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Kupu o te wiki

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You don’t always need fancy equipment to get a good workout. The kupu o te wiki is ‘tāruarua’, which means repetition, but you can shorten it to tā. The next time you and your hauora crew are working at it, give them some encouragement and say, “Kia kōtahi ano te tā”. Just one more rep! #diyworkout #diywod #barefeet #outdoorworkout #mangawhai #kupuotewiki #wordoftheweek #tereo #māori #toirēhia #earningthatswimafter #weirdneighbours Outdoor Workouts, Fun Workouts, Barefoot, Encouragement, How To Get, Fancy, Sayings, Sports, Maori

You don’t always need fancy equipment to get a good workout. The kupu o te wiki is ‘tāruarua’, which means repetition, but you can shorten it to tā. The next time you and your hauora crew are working at it, give them some encouragement and say, “Kia kōtahi ano te tā”. Just one more rep! #diyworkout #diywod #barefeet #outdoorworkout #mangawhai #kupuotewiki #wordoftheweek #tereo #māori #toirēhia #earningthatswimafter #weirdneighbours

He momo rongoā te hīkoi. Walking is good for the soul. Hiking, Good Things, Mountains, My Love, Maori, Walks, Trekking, Hill Walking, Bergen

He momo rongoā te hīkoi. Walking is good for the soul. #walktowork #thepinnacles #climbingmountains #walkmonth #ilovewalking #hiking #coromandelforest #kupuotewiki #wordoftheweek #tereo #Māori #toirēhia

Ka haumanutia tātou e te Rēhia. The art of leisure. Our team is lucky enough to be able to experience some serious adventures together like getting together in Rotorua and giving the Redwoods Whakarewarewa Forest Bike trails a crack. This forest boasts some of the oldest trails in the country with trails for beginners, intermediate, and advanced riders. Our kaimahi Ora shows us the meaning of “Ka haumanutia tātou e te Rēhia,” being swept away by the pursuit of joy and fun. Swept Away, Bike Trails, Old Things, Joy, Adventure, Country, Maori, Rural Area, Glee

Ka haumanutia tātou e te Rēhia. The art of leisure. Our team is lucky enough to be able to experience some serious adventures together like getting together in Rotorua and giving the Redwoods Whakarewarewa Forest Bike trails a crack. This forest boasts some of the oldest trails in the country with trails for beginners, intermediate, and advanced riders. Our kaimahi Ora shows us the meaning of “Ka haumanutia tātou e te Rēhia,” being swept away by the pursuit of joy and fun.

Aue! Kua pau te hau.  Oh heck, I’m puffed.    Have you tried the Rimutaka cycle trail? What a wero! We covered a whole range of terrain: road, gravel, rocks, sand and even river crossings. Those uphills though… Not only were we feeling out of breath, we also had a few tyres left out of air. Lucky we came prepared with spare tyres and bike pumps. Bike Pump, Breathe, Trail, Rocks, Range, Pumps, River, Maori, House

Aue! Kua pau te hau. Oh heck, I’m puffed. Have you tried the Rimutaka cycle trail? What a wero! We covered a whole range of terrain: road, gravel, rocks, sand and even river crossings. Those uphills though… Not only were we feeling out of breath, we also had a few tyres left out of air. Lucky we came prepared with spare tyres and bike pumps.

Ma te paihikara tātou o toi i haere ai, ma hea koutou?   Haere ma te paihikara.  Go by bike. Bicycle, Maori, Bike, Bicycle Kick, Bicycles

Ma te paihikara tātou o toi i haere ai, ma hea koutou? Haere ma te paihikara. Go by bike.

Nā te umu nei i Temuka, ka puta mai i te kakara o te kai moana, o te tuna, o te tītī, o te kōwhitiwhiti. While lifting the umu in Temuka, the delectable aroma of seafood, eel, mutton bird and watercress permeates the air. Whilst adventuring in Temuka, expert Karl Russell is in charge as he and Mason lift the umu. Learning about the umu is appropriate mahi in Temuka as this small town also goes by the name of Te Umu Kaha: “the strong oven”. Kupu o te wiki: umu. Oven. Mahi Mahi, Moana, Small Towns, Kai, Seafood, Oven, Strong, Bird, Adventure

Nā te umu nei i Temuka, ka puta mai i te kakara o te kai moana, o te tuna, o te tītī, o te kōwhitiwhiti. While lifting the umu in Temuka, the delectable aroma of seafood, eel, mutton bird and watercress permeates the air. Whilst adventuring in Temuka, expert Karl Russell is in charge as he and Mason lift the umu. Learning about the umu is appropriate mahi in Temuka as this small town also goes by the name of Te Umu Kaha: “the strong oven”. Kupu o te wiki: umu. Oven.

