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rongoā | mauri | mirimiri

Joanne is a Rongoā Māori healer and has been healing for nearly 20 years.


She works with traditional plant medicine and draws upon the ancient traditions and life-force of the ngahere to facilitate healing. ​

If you have an ACC Claim please notify us to make your initial booking. 

Private sessions cost $125. To make a booking please contact Joanne

We are currently offering services in West Auckland, Levin and Ōtaki.

Katrina Campbell is a Rongoā Māori healer and works alongside me at our West Auckland clinic.

Whetumarama Walker and Tania Barnes are our Rongoā Māori healers in Levin and Ōtaki. They are wonderful healers and I am proud to work alongside them.

To learn more about our Rongoā Māori healers please click on the links below.

We also provide remote healing which is delivered online via zoom.

Applying salt scrub to remove toxins.jpg
A top view image of a glass jar filled with dried dandelion flowers used in making homemad


Rongoā is sensing. It’s using all of the senses to be able to bring balance into not only the individual but whanau (family) and the wider community that surrounds them. Rongoā is about maintaining balance, knowing and sensing when there is an imbalance in the body, mind and spirit and also within the whanau.

Detoxing the body with rongoā
removes energy blockages in the body.
Your hinengaro has more clarity,
your wairua is clear
to support you in creating new pathways.

This is UKU.
A rongoā created with NZ clay and ngā rau
specifically for removing toxins, soothing ulcers.

Applying rongoā poultice to the puku
Uku poultice on the body to detox

Black Clay Poultice

I use this product in my Whare Hauora as a rongoā to draw toxins from the body. When I am using as a rongoā paste for areas of concern, I will use a larger amount depending on the size of the area.


I have added native plant medicines of Kawakawa and Koromiko which have powerful pulling and drawing properties when used as a poultice or paste.

How I work as a Kairongoā
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