Aroha in action hui: Kaimahi hauora

In this recording from the Aroha in Action Family Start Hui 2023, Letesha Hallett leads a 20 minute movement and meditation exercise. The focus is around realigning your hā (breath) to centre your hinengaro (mind) as part of your hauora practice.

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Aroha in Action Family Start Hui 2023: Kaimahi hauora (transcript)


Letesha Hallett, Yoga Warriors

Ngāti Tūwharetoa, Ngāti Kahungunu, Ngāi Tūhoe

Based in Ōtautahi and leading Yoga Warriors, Letesha Hallett is passionate about helping to make yoga become more accessible to communities, by breaking down the barriers that prevent people from getting healthy and well. Through Yoga Warriors, Letesha works with hundreds of young people and adults across Christchurch. She is one of three wellness experts behind the creation of the Hikitia Te Hā videos for All Right. It was yet another initiative that saw her match movement with cultural values.

Aroha in Action Family Start Hui

Aroha in Action Family Start Hui 2023 was a full-day online hui for Family Start whānau workers. Experienced kaikōrero and practitioners who work with whānau, specialising in family violence and sexual violence shared their knowledge focused on strengthening, responding and healing.

This hui was part of our mahi to support Family Start whānau workers across Aotearoa, a key step to deliver Te Aorerekura – the National Strategy to Eliminate Family Violence and Sexual Violence.

Watch recordings from the hui