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Te Roopū whanau minutes 12 March - 2015 Whanau arrived between and Rosie started with karakia - then we had a kai Whanau members p.

Whānau Roopū Minutes - Thanks Haley!

Te Roopū whanau minutes 12 March - 2015 Whanau arrived between 5.35 and 6.10 Rosie started with karakia - then we had a kai Whanau members present Whaea Georgie Ebs Rosie Whaea meta Ropes Vanessa Tarn Jahnke Sha Tuti and Tanya Katene Bevan Jo Haley Nic Apologies Shiree Bedford (Seamstress) Jayden’s Mum (Helen) Marisha 6:00 start karakia by Ropes Minutes read by Nic Election of Officers Chairperson Secretary Treasurer Committee Members ( All those present) General Business Chairperson…

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A Beautiful Maori Blessing

A friend recently shared this Maori blessing on facebook. I thought it so beautiful I wanted to share it with you. The Maori words are beautiful to the ear and the translation is poetic and calming…

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Great non regions karakia for our classroom

An interesting holistic model for health according to the eight tentacles of the Octopus, Te Wheke in Maori culture – Content Catnip Holistic Approach To Health, Social Work Theories, Maori Legends, Maori Words, Maori Symbols, Maori Patterns, Social Practice, Maori Designs, Maori Art

An interesting holistic model for health according to the eight tentacles of the Octopus, Te Wheke in Māori culture

The Maori (the indigenous people of New Zealand) which includes myself, have a very different way of defining health outcomes compared to western medicine. Te Wheke (the octopus) is often used as a…

This month the kids have learned this new Karakia. They say it every morning at Kohanga Reo and Sabina can regularly be heard chanting it in the shower or while drawing on the magnadoodle.

Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori – he Karakia

This month the kids have learned this new Karakia. They say it every morning at Kohanga Reo and Sabina can regularly be heard chanting it in the shower or while drawing on the magnadoodle. Her ca…

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