Ruth Langford


With a diverse background in culture/arts/environmental/ social justice/ youth work and Indigenous Medicines Therapy, Ruth Langford divides her time into endeavors that reflect her passion for uniting ancient traditions and modern innovation in order to promote caring for that which sustains and invigorates life.

Ruth draws upon the cultural knowledge of her Yorta Yorta mother and the Aboriginal Community of Tasmania where she was born and continues to live. Engaging with and inspiring people to build personal relationships which encourage social cohesion and protection of Country is a life long passion of hers.

Combining over twenty years traveling the world sitting with Indigenous Healers, Elders and World Wisdom Teachers, Ruth Langford’s vision is to connect people to the ecological and spiritual understanding of ancient wisdoms supported by modern scientific knowledge delivered in a relevant context.

Establishing Nayri Niara, a Centre for the Arts of Healing, Ruth has gained a reputation as a capable facilitator and coordinator of effective therapeutic programs, which have as their guiding principles, Connection to Country, Culture and to the Sacred.


Qualifications

  • Certified Holotropic Breathwork Facilitator since 2010 – Grof Transpersonal Training
  • Currently completing Master of Indigenous Health, UOW
  • Trauma Informed Practice for Adult Survivors of Sexual Abuse – ASCA
Ruth Langford

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February Melbourne Breathwork Workshop

Feb 28, 2020

February Melbourne Breathwork Workshop


We invite you to participate in this Friday night and All day Saturday day workshop in Melbourne on the 28th and 29th February, 2020. The workshop includes a friday evening opening circle from 7:30 - 9:30pm plus a full saturday of breathwork from 8:45 to 7:30pm. This is an experiential workshop where each participant will have the opportunity to experience Holotropic Breathwork as both a sitter and a breather.

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Location

Tasmania