Jarmbi is a regional custodian of the Northern Rivers on the east coast of Australia. Through his own journey of healing and deep connection with culture and spirit, Jarmbi guides people to the natural wisdom of who they are through culturally informed trauma healing, ceremony, earth connection and social activism. His teaching is a way of being and knowing that is grounded, connected and engaged.
Deeply committed to community activism and connection to wisdom, he works with both indigenous and non-indigenous communities, focusing on the intersecting issues of sovereignty, environment, human rights and trauma healing. He has also shared his work internationally through talks, workshops and ceremony.
As a We Al-li facilitator, Jarmbi carries the work of culturally informed trauma-integrated healing with integrity and embodied experience.
An avid free diver, he is currently working on a local community initiative, Yerabalnyabay, connecting people with the ocean, environmental activism and trauma healing