Meet the Presenters
Inka Antaurko, a spiritual Leader from Peru, South America, has the vision to bring the human family together to honour the sacredness of life, nourishing hearts for an Awakening of Universal Consciousness. In 2016, Antaurko initiated the annual Inti Muju Tinkuy International Gathering of Ancestral Wisdom Keepers from the Four Directions of the World in Peru. Antaurko founded Wasy Kamaq, Inka Spiritual Knowledge Centre in the indigenous community, Pampas Lampas, for the Tawantinsuyo communities and the world.
Tara serves India Heritage Research Foundation - Canada as a Project Coordinator for Spirituality, Culture & Interfaith Harmony. In this capacity, Tara represents the Wisdom of Sanatan Dharma commonly known as Hinduism at interfaith events locally, nationally and internationally. Tara is also an International Speaker and Workshop Facilitator, Certified Chakradance™ Facilitator, Spiritual Life Coach and Writer guiding individuals to transform their inner turmoil and challenges to enlightened possibilities.
Natalie Reimer Anderson
Natalie Reimer Anderson is a Self-love Empowerment Coach and Motivational Speaker known for her inspirational personal story of healing her autoimmune condition though the power of self-love.
Her holistic approach in her signature coaching system- The Cell to Soul Self-Love Solution- serves to remove limiting-beliefs about our self-worth, draw clear boundaries to reclaim self- sovereignty, consciously create your life through the power of choice and support the body to optimal health through cellular nutrition.
Darlene Tataryn PhD
Darlene is a long time Meditation instructor and Counsellor with a PhD in Expressive Therapy. Her teachings come from working deeply with somatic healing, dance therapy, movement, meditation and other mystical practises. Darlene is a Zen Priest - offering the wisdom to be able to navigate between the disciplines of meditation and therapy. Darlene is steeped in the understanding of the interconnection and interdependence of all nature.
Hailing from Hong Kong, Phoebe has been playing taiko (Japanese drumming) since 1989. A founding member of taiko group Fubuki Daiko, world-music ensembles SAND and Just Drummin’, she is considered to be a pioneer in expanding the arts vocabulary of Manitoba.
A passionate percussion enthusiast, singer/chanter, and taiko educator. Phoebe is a sought after performer for ceremonies and events in the Chinese, Japanese, as well as MB's and BC's First Nations communities.