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 Fields of Healing          24 & 25 November 2018                                                    
GLOBAL ELDERS, MUSICIANS AND PRESENTERS                                                                                                                                          

A FAMILY FRIENDLY GATHERING AT NORTH BYRON PARKLANDS

Fields of Healing is a not-for-profit, drug and alcohol free community gathering for all ages. Co-hosted by Minyungbal Yugambeh songman Magpie Yerrubilgin, it is being intentionally designed as a unique opportunity for intercultural, ecological and personal healing.















Guided by Minyungbal Yugambeh songman Magpie Yerrubilgin, Fields of Healing will welcome legendary Eskimo-Kalaallit Elder Angaangaq Angakkorsuaq from Greenland, Hereditary Dakota Chief and Global Unity Activist Chief Phil Lane Jr, Maori wisdom keeper Louis Te Kouarehua Kereopa, as well as Dr. Mindahi Bastida, Director for the Original Caretakers Program at the Centre for Earth Ethics.
Featured musicians include GRAMMY® Nominated afro roots star and UN Goodwill Ambassador Rocky Dawuni, Zimbabwean multi-instrumentalist Tichawona Noble Mashawa, angelic vocalist Kristin Hoffmann with Premik Russell Tubbs, plus Indigenous roots musician Dane Kennedy, Irish/Aussie songwriter Aine Tyrell, soulful Indigenous singer Keely Eggmolesse, and local didgeridoo legend Si Mullumby, and more...


  • Uncle Angaangaq Angakkorsuaq (Greenland)
  • Rocky Dawuni (Ghana/UN Goodwill Ambassador)
  • Chief Phil Lane Jr. (USA)
  • Dr. Mindahi Bastida (Mexico)
  • Louis Te Kouarehua Kereopa (NZ)
  • Ambassador Mussie Hailu (Ethiopia)
  • Ambassador Anil Trigunayat (India)
  • Kristin Hoffmann (USA)
  • Premik Russell Tubbs (USA)
  • Lixin Chen (China)
  • Darcy Demas (USA)
  • Ykson (New Caledonia)
  • Sunil Chauhan (India)
  • Tichawona Noble Mashawa (Zimbabwe)

Fields of Healing is a not-for-profit, drug and alcohol free community gathering for all ages. Co-hosted by Minyungbal Yugambeh songman Magpie Yerrubilgin, it is being intentionally designed as a unique opportunity for intercultural, ecological and personal healing.

North Byron Parklands is a stunningly beautiful 660-acre cultural arts and music events venue 20 minutes from Byron Bay. The two-day event is designed as both a “gathering” and a “retreat” offering an intimate experience capped at 1,500 people to ensure intimacy of attendees and delegates.

ANNIVERSARY OF THE RETURN OF MUNGO MAN
Fields of Healing will commemorate the one-year anniversary of the Return to Country of Mungo Man, a profound moment when the ancient remains of a 42,000 year old human ancestor were returned to his country in the Willandra Lakes Region of NSW. 
Representatives of the three Indigenous groups associated with Lake Mungo will make the pilgrimage to the event, continuing the important journey of this Ancestral Spirit.

HEALING VILLAGE & WORKSHOPS FOR ALL AGES
Fields of Healing will feature an exciting host of healing workshops and activities, as well as Healing Pods with massage, kinesiology and other practitioners offering free sessions on Saturday and paid sessions on Sunday.
Workshops and activities include…
* Yoga
* Breathwork
* Nia Dance
* Chakra Balancing
* Goddess Workshop
* Sound Healing
* Walking Journeys
* Singing Workshop
* Drumming Workshop
* Yoga for Kids
* Uncle Time for Kids
* Mindful Meditation for Kids
* Dakota Dancing for Kids

TICKETS & EVENT INFORMATION
Tickets are available via the links in this Facebook event or at www.fieldsofhealing.com.au
$207 – FESTIVAL PASS (Adult)
$165 – FESTIVAL PASS (Senior/Student)




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