Professional Development clinic
1 Clinic | 2 days
The primary focus of the Crossing Cultures Professional Development clinic is cultural connectedness, inclusion, and awareness within the working team so that participants begin to develop a deeper understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and elements. Each session is a culturally safe space for all involved and aims to raise awareness and promote healthy relationships while supporting reconciliation and inclusiveness.
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Introducing Lalania Tusa – Burrumunji
Kuku Yalanji Traditional Owner and Descendant
Lalania Tusa is a contemporary Aboriginal Artist of the
Kuku Yalanji Tribe in the rainforest of Far North
Queensland. Growing up on Kuku Yalanji country
Lalania has always felt a strong connection to the land
and enjoys translating traditional customs and
knowledge through a variety of techniques and art
Many of Lalania’s works are direct translations of
dreamtime stories passed down through the long line of
generations who have received special tools and
training from her ties to land and country.
Lalania’s intention is to immerse herself and other souls
in the sensitive space of cultural knowledge, awareness,
appreciation and connection to land and sea in order to
create a better understanding of First Nations cultural
All proceeds of the Artwork sold goes directly to
community and First Nations descendants.’
About the location:
This workshop will be hosted at the EATA headquarters in Tallebudgera Valley QLD. Located approximately 15 minutes from Exit 89 off the M1, EATA is a stunning hill side property overlooking the beautiful valley.
Please wear comfortable clothing that you can move in.
Closed toe shoes, and a hat as we will be spending time outdoors.
To attend the training you need to be a qualified therapist or be training in this field.