Events

  • FREE EVENT
    19
    Mar
    Te Aukati Matahoki is the Māori translation given for Relapse prevention. This is a maintenance group where whaiora have the opportunity to engage with other whaiora in the community who have been abstinent or are trying to reduce harm associated with AOD substance abuse and require additional support.
  • FREE EVENT
    25
    Mar
    Te pa Tuwatawata is non-mandated self management group that focuses on violence prevention supporting the tane in the whānau environment.
  • FREE EVENT
    01
    May
    At 161 Pages Road
    Breathwork is a practice that involves using intentional breathing techniques to promote relaxation, reduce stress, and enhance overall well-being.
  • FREE EVENT
    08
    May
    At 161 Pages Road
    Breathwork is a practice that involves using intentional breathing techniques to promote relaxation, reduce stress, and enhance overall well-being.
  • FREE EVENT
    15
    May
    At 161 Pages Road
    Breathwork is a practice that involves using intentional breathing techniques to promote relaxation, reduce stress, and enhance overall well-being.
  • FREE EVENT
    20
    May
    Te pa Tuwatawata is non-mandated self management group that focuses on violence prevention supporting the tane in the whānau environment.
  • FREE EVENT
    20
    May
    This wāhine only group aims to provide the tools and strategies required to reduce harm and create safer communities. There's no referral, assessment or case management required when attending this group, so if you're motivated, open-minded and determined for change, come along to this group.
  • FREE EVENT
    21
    May
    Te Aukati Matahoki is the Māori translation given for Relapse prevention. This is a maintenance group where whaiora have the opportunity to engage with other whaiora in the community who have been abstinent or are trying to reduce harm associated with AOD substance abuse and require additional support.
  • FREE EVENT
    21
    May
    The Whānau Tautoko Program is a parenting initiative designed to support and empower families. It will run for a duration of 6 weeks, focusing on various aspects of parenting and family dynamics.
  • FREE EVENT
    21
    May
    Mindfulness is a simple and practical way to learn to observe our thoughts, rather than be trapped by them and worrying about the past or future.
  • FREE EVENT
    22
    May
    At 161 Pages Road
    Breathwork is a practice that involves using intentional breathing techniques to promote relaxation, reduce stress, and enhance overall well-being.
  • FREE EVENT
    27
    May
    Te pa Tuwatawata is non-mandated self management group that focuses on violence prevention supporting the tane in the whānau environment.
  • FREE EVENT
    27
    May
    This wāhine only group aims to provide the tools and strategies required to reduce harm and create safer communities. There's no referral, assessment or case management required when attending this group, so if you're motivated, open-minded and determined for change, come along to this group.
  • FREE EVENT
    28
    May
    The Whānau Tautoko Program is a parenting initiative designed to support and empower families. It will run for a duration of 6 weeks, focusing on various aspects of parenting and family dynamics.
  • FREE EVENT
    28
    May
    Mindfulness is a simple and practical way to learn to observe our thoughts, rather than be trapped by them and worrying about the past or future.
  • FREE EVENT
    29
    May
    At 161 Pages Road
    Breathwork is a practice that involves using intentional breathing techniques to promote relaxation, reduce stress, and enhance overall well-being.
  • FREE EVENT
    30
    May
    Our Te Reo Māori sessions are the perfect place to speak our chiefly language and deepen your understanding of our culture. If your goal is to pronounce Māori words correctly, to learn your pepeha, and to speak to your tamariki at home or at mahi, we have got you covered.
  • FREE EVENT
    03
    Jun
    Te pa Tuwatawata is non-mandated self management group that focuses on violence prevention supporting the tane in the whānau environment.
  • FREE EVENT
    03
    Jun
    This wāhine only group aims to provide the tools and strategies required to reduce harm and create safer communities. There's no referral, assessment or case management required when attending this group, so if you're motivated, open-minded and determined for change, come along to this group.
  • FREE EVENT
    04
    Jun
    Te Aukati Matahoki is the Māori translation given for Relapse prevention. This is a maintenance group where whaiora have the opportunity to engage with other whaiora in the community who have been abstinent or are trying to reduce harm associated with AOD substance abuse and require additional support.
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