Timoti Huia Bramley
Polynesian Maori Ngati Tuwharetoa, Ngati Whakaue, Ngati Mahuta, Celt, Italian, Romani Gypsy
Timoti was born in Rotorua overlooking his ancestral village of Ohinemutu.
Following in the footsteps of his grandmothers who practiced Romi Romi and Miri Miri in the village, he is humbled to be sharing this precious ancient healing practice alongside cousin Wiki around the world.
Timoti works on traditional cultural healing, recovery and re-emergence projects in New Zealand, Hawaii and throughout Europe, the U.K and the United States. He is a cultural advisor and practitioner for the Worldwide Indigenous Science Network (WISN) and is working on cultural recovery and singing and sound Archaeoacoustic projects in the Cro-Magnon man Palaeolithic caves of France.
Alongside his colleagues he facilitates indigenous dreamwork and has serves as faculty at Wisdom University’s Chartres Cathedral Mystery School alongside Apela Colorado, Andrew Harvey and Caroline Myss.
Timoti is deeply grateful to have found his devotion to mother earth and to be sharing in the great task of healing and wholeness, mauri kit e mauri, life essence to life essence.
Wikitoria and Timoti work together and are hosting some of their Maori Healing Workshops in Perth, Western Australia at The Sound Temple.