Rob van der Touw: All dis-ease is from lack of connection and his work here is to help turn this around

Interviewed by

Liz Gunn

Rob van der Touw: All dis-ease is from lack of connection and his work here is to help turn this around

Rob van der Touw is a Dutch-born Kiwi Renaissance man. He has studied human psychology through his training as a classical homeopath, he has been a yoga teacher and a lecturer at homeopathic colleges.

He has lived in the New Zealand bush and studied the wairua, the spirit, of the plants of Aoteoroa, he has taught and tested New Zealand bush medicines, he has created beautiful art based on the plants of our bush so that the pictures and splashbacks he produces will positively affect the energy and resonance of the homes and offices in which they are installed.

He writes books and songs and musicals based on those same healing resonances, and his passion is to help young and old have a sense of belonging to each other and to Mother Earth, our Papatuanuku, our Source.

He believes that all dis-ease is from lack of connection and his work here is to help turn that around.

For any information about his homeopathic practise, bush walks, art and designs contact:

09 2835214
vandertouwrobert[at]gmail.com
Website: Vandertouwdesign.co.nz

He is available for homeopathy on his Facebook page: The Homeopath
And my personal facebook page: Robert van der Touw

His art and design is available in postcards, bookmarks, art cards, t-shirts etc on: artandsoulnz.com

His nature retreat place is open for visitors and guests on personal arrangement (guided bush walks, homeopathic consultation):

26 Kahikatoa Rd, Umawera, Okaihau
Northland 0476

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Liz Gunn

Liz Gunn

Liz Gunn has worked as a lawyer, a teacher , a broadcaster (ten years with TVNZ and with RNZ National) and as a full time mum.

As a professional communicator with the learning from parenting and marriage disappointment, Liz has repatriated with the express intention of contributing to a kinder, more connected New Zealand society.

Liz sees the wider power of the female being akin to a fine red wine; better with age and maturation. With much to offer from the rich soils of life’s sometimes harsh lessons.

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