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Toi Tangata, the art of human potential.

Toi Tangata is a national Māori agency which specialises in healthy living and healthy learning based on Māori knowledge. 

We draw from mātauranga Māori to inform, advise and empower people who are active in health and related social services.
Operating nationally and locally to encourage healthy and active lifestyles, Toi Tangata works with local and central governments, whānau, hapū, iwi, health professionals, advocates and supporters who are committed to making positive change for the health and wellbeing of our people.

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  • The Pouārahi – Training and Education Manager leads the ongoing design, development, expansion and delivery of Kaupapa Māori-centred physical activity and nutrition initiatives throughout Aotearoa. The position has specific responsibility for managing and growing ‘He Pī ka rere’, a mātauranga Māori initiative to increase movement......

  • We have looked at the current campaign policies of relevance to our mahi at Toi Tangata and the wider sector we engage with. Key kaupapa for us at the moment include actions that address food insecurity and the achievement of food security and sovereignty; the......

  • We are delighted to welcome Zirsha Wharemate (Ngati Ranginui), who is joining the team to provide technical nutrition advice to Toi Tangata.  Zirsha will commence this part time support to Toi Tangata from October while remaining in her role as an Oral Health Promoter for......

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In case you missed it!

What characterises Māori physical activity? In this hour long Toi Ako webinar, Te Miri Rangi shares his insights and whakaaro around the ways in which mātauranga informs the beliefs, values and practices of physical activity for Māori; and how these are relevant for Māori physical activity today.

Having recently completed his Masters research, Te Miri touches on the key themes that emerged through his kaupapa Māori analysis of interviews, pūrakau and whakataukī.

This is a webinar you don't want to miss.
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Lis Gillies Nga Tau Aroha Toni June

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Meet our Growing the Puna interns for the summer of 2020-21!

Growing the Puna grew out of an identified gap of connecting students coming through tertiary providers with a focus of physical activity or nutrition and connecting them to both Māori communities and the health sector.

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Meet our Growing the Puna interns for the summer of 2020-21!

Growing the Puna grew out of an identified gap of connecting students coming through tertiary providers with a focus of physical activity or nutrition and connecting them to both Māori communities and the health sector.

Nau mai, haere mai! We are excited to have you all on board!
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Cant wait to see the ‘sharpians’ in action.... yee haa Toi Tangata

That is my son on the right. Zayden Tane, 3rd Yr Health Science majoring in Maori Health @ Otago University.

Well done Sammie Kamariera proud of you bub. Hope you are well?

Awesome achievement guys. Very exciting to see where this leads. Well done Sammie Kamariera ❤

I recognized that lovely smile! Go Sammie, wishing you all the best 💫🤗

So so proud of my gdaughter Sammie Kamariera. Congratulations sweetheart love you Nan xoxo

What a crew! Awesome Renei

Bree Mc Cauley Scott mean sis 💛

Mean eahh Sammie Kamariera! 👌🏽

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