KRMC Deadly Moves Dance Group performs at the Murama Healing Space
Monday 3rd June, 2019
Last weekend KRMC's Deadly Moves Dance Group performed at the opening of the new Murama Healing Space, as part of a showcase of visual art across a diverse range of media responding to the theme of belonging to country, kinship with community and the power of place. The healing space is open to all and there will be hourly guided tours of the Wangal Walk (which is part of the healing space) for the next two weekends.
KRMC Deadly Moves is sponsored by Kildare Road Medical Centre and is a traditional dance group targeting students 7 – 17 years old. It aims to help children connect to their health through cultural song and dance. It is also targeted at reducing social isolation and to provide a place where families can spend time together in a culturally safe environment. The program is focused on encouraging participation and building spiritual strength in each individual who participates in the program. The Group is free to join and meets in Doonside every Monday afternoon during term time.
For more information contact Aboriginal Health Support Worker, Dolie Ufi: email@example.com
NOW OPEN! KRMC Outreach Clinic at Yenu Allowah Aboriginal Child & Family Centre, Mount Druitt
ONGOING: KRMC Outreach Clinic at Ngallu Wal Aboriginal Child & Family Centre, Doonside
Reconciliation Action Plan
We are very excited to announce that KRMC's Reconciliation Action Plan, 'Reflect', was endorsed by Reconciliation Australia in December 2018.
KRMC Aboriginal Clinical Support Worker, Dolie Ufi, speaking to students at Kingswood TAFE.