When Ihaka Poata moved from Whangaroa to Ahipara, he brought his maramataka with him and matched it for the wild west coast environment. In our maramataka workshops, we teach participants how to be aware, observe, record, reflect and start to develop
their own maramataka. Climate change is continually affecting our environment and it is vital that we are conscious of these changes and evolve accordingly.
Maramataka is about making our lives simple!
Attendee's reviews (Wahine wananga at opononi)
I really enjoyed the wananga with Hine,she has inspired me to reconnet to so many teachings in her korero and reminder to these things like maramataka, Maara Kai, Maramatanga,Mana Wahine and Mana Rangoa. Naga mihi xx
Ae Tautoko everything been said was amazing to attend and yes learning so much on our journey for empowerment into our lifestyles today.Nga mihi Heeni
This wananga and experince was truely elevating.Its amazing how simple,truthful and honest korero can be so enlightening and empowering. Heeni's journey knowledge and passion to give wahine their voice back is none other than inspiring. Nga mihi kia koe Heeni, mo to aroha kaha ki nga wahine katoa