Connect for wellbeing!
Welcome to weconnect.nz, our discovery portal to help New Zealanders make friends, have fun, find breaks, learn, or improve their wellbeing. We’ve included accessibility information where possible!
Are you not exercising? Are you struggling with your health and fitness? Are you limiting your life because of your fitness? Does your fitness make you feel disappointed or guilty? Have you given up even trying because you think you will fail? Does this area of your life make you feel embarrassed? Have you just accepted that you will always be unfit? Get up to Five is an 8 week group training programme with 3 x group sessions each week. The coaching team guides you through each session as you follow the Get up to Five programme.
Gone are the days of old-school scales, calipers, tape measure and guesswork as a means of comparing and tracking your health and fitness progress. Using a combination of precision instrumentation and technology, as seen on the award winning TV3 show MATCHFIT, they can help you gain a high quality and complete understanding of all aspects of your health and fitness inside and out.
We hope you enjoy Carers NZ's fun resource to connect you to options for amazement, amusement, delight, relaxation, or encouragement. Spend a few minutes exploring, or find something you like for a 'deep dive'! Our ideas are designed to help you have some fun, and to sustain your mental health and wellbeing.
Disability support work is super meaningful mahi. You get to help others achieve the things that matter to them. It’s also really rewarding – because every day, you will be enabling people with disabilities to live lives they love.
Changing lives through creativity. This is a professional service in person-centred visual arts learning, creative therapies, and arts practice, and maintains an extensive exhibition calendar for their artists. Welcomes enrolments at any point during a term. Based at St Lukes but also has off-site locations in the North Shore, Avondale and Ōtāhuhu.
Residential life at the Hōhepa Hawke’s Bay community usually begins at the school. The school maintains a curative education programme, inspired by the ideas of Rudolf Steiner.