Month: February 2017

Wānanga Reo ki Te Nehenehehui

Register Now! Here E te iwi, Free up your calendars to catch these wānanga reo! The kaupapa is Iwi centric and sessions will be taught by some of our best specialists, covering topics including aroā, wetereo, whakatauki and kopurapura. Waiata and hītori sessions are also covered. Whānau over 18 years old are welcome to apply. Cost is $50 per person, per wānanga – refundable upon completion. Accommodation and kai are included. Click “Apply Now” to register for the first wānanga 17-19th March! Spaces are limited to the first 50 paid applicants. Contact us here, on FB or email

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Getting into the ‘zone’ for Te Matatini

So what does that mean? Zoning in? The difference between a great haka team and other teams is the difference between a team who is in the zone and teams who are not. Being in the zone means each team member is connected. They are connected to their bodies and faces, to their kakahu and weaponry, to their team, to their bracket, to the stage and to the audience . The best and most seasoned performers know the key to a great performance involves zoning in. This skill is responsible for boosting confidence and certainty. ‘Zoning in’ for competition...

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