nga tohu o te ora

Rongoa and Research: Past, Present and Future Symposium

Tuesday June 29th 10am-4:30pm

Tangatarua Marae, Waiariki Institute of Technology Rotorua

There is an increasing interest in the potential for traditional healing practises including rongoa Maori to make a contribution to the health and wellness of the community. This symposium provides an opportunity to hear about a range of research projects exploring traditional healing and rongoa Maori from past, present and ideas for the future. There will be international and national speakers and will involve workshops from research areas of Rongoa Maori.

For more information contact Maui Hudson 027 2061183 or email

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3 Responses to nga tohu o te ora

  1. Maria Murphy says:

    My interest is mainly in Maori Rongoa organic sustainable developments, educating iwi, hapu, whanau, community etc a student and assisting, tutoring in the community at present, helping set up 4 farming projects and working them, requiring mentoring through this process kia ora

    • tewakakaiora says:

      Kia Ora Maria, Ko Rongoa tou Kai Ko kai tou Rongoa,
      Your mahi sounds fabulous and links in perfectly with our Kaupapa. Check out our Hikoi ki te Motu tour through the country, we might be coming to a Marae near you, it would be wonderful to meet. Rongoa is an important part of our Kaupapa ensuring that our Rongoa is maintained as pure as possible. I will email you tjhrough the panui on the Hikoi to see if you can join us for one of the Hui. Nha Mihi Pounamu

      • Tui says:

        Kia ora,

        Im wondering if you could please email me the panui also. I would love to know of other marae you may be visiting on this topic so I can come along as well as inform other 🙂


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