Sandy Barber is a Dja Daj Wurrung/Yorta Yorta woman and part of the stolen generation.
Sandy worked in the fitness area for over 20 years, had a break and changed direction in career but is now back in the industry to support people through movement to return to their roots through the Wayapa Wuurrk practices.
Sandy has previously managed a gym in Palm Beach Queensland, has run exercise classes with the elderly and children. Sandy has coached year 1-10 students to participate in inter school aerobic competitions, she has participated in aerobics competitions herself. Sandy has been a personal trainer and loves to see people reach their goals and learn how to take care of her.
Wayapa Wuurrk is a wonderful modality, bringing culture, mindfulness and movement all together to bring us back to connecting with all the elements that keep us sustained on this earth. By practicing this wonderful modality, we can all be more connected to mother earth.
Sandy loves working with children and loves to see them grow into the people their born to be. She believes that building Wayapa Wuurrk into their lives is a very positive step to having children growing up into connected adults with a love for mother nature and with a desire to look after her.