NAU MAI HAERE MAI KI TE HUI A NGA MAIA KI TAMAKI MAKAURAU
KAUPAPA FOR OUR NEXT HUI
WHERE: NZCOM Auckland Region Resource Centre,
Yarnton House, 14 Erson Ave, Royal Oak, Auckland
WHEN: Wednesday 9th December 2015, 1800 – 2130
1800 – 1930
Committee meeting and regional business hui
Nga Maia ki Tamaki Makaurau members welcome
1930 – 2130
Regional hui and guest speaker presentation
All midwives, students and whānau welcome
Christmas Hui – Highlights of 2015, looking forward to 2016 and special end of year Guest Speaker
MSN-PH, BSN, RN and 2015 Caroline Plummer Fellow
“The Uzo Method for Therapeutic Movement, Song and Dance”
Please bring a plate of kai to share
Megan Tahere: 027 3669358 or Kaniwa Kupenga: 021 02891937
I am Here, We are Here – A performance by the 2015 Caroline Plummer Community Dance Fellow Uzo Nwankpa and the Dunedin community members. Directed by Jessica Paipeta Latton.
When: Wed 25 Nov 2015, 5:30pm–6:30pm
Where: Allen Hall Theatre, 90 Union Street East, Dunedin
Tickets : http://www.eventfinda.co.nz/2015/i-am-here-we-are-here/dunedin
Bringing African music and dance as mental, spiritual and physical medicine for wellbeing, Uzo Nwankpa works with community members to tackle the grief of postnatal isolation, depression and anxiety due to hormone changes and lack of support. With live music, text and choreography, I am Here, We are Here, is a tribal celebration of the power of motherhood, sisterhood, dance and community. Limited seating available. RSVP immediately by reserving a free ticket http://www.eventfinda.co.nz/2015/i-am-here-we-are-here/dunedin
This is a part of the Moving Communities Conference on 25-28 November 2015 hosted by the School of Physical Education, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. For more information about the conference, visit www.otago.ac.nz/moving-communities/index.html
Calling all Healthcare Providers in Dunedin New Zealand that support pregnant women, childbirth and postnatal care to this conversation/presentation. What do you think about wellbeing and community music and dance facilitated by a healthcare provider?
Come join the conversation with the 2015 Caroline Plummer Community Dance Fellow Uzo, a community health nurse. This is a part of a research project at the University of Otago School of Physical Education, Sport and Exercise Sciences.
When:October 14, 2015 1:30pm-2:30pm
Where: Queen Mary Maternity Centre Dunedin
Starting next week, we will begin our 8 week sessions of music and dance with new mothers and their babies. Free of charge. Expect to have a great time with, connect with other parents, get in touch with your creativity and learn about healing through movement.
Monday’s and Tuesdays at 3pm at the Dunedin Parents Centre
Wednesday’s at 11am at the Halfway Bush Playgroup.
Looking forward to it.
Kids Fit Life Fall Program- HAPPY organization
This is the after math of the wonderful experince I had with the HAPPY organization. What a blast. We danced, we laughed, we told stories and moved. I love working with these young people. Their energy was inspiring and I am honored to have had that moment. Enjoy.
Finally Here!!!!!! The Dance and Drum Workshop with infused arts of the Yoruba and Igbo tribe. Join us for weekend of fun and education!
Akeem Ayanniyi is the ninth generation of his family to play the traditional Yoruba talking drum. He is from Erin Oshun near the historic art center of Oshogbo in Nigeria. He has been performing since the age of five and has toured much of Africa as well as Germany, Brazil, Sweden and the United States as a performer and teacher.
Uzo Nwankpa is from Enugu in Southeast Nigeria, She is educating communities on the history of the country, how Igbo style dance “Egwu Igbo” continues to evolve across the continents and the various techniques of Igbo style dance.
April 7th 2013
Drum class 12pm
Dance class 2pm
$18 per class
Both for $30
No drum and dance experience necessary.