Motueka Te Oranga Pai

Focused on improving strength and balance with an emphasis on preventing falls, Motueka’s whānau and kaumātua come along regularly to Te Oranga Pai Motueka exercise group for a dose of rakau, kapa haka, waiata, chanting using Tai Chi movements, weights, ball work and brain gym, slow and fast march, foot tapping, and zumba slow motion. Sounds fun, right? If you’re keen, read on and find out how you can join us next time.

Kaimahi Profile & Updates

*   Introducing Alamein Ward our Pūkenga Manaaki (Whānau Navigator)

*   Two members of the Te Piki Oranga kaimahi have graduated with a national certificate in Hauora and talk about the experience they have gained

*   Last month Fawad attended an international conference to learn how to be confident and talk about the challenges around sexual abuse of men and boys that was heavily focused on indigenous experience. Too often this topic is brushed under the rug – find out what Fawad learned and how he will continue to support men and boys as a Te Piki Oranga clinician.

Office Closure and helplines

Te Piki Oranga would like to wish everyone Meri Kirihimete and a happy and safe holday. All of Te Piki Oranga offices across the rohe will close at 5:00 pm on Friday 22 December 2017 and will re-open at 9:00am on Monday 8 January 2018. Read on for a list of services that offer nationwide support, information and help 24 /7.

If you believe either you or someone you know is in immediate danger, please call emergency services on 111.

Michelle Trōw, Taituarā (Assistant Administrator - Whakatū) and Walter Tia - Pūkenga Manaaki (Whānau Navigator)

*   Introducing Alamein Ward our Pūkenga Manaaki (Whānau Navigator)

*   Two members of the Te Piki Oranga kaimahi have graduated with a national certificate in Hauora and talk about the experience they have gained

*   Last month Fawad attended an international conference to learn how to be confident and talk about the challenges around sexual abuse of men and boys that was heavily focused on indigenous experience. Too often this topic is brushed under the rug – find out what Fawad learned and how he will continue to support men and boys as a Te Piki Oranga clinician.

What I learned at an international conference on male survivors of sexual abuse

*   Introducing Alamein Ward our Pūkenga Manaaki (Whānau Navigator)

*   Two members of the Te Piki Oranga kaimahi have graduated with a national certificate in Hauora and talk about the experience they have gained

*   Last month Fawad attended an international conference to learn how to be confident and talk about the challenges around sexual abuse of men and boys that was heavily focused on indigenous experience. Too often this topic is brushed under the rug – find out what Fawad learned and how he will continue to support men and boys as a Te Piki Oranga clinician.