The Seasonal Cultural Storytelling Global Webinars

6 Seasons Seminar Series

Recreating Song Lines and Healing trails through Indigenous Healing Practices.

Held on the seasonal full moon of each month, will connect people virtually via ZOOM webinars from around the world to engage in an innovative, breathtaking and inspiring journey through the Cultural seasons.

(Jali Local Aboriginal Land Council (2017) Ngunya Jargoon Cultural Calendar).




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Session 1 – Coming Out Season

Monday 26th of July
Full Moon – July 24, 2021

The Coming Out season is a drying out time with strong winds. This session will focus on finding and telling our stories through a truth telling process. Communal parenting and working with children and young people including the impact of family violence and sexual assault will be discussed focusing on Family Recovery.  Buy tickets here.

Session 2 – Season of Heath Flowers

Thursday 21st of October
The Season of the Heath Flowers is the driest season with north winds coming in. It is also the start of the bushfire season. This session will focus on making sense of our stories. Concepts of intergenerational trauma flowing through to intergenerational healing will be unpacked. Buy tickets here.

Session 3 – Season of Thunderstorms

Sunday 19th of December
The Season of the Thunderstorm’s heralds in warmer weather and increased temperatures. This session focuses on moving through the layers of loss and grief and explores addictions, violence and spirituality. Buy tickets here.

Session 4 – Season of Flowering Bloodwoods

Tuesday 18th of January
The Season of the flowering Bloodwood is bushfire season. This session will focus on truth telling and managing conflicts through an Indigenous process called the Prun flowing through to Men  and Women’s Healing business. Buy tickets here.

Session 5 – Season of Mullet
Thursday 17th of February
The Season of the Mullet is a cooling time with light rains and new growth. This session will talk about the importance of creating cultural safety through deep listening introducing Dadirri and recreating the circle of wellbeing. Buy tickets here.

Session 6 – Season of Banksia Flowers
Tuesday 14th of June 2022
The Season of the Banksia Flowers is a cold time, a time of reflection. This session will begin the process of finding our relatedness stories and revitalization of our communities of care and practice through Indigenous Healing Methods. Buy tickets here.

Information about the Artwork:

Wild Berry Dreaming was produced by Kahlia Wayne, a Warlpiri artist, through the Kunga Stopping Violence Program of Alice Springs. The story in the artwork expresses Kahlia’s journey back to wellness, through the nurturing healing benefits of the of Wild Berries – Bush Plums.