Hinetū Hineora: Women's Heath and Wellbeing

Nov. 9, 2021, 2:49 p.m.

Hinetū is a movement to encourage all wāhine of all ages to be the best that they can be in life. Te Iri Rangi Tawhara, principal of Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Te Rangi Aniwaniwa explains how it was her husband Pene Tawhara who planted the seed for Hinetū when he started the kaupapa Tamatū. The kaupapa aligns with the Māori proverb Tama tū Tama ora, Tama noho, Tama Mate (He who stands lives, he who sits perishes). Connecting online for daily workouts, whakawhānaungatanga and challenges that contribute to the health and wellbeing of our wāhine, Hinetū is a non-funded kaupapa currently run simply on aroha. The 6-week Hineraumati challenge has just started, so take a look at the Instagram page to keep updated. 

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