“I welcome my Ancestors here today,
and I greet and welcome yours here too”
For as long as I can remember I have always been sensitive to and aware of the impact of my grandmothers and grandfathers lives on my own life. Acutely aware of the emotional, as well as the physical DNA that I have inherited. Because of the shadows within my family I have always been driven towards the light. My introduction to Constellation work was a true home-coming for me and a bringing together of all my previous trainings and skills.
Living and working in New Zealand; which is a young, colonised and blended country; the recurring theme for me is one of ‘wounded warriors and unsettled settlers’. Most Māori have settler blood in them, and a lot of us settlers have Māori blood in us.
Walking the knowing field and working the mystery of the multi-dimensions through our ancestral lines, to free souls from struggle, to release the shame and abuse of our past, is a joy to me. A joy and a passion.
"Erin lives in a secluded and beautiful piece of paradise, overlooking the Pacific Ocean, in the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand. Most of her individual work is done over Skype, and she travels the country to run workshops, and now Systemic Constellation Facilitator Foundation Training.
Erin has been a yoga and meditation teacher for over 20 years, and has training and vast experience in helping people work through resistance and trauma in their physical, mental and emotional bodies. No shadow is too dark for her and her clarity.
She is also a member of Nga Tohunga O Te Moana A Toi (the healers of the Bay of Plenty), which is a diverse group who travel and teach under the umbrella of Ngati Awa. The goal is to support local communities into training their own healers and eventually holding their own healing meetings.
Last year Erin completed tertiary study and gained a Graduate Diploma in Professional Bi-cultural Supervision. It was an opportunity to talk about and write to the Constellation Therapy. This gave Erin an opportunity to create her own model of practise, called ‘The Four Directions’ which is visually represented by a Celtic Shield Knot which symbolises protection of family. Her opening greeting comes from this."
| Kia ora Erin Well its been coming up a week since I was at your workshop and the experience keeps resonating and deepening.|
I am noticing my mahi not just touched by the work
but is weaving a thread right through. Josie