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Mānawatia a Matariki te tau hou Māori - with Tuihana Ohia

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Hauora WEBINAR:  Celebration of You, Whānau & Workplaces ( Kai and kōrero) 

Matariki provides us that opportunity to celebrate your journey, within your self, your whānau and your workplaces. A time to look back, replenish and nourish - through reflection, kai, feasting and coming together to share lessons and learnings. A time to reset for the year ahead, set intentions and goals.

In this session we spend some time reflecting and give consideration to how we manage the cacophony of these times and find strength amongst adverse and challenging times. We will also seek the path of the approaching new year with a mind for finding and celebrating the moments of harikoa and wheriko - enriching our selves, our whānau and our wāhi mahi.

Join us online on June 11th at 12pm-1pm for this free community-uplifting webinar, and bring something delicious to eat as we gather, reflect, and forge ahead together. "

About the Presenter:
Tuihana Ohia
 (Ngāi te Rangi, Ngāti Pukenga, Te Arawa, Ngāi Pākehā)
Founder & Director – Woo Wellbeing

Kaiwhakahere Hauora, Wellbeing Manager – Te Kaunihera o Tāmaki, Auckland Council

Tuihana comes with a wealth of experience within the wellbeing space, seamlessly navigating across and within a diverse range of organisations both Māori and mainstream, community and corporate. Recognised as one of Aotearoa’s leading wellbeing navigators and practitioners she has won several awards for her work, notably with the launch of Manaaki Peer to Peer Support initiatives in Vodafone and Te Wānanga o Aotearoa’s wellbeing programme Tau Ora.

Tuihana was appointed Kaiwhakahaere Hauora, Wellbeing Manager for Auckland Council serving over 7,500 kaimahi. Alongside this role, Tuihana is an Associate with Centre for Social Impact, co-founder of Rāngai – The Wellbeing Collective, Co-Producer of Hui Ora an online summit showcasing and elevating the indigenous voice of hauora, sits on the board of Ember Innovations, a Mental Health Innovator and recently produced a podcast series as part of Tātou tātou a collaboration with Hui E!, VNZ and CSI.

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