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(Nyini Woka  means 'my country' in Yorta Yorta language)

Allara - Wayapa Wuurrk Practitioner

Wayapa Wuurrk, is an Earth connection practice used to reconnect the disconnected and promote holistic health. 

Practicioner Allara delivers a unique Wayapa experience for anyone wanting to become more connected

to the Earth. Sharing stories about her connection to country, she gives advice for others on how to take care

of the earth, inherently healing both country and ourselves.

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A holistic life style based on caring for Mother Earth

Allara has been a certified and practicing Wayapa Wuurrk-er since the inaugural diploma intake in 2016.

Wayapa Wuurrk means Connect Country - in Gunditjmara and Gunnai Kurnai language.

Allara's  practice is about creating a lifestyle, based on core values of looking after Mother Earth

as a starting point for healing ourselves.

The physical modality  of Wayapa incorporates 14 earthly elements, deep breathing, deep listening

and narrative meditation, all helping us re-connect with the earth.

Wayapa Wuurrk website (official)

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If you are interested in having a Wayapa program at your organisation/school/company,

please send us an email or subscribe to our website, Facebook page or Instagram to stay updated.








Includes a presentation and taste of Wayapa modality

Perfect for individuals and groups such as community, government and corporate organisations as well as schools.

Free Introductory Session

6-8 pm Wednesday 23rd January

Book here

$15 Introductory Session

6-8 Wednesday 6th February

Book here

All sessions are held at - 

Alisha's Cafe Collective

313 Lygon St, Brunswick East

A full day of Wayapa workshops

and yarns

Wayapa Wuurrk is based on the Indigenous  knowledge of sitting with nature and being at 'one' with it, understanding the connectivity of everything.


This full day workshop will involve a deep look at each of the 14 elements and include , a special guest speaker, a delicious lunch and finish with a short music performance.

Full Day Immersion Workshop

10am-4pm Sunday 17th March

Book here

Venue - 

Alisha's Cafe Collective

313 Lygon St, Brunswick East

Spend Sunday afternoon for 4 weeks reconnecting

This 4 week program delves even deeper into each Wayapa element, challenging each participant to think deeply about each one.

Every week will include the physical practice and/or narrative meditation.

Advice will be offered for people wanting to live the Wayapa Lifestyle. 


The option to sit and eat together afterwards is also available.

4 Week Wayapa Program

Week 1 - 2-5pm 24th March

Week 2 - 2-4pm 31st March

Week 3 - 2-4pm 7th April

Week 4 - 2-4pm 14th April

Book here


Venue - 

Alisha's Cafe Collective

313 Lygon St, Brunswick East

“We walk in the footsteps of a thousand generations…what sort of world are we leaving for the next generations?

Aboriginal people have always known that the earth does not belong to us, we belong to it … we need to re-balance this world by connecting back into it, so that we can energise it and in return.  It will energise and sustain us.”

Jamie Marloo Thomas

Co-Founder and Executive Director of Wayapa® Wuurrk Pty Ltd




Melbourne VIC, Australia

Sue - 0402 047 897

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