Wellbeing - Te Taumata Toi-a-Iwi

Wellbeing / Hauroa

This kete includes links to arts and culture sector wellbeing resources, and other selected resources from around the motu.  

Wellbeing, Hauora

Creative Wellbeing Webinar
Borni Te Rongopai-Tukiwaho talks to Jeremy Mayall about Creative Waikato’s wellbeing research
Te Ora Auaha
Te Ora Auaha is a network of individuals and collectives that are interested in the relationship between creativity and wellbeing. This website hosts a wealth of resources, articles and webinars supporting creative wellbeing practice.
Unu Ora
Unu Ora is a series of brief meditations on health and wellbeing created by Centre for Social Impact associate Tuihana Ohia. This personal resource encourages reflection to help you think about your wellbeing.
Creative Waikato - Toi Waikato
Wellbeing and Arts, Culture and Creativity in the Waikato. Understanding the impact of arts, culture and creativity on the people of the Waikato Region.
Wellbeing Hub
The Mental Health Foundation's Wellbeing Hub explains two key models of wellbeing - Te Whare Tapa Whā and Five Ways to Wellbeing, and provides helpful tips to guide everyday wellbeing practices.
Workplace Wellbeing
The Mental Health Foundation's workplace mental wellbeing programmes, resources and campaigns help employers take an active approach to creating flourishing workplaces.
Te Whakawhirinaki Kete
Te Whakawhirinaki Kete is a digital offering to the arts landscape across Aotearoa. This website holds tailored resources for the arts sector centred around wellbeing, mental health and hauora.
Since its launch in 2013, All Right? has become a powerful champion for wellbeing, helping normalise conversations around wellbeing. The website provides a wealth of resources and tools to benefit mental health.
First Steps
First Steps exists to provide expert support and resources for business owners and leaders. Part of the Activate Tāmaki Makaurau programme, this space provides access to health and wellbeing support for business owners.
Healthy Minds App
With a combination of podcast-style lessons and meditations, the Healthy Minds programme uses neuroscience, contemplative traditions, and skill-based learning methods to help people develop the skills for a healthy mind.

If you have a great resource or useful tools that will benefit others and would like to share please send to narelle@tetaumatatoiaiwi.org.nz

Illustration credit:  Isobel Joy Te Aho White