Connecting with our culture can really support our hauora and wellbeing. Here we celebrate te ao Māori with a focus on the traditional practices that support our wellbeing – from karakia and rongoa, to activities that connect us with our whānau, iwi and whakapapa.
Te Reo is an essential expression of Māori culture and identity, and an important contributor to wellbeing, as is learning stuff and trying new things! View Article.
Discover Ōtautahi's amazing Māori healers, well-being practitioners and whānau services, with the help of this new directory. View Article.
Aaron Hapuku celebrates being Māori through an ancient weaponry practice. View Article.
Aroha mai, aroha atu. Get easy tips on strengthening and enjoying your whānau. View Article.
Kia ora tātou! These activities are all about connecting with our whānau and culture. There's something for everyone from helping your kids learn their pepehā, to having fun with waiata, tauhokohoko and games like tū kōhatu. View Tool.
Order a printed copy of Te Rātaka o te Marama featuring the Whānau-a-Āpanui moon phases – or download your own. View Free Resource.
These resources feature the Five Ways To Wellbeing – the simple actions that can help keep us well, boost our outlook, and help us build handy 'buffers' so we’re able to adapt more quickly. View Free Resource.
Portraits of people talking about how Te Reo Māori supports their wellbeing. The concertina also features the Five Ways to Wellbeing in Te Reo Māori. View Free Resource.
Portraits of kapa haka practitioners reflecting on the part that kapa haka plays in enhancing their wellbeing. The concertina also features the Five Ways to Wellbeing in Te Reo Māori. View Free Resource.
The new year celebration of Matariki comes at the end of the harvest season, when kai stores are plentiful, a time of togetherness and reflection. View Free Resource.
Translated into many languages, these poster and postcard sets remind us that we are not alone. There are lots of things we can do to work through life's ups and downs. Each set contains our ten He Waka Eke Noa artworks and is available throughout New Zealand. View Free Resource.