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'''The Barefoot Bodyworker'''  - which offers a variety of basic bodywork ''for free''.  Massage, Tantsu, aquatherapy, Tantric massage, sound massage, body scrubs, cuddle workshops, cups of tea, etc.
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'''Wild Ways (Aotearoa)''' - helping people to reconnect with nature and with themselves.  We ask only a Koha (donation) for fuel costs.
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In the aftermath of the 22 February, 2011 earthquake I was amazed by, appreciated and enjoyed the massive scale sharing by people on the devastated east side of the city. With no electricity, water, supermarkets, sewer, buses, jobs, etc (for at least 2 weeks) people shaken out of their routine lives had the time and inclination to share - sharing time, talk, labour, water, food, love, cups of tea. Despite the death and destruction it was a wonderful time.  
 
In the aftermath of the 22 February, 2011 earthquake I was amazed by, appreciated and enjoyed the massive scale sharing by people on the devastated east side of the city. With no electricity, water, supermarkets, sewer, buses, jobs, etc (for at least 2 weeks) people shaken out of their routine lives had the time and inclination to share - sharing time, talk, labour, water, food, love, cups of tea. Despite the death and destruction it was a wonderful time.  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 10:47, 10 January 2015

Kev from North Beach, Christchurch, New Zealand / Aotearoa

Sharing is good.

I operate:

The Barefoot Bodyworker - which offers a variety of basic bodywork for free. Massage, Tantsu, aquatherapy, Tantric massage, sound massage, body scrubs, cuddle workshops, cups of tea, etc.

Wild Ways (Aotearoa) - helping people to reconnect with nature and with themselves. We ask only a Koha (donation) for fuel costs.


In the aftermath of the 22 February, 2011 earthquake I was amazed by, appreciated and enjoyed the massive scale sharing by people on the devastated east side of the city. With no electricity, water, supermarkets, sewer, buses, jobs, etc (for at least 2 weeks) people shaken out of their routine lives had the time and inclination to share - sharing time, talk, labour, water, food, love, cups of tea. Despite the death and destruction it was a wonderful time.