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A recipe for love & miracles

Take one spiritual wild child – mix well with an inventive sense of humour, awesome wonder, stories of near death and angels, add a dash of spirit, a dollop of energy and an infusion of colour. A walk on the ‘real’ side of spirituality - explanations for everyday people (and not so everyday people) from an ex-sceptic who now lives in the realm of miracles. Would you like one? Wildchild, Visionary, Free Hugger, Mystic, Writer, Speaker, Teacher, Loving Guide, Healer & Miracleworker, Deb Wharfe creates a life of miracles and wonder for the people around her.
Deb’s healing is powerful, transformational, simple, logical, and so amazing that to describe it in words would make it look like an unbelievable tabloid news advertisement.
“I bring you back to the heart of who you are. A self you haven’t even met before. Life is simpler than you imagine. And magic is in a click of your fingers.”
Working with energy, light, colour, faith and grace in the body/mind field and weaving the story of spirit to humanity in simple terms, Deb is an experience in herself. Her life experience has taken her from the doormat to the magic carpet and it will transform you. This evening ‘flight’ with Deb will leave you intrigued, inspired, uplifted, refreshed, renewed and probably walking more upright…
Even better - she will teach you how to do it for yourself. How amazing would that be?
Deb Wharfe is called ‘The Miracle Lady’ by many. She works internationally and locally and her Auckland base is The Devonport Health Store.

NZ Residents: Join the DeLightScope – a Monday morning message of bliss for your week. It’s free! Just text your name to 021 726 276 to register.  See Deb on Facebook, Twitter, Skype & YouTube and on her website – 

Chris James - Discover Your Natural Voice
Acclaimed international voice teacher, singer and musician Chris James, is returning to Auckland bringing his inspirational voice and expression sound work. “Everyone is born with a beautiful voice,” Chris says. Discovering the beauty of your natural voice – speaking and singing – is fun, fulfilling and not as tricky as it may seem to some.
Renowned in the field of voice and sound Chris has inspired many from all walks of life at conferences, seminars, in schools, colleges and the corporate workplace for over 20 years, with the benefits of experiencing the joy and harmony of their voice, and the power of self expression. A vibrant and inspirational presenter, Chris teaches with ease and humour and is known for his ability to unite audiences of thousands and also facilitate intimate groups.

So what is our ‘natural voice’?
What concepts do we have around our expression? Uncertainty about how to express ourselves and be heard is a major stressor in the workplace and everyday life. How does this impact on our body and influence the way we relate to others? Through the wonderful medium of the voice it is possible, as we develop self-awareness, self-empowerment and confidence, to uncover the unique qualities and skills that we as individuals, have to offer – and we can have fun doing it!

English language made easy

English Language Partners (ELP) North Shore is a not-for-profit incorporated society that provides English language and social support to adult migrants and refugees to assist them with their resettlement in New Zealand. The vision is that migrants and refugees have the opportunity to learn English, to pursue aspirations for themselves and their families, and to participate in all aspects of life in Aotearoa New Zealand.

EPL offers One-to-one ESOL Home Tutoring programmes with trained volunteers and English Language Groups in many areas of the North Shore with new classes planned for 2013 in Takapuna, Albany and Warkworth. English classes for Job Seekers, English for Employees and English for Migrants are taught, with other programmes available (e.g. pronunciation class, IELTS preparation). A volunteer tutor training course, which is NZQA approved (Certificate in ESOL Home Tutoring) covers cross-cultural awareness, adults as language learners and aspects of current TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) approaches to language learning. No prior teaching experiences/qualifications required.

Visit our website for further details:
Phone: 489 2078 Email:

Drama, comedy, music, magic and dance!
Open 8:30am - 4pm, Monday - Friday
School Road,
Belmont, North Shore
Ph: (09) 445 9900
Fax: (09) 445 6606


by Channel Editorial