Kia ora and welcome to Whānau Mārama System Mapping

"When community heals community,

whānau ora is realised."

Erin Lewis

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     Ko Onekawa te maunga te rū nei tāku ngākau. Ko Waiotahe te awa e       mahea nei aku māharahara. Ko Te Moana-nui-ā-Kiwa tōku moana.

  No Ōhiwa ahau. Ko Celt tōku iwi. Ko Scots me Irish ōku hapū. Ko   Hakarimata tōku maunga. Ko Waikato tōku awa. Ko Erin Lewis ahau.

I am Erin Lewis, I was born and raised in the Waikato.  I now live in the Eastern Bay of Plenty, and I call this beautiful region home.  My whakapapa stretches back to the settlement days here in Aotearoa, and before that to Ireland, on both sides of my father’s line, and the male side of my mother’s. My mother’s mother was born in Scotland, and so there is a thread of Scots in me too. 


My life’s work has been as a yoga and meditation teacher, TRE Trauma Release Exercise Facilitator, author of The Love Revolution, and a

Systemic Constellation facilitator and trainer. All of these occupations

come from a desire to help people remove blocks and to clear resistance that stands between them and love, for them personally, and within their families and communities.

Graduate Diploma in Professional Bi-cultural Supervision, Kaitiakitanga

and the creation of the model of practise 'Te Pouwhiringa".

Parehuia Mafi








Titiro whakarunga ki ngā maunga whakahi o Mãkeo ki te Whakatōhea, Maunga Taniwha ki Ngāpuhi me Maunga Pōhatu ki Tūhoe e haumaru nei ia tātau. Ki Ōpōtiki Te Whakatōhea ko Waiaua, Ki Mangamuka Ngāpuhi-nui-tonu ko Tāpapa, ki Te Urewera Ngai Tūhoe ko Ohinemataroa ngā wai pupuri mauri a ō tātou mātua tīpuna.  Ko Nukutere, Ngatokimatawhaorua me Mataatua ngā waka.  Anei ahau ko  Parehuia Mafi.

My name is Parehuia Mafi I live upon my tūrangawaewae or ancestral lands in the rohe (region) of Mataatua in the Eastern Bay of Plenty, Aotearoa NZ.  I have spent over 20 years working within tribal communities and the government sector.  This kaupapa (Collective Cause) has evolved from my own whānau, hapū and iwi (tribal) experience of healing from trauma as the child of our countries ‘stolen’ generation and colonisation.  This work is transformational and as my father would say it is just ‘user friendly’.  It’s an honour to share ‘a way’ to support whanau, community and humanity to thrive.  

PG Cert Health Sciences Auckland University, Dip Social Work, Co-existing Disorders, TKAA Indigenous Education and Training

Kaiako-a-Kaupapa and Practitioner


About Us


"When community heals community, whānau ora is realised"

© 2021 Whānau Mārama System Mapping


We would like to acknowledge the work of our co-founders, our Kuia Nanny (late) Jozie Karanga, and whānau for their pioneering work to bring Systemic Constellations developed over 30 years ago by Bert Hellinger, to Aotearoa.

Our story is about sisters, mothers, tāne and wāhine reaching out and coming together to liberate ourselves from our intergernerational mamae (trauma) and release our individual and collective potential.

Our collective wisdoms, knowledge, practices and constellation experience within Aotearoa and the world has culminated in the creation of this innovative movement we have named Whānau Mārama System Mapping (c).

This is invaluable knowledge as the Whānau Mārama process is somatic, and processed through the body and its stored cellular memories. It is also a powerful tool for releasing intergenerational trauma safely and swiftly.

‘Whāinga te kawa hei tikanga whaiora’

Understanding the principles of well-being to create life giving daily practices

Whānau Mārama System Mapping has an online Zoom space and workshops are held across Aotearoa, we also offer Whānau Mārama System Mapping Practitioner Training.

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We are also proud to present an amazing resource 'The Love Revolution' authored by Erin which is an important tool for those seeking healing and clarity



Erin Lewis as a facilitator is compassionate, caring and wholly supportive of your unique journey. She guides you through the emotional experience with understanding and her wholehearted support, and she even manages to find laughter to lighten the load. 

She is someone who has walked the path herself and uses that knowledge and empathy to help you along yours.



“We welcome our ancestors here today, and we greet and welcome yours here too.”