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182 days ago

Talk on Arthritis using Natural Therapies

Michael from Kauri Coast

When: Saturday 31 August, 2:00pm – 3:00pm

Where: Wellsford Library, 13 Port Albert Rd, Wellsford


Julie Stacey is a qualified naturopath/herbalist/chef/health coach. Her passion is using nature's tools including food as medicine and sharing knowledge to empower others.

- Osteoarthritis V Rheumatoid Arthritis.
- What is happening in the body.
- How you can improve long term outcomes
- Natural therapies role "Find the root cause"

Come along and join me for a discussion on how to improve your lifestyle and wellbeing. Wellsford library is comfortable and warm. Meet Julie as you gain knowledge. Tea and coffee available. Also visit us at www.simplyandnaturallyherbalhealth.co.nz....
Please click like if you think you'd like to come so we have an idea of numbers, thankyou.

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Lace up for summer fun

The Team from Resene ColorShop Whangarei

Who wouldn’t want to show up to play in flash shoes like these? Customise a fresh pair of footwear or fancy up some old favourites – while covering up scuff marks – with nothing more than a few Resene testpots, artist’s brushes and a bit of good quality masking tape.

If your kids are little, you can help mask off any of the harder parts – such as around the soles – that you want to keep paint off of and remove laces, if there are any. You can even use this idea to makeover adult shoes that never get worn because the colour doesn’t go with anything.

Make the most of this weekend with this easy step by step project idea from Resene.

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Learn te reo Māori!

Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi

Te Pōkaitahi Reo

Meet Parminder Singh (Punjabi) who shares his journey with Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi:

“Studying in the Pōkaitahi Reo programme has allowed me to develop a totally beautiful and unique relationship with Māori communities. The learning has helped my work to bridge gaps between Māori and others in our multicultural communities. When I look back, I feel really proud. It’s a great feeling when I speak te reo Māori. It’s a privilege.”

Share in Parminder’s experience and enquire now for 2020. These programmes are tuition fee free!
Find out more

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