Yidaki (Didgeridoo) led Meditation

Mornington Peninsula, Victoria

Lionel Lauch is a Gunditjamara (Kirrae Whurrong/Djab Whurrong) Bundjalung man residing on Boon Wurrung Country on the Mornington Peninsula.

Lionel is a skilled and practiced healer, versed in the ancient Aboriginal custom of healing. He uses possibly the world’s oldest known musical instrument, the Yidaki (or didgeridoo), developed by the Yolngu people of Eastern Arnhem land Australia who hold the Songline of this ancient instrument.

Traditionally played as an accompaniment to ceremonial dancing and singing and for solo or recreational purposes, the Yidaki is a wind instrument that produces low frequency sound that we can hear and actual vibrations that we can feel. Due to its powerful sound vibrations, the Yidaki can help listeners enter deep states of relaxation or trance, opening the way for remarkable sound healing that can offer great therapeutic benefits.

During Lionel’s sessions you are immersed in the rhythmic primal sounds of the Yidaki as it moves through your muscles and organs, grounding you in the land and moment as the frequencies and vibrations flow through your body, connecting you to the earth and creating a space for powerful healing to take place.

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  • Initial consultation to discuss specific areas for healing.
  • 1 hour Yidaki meditation session plus walking time.

Making a difference

  • Living Culture is passionate about the preservation of Cultural practices, amplifying First Nations voices, and self determination.
  • They provide educational programs to a wide range of stakeholders with a focus on indigenous planting, propagation and land management.
  • Living Culture offer a friendly doorway for all to engage with First Nations Culture, Customs, People and practices.

A word from your host

Lionel – Founder
“Walk, dance and sing with us and we invite you to see and connect to Country through our eyes.”

Getting there

This experience is held on Bunurong Country.
The Mornington Peninsula is less than 90 minutes from Melbourne. Sessions are held on the Southern end of the Mornington Peninsula. The address is provided on booking.


From AU $600 for group sessions.

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