Me haere tātou mā tērā kōwhao rahi kia puta tātou ki tua. Let’s go through that large hole so we can get to the other side. Kupu o te wiki: kōwhao. The Other Side, Let It Be, Places, Maori, Lugares

Me haere tātou mā tērā kōwhao rahi kia puta tātou ki tua. Let’s go through that large hole so we can get to the other side. Kupu o te wiki: kōwhao. Hole. #toitangata #kupuotewiki #wordoftheweek #tereomāori #toitekupu

What’s going on your Christmas table?” Gather the shellfish so that our bucket is full to the brim. Now we have enough for a feed. Kupu o te wiki: mātaitai. Sweet Potato, Christmas Time, Seafood, Bucket, Vegetables, Maori, Sea Food, Vegetable Recipes, Buckets

What’s going on your Christmas table? “Kohia ngā mātaitai kia pūrena ai tā tātou pākete. Kāti, ka nui mō te kai.” Gather the shellfish so that our bucket is full to the brim. Now we have enough for a feed. Kupu o te wiki: mātaitai. Shellfish. #toitangata #kupuotewiki #wordoftheweek #tereomāori #mātaitai #seafood #toitekupu #pāua #abalone #shellfish #seafood #christmastime #pāuagetinmypākete

It& safe to surf during shark week. Sup Shop, Best Surfboards, Newport House, Bike Photo, Man Images, Shark Week, Get Outdoors, Guy Pictures, Free Stock Photos

“Kāore e tua atu i te mahi eke ngaru i mua tata tonu i te parakuihi.” There is nothing better than catching a few waves just before breakfast. Kupu o te wiki: eke ngaru. To surf. #toitangata #kupuotewiki #wordoftheweek #tereo #Māori #ekengaru #surfing #summerishere

Kupu o te wiki Natural Medicine, Health And Wellbeing, Shrubs, Remedies, Ocean, Island, People, Maori, Home Remedies

Kupu o te wiki

The koromiko (New Zealand willow) is a common shrub which can be found throughout the North Island. During World War II it was sent by relatives to the Māori battalion to help relieve dysentery and diarrhoea which was a common affliction during war time. Kupu o te wiki: rongoa. Remedy/medicine. #toitangata #kupuotewiki #wordoftheweek #tereo #Māori #waiwhetū #rongoa #naturalmedicine

Kupu o te wiki Health And Wellbeing, Shake, New Zealand, No Response, Country Roads, Waves, Beach, Outdoor, Maori

Kupu o te wiki

rū = to shake or tremble rū whenua = earthquake One of our most famous waiata is, E karanga e te iwi e. Its final verse, “Rū ana te whenua, whati whati hī!,” is a reference to our intense emotions which are entwined with the emotions of our earthquaking landmass. 'Whati whati' refers to the waves that are produced from such emotions. A very apt response indeed. #toitangata #kupuotewiki #wordoftheweek #tereo #Māori #earthquake #NewZealand #kaikoura

Kupu o te wiki Health And Wellbeing, Rivers, Mountain Biking, Battle, Rocks, Challenges, Toe, Travel, Maori

Kupu o te wiki

This kīwaha is a shortened version of the whakatauākī, ‘Ehara mā te waewae tūtuki. Mā te ūpoko pakaru, A stubbed toe will never stop us, but perhaps a split head would’, which refers to Rangitihi who had his head split open during battle yet continued fighting. At our Atua Matua wānanga ki Waiwhetū, the team clocked over 100km mountain biking over challenging terrain: gravel, sand, rocks, rivers and even dark tunnels. Kupu o te wiki: Ūpoko pakaru te karawhiu! Go hard!

Kupu o te wiki Rock Paper Scissors, To Reach, Health And Wellbeing, Our Body, Bodies, Arms, Play, Life, Maori

Kupu o te wiki

Whātoro: to reach out Whātoro ōu ringa ki te taha! He pepa tēnei. Extend you arms out to the side. This is paper. At our Hui-ā-Tau 2016 in Ōtaki, Darrio had us play a life size version of “Rock paper scissors” with our bodies. Kupu o te wiki: whātoro. To reach out.

At an Atua Matua wānanga in Kahungunu last month, this hill was one of the many that whānau climbed that day. This week, Mason brings us two kupu: “whakaawe kāpara” and “taiki ngāpara”: a female or male of great stamina. Health And Wellbeing, Bring It On, Female, Maori

Kupu o te wiki

At an Atua Matua wānanga in Kahungunu last month, this hill was one of the many that whānau climbed that day. This week, Mason brings us two kupu: “whakaawe kāpara” and “taiki ngāpara”: a female or male of great stamina. #toitangata #kupuotewiki #wordoftheweek #tereo #Māori #toitekupu #ourbackyard #kahungunu #atuamatua #mountaincliming #maunga #hawkesbay