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- Mahara McKay -

"From an early age, my passion for truth, love and freedom has motivated me to explore spirituality, sexuality, tantra, and shamanism. I provide sacred spaces to support individuals to connect to their instinctual wisdom, power, freedom and love, integrating the forgotten and repressed aspects of their being.


My fire and remembered wisdom from my Maori roots, my determination and discipline from my Swiss roots and my immense devotion to the Great Love, will lead you into a journey full of depth, wildness, liberation, and celebration for the Soul.

My purpose is to be in service for the greater good. I look forward to sharing my love and medicine with you."

 MAHARA MCKAY

Mahara McKay (1981)  was born and raised in New Zealand, by a Swiss mother and a Maori father, from the Ngati Toa tribe, the same tribe of the legendary warrior Te Rauparaha (who composed the Haka "Kamate").

Even as a little girl, Mahara was called an "old soul" by her elders. Her great-grandmother was a respected priestess, a healer, and her father's brother was adopted by the Lakota, a Native American tribe. So it was no surprise that Mahara found her calling during her early thirties traveling the world.

During the years she lived in Switzerland, she lost touch with her spiritual roots, but when she left Switzerland for India, she found her way back to the source. Since then, she has been traveling the world, holding spaces for people to heal themselves through Tantric and Shamanic Arts.

 

Her gift is to help people transform heaviness into lightness, letting go of fears and inviting trust and love, cultivating sacred sexuality that is meaningful, healthy and healing, going through life with an open heart authentically and honestly, learning from nature, and always finding the way back to stillness, back to Source. 

Mahara's transformative group seminars, where people can honestly meet themselves and others in their true greatness, have been highly regarded by many people.

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