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Aug11
Mauri Ora - The Metrics of Flourishing

Aug 11 - Aug 11, Central

Compass Seminars is delighted to bring you the opportunity to spend a day with Sir Mason Durie who will discuss a range of topics relating to principles for working with Māori and Māori development. Sir Mason speaks with a freshness and clarity of understanding, if you have been fortunate enough to hear him speak before you will know that this is an opportunity not to be missed. Regardless of whether your professional focus is on prevention, promotion, treatment, education, rehabilitatio

May07
Post Traumatic Success

May 07 - May 08, Central

Traditionally, a lot of professional attention has gone into diagnosis and recovery from the psychological damage associated with traumatic experiences. Specialist therapies with a primary focus on past events are the norm and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder is increasingly seen as an almost inevitable consequence of experiencing trauma. However trauma work can be approached from a different angle. Several studies show that traumatic experiences need not be this debilitating and that most peo

Mar25
Reclaiming Your Brain

Mar 25 - Mar 25, Central

Improve memory, focus, and motivation. Learn about the brain's ability to change and rewire. This one-day presentation facilitated by Petrea King from the Quest for LIfe Foundation, Sydney, Australia will give you strategies, techniques & tools that focus on improving lifestyle factors contributing to a healthy brain.

Nov20
Te Hunga Rōia Māori o Aotearoa: Kura Reo 2019

Nov 20 - Nov 22, Central

Ko Te Kura Reo a Te Hunga Rōia Māori o Aotearoa tēnei te haramai nei. Kei ngā rōia, kei ngā tauira, kei ngā toa tauā mō te reo, nau mai ki Rotorua, ki Toi Ohomai, ki tā tātou Kura Reo. For the last few years, the desire to understand, learn and strengthen te reo Māori within Aotearoa has been at the forefront of many legal environments. It is for that reason that the idea for a kura reo, a full immersion course in te reo Māori, designed specifically for those working, teaching or studying wit

Nov18
Rotorua Museum Project Update

Nov 18 - Nov 18, Central

Connecting Vision to Action Monday 18 November 2019 marks three years since the Rotorua Museum closed to the public after the Kaikoura earthquake. The strengthening, restoration and redevelopment of Rotorua Museum is a key element of Rotorua Lakes Council’s Vision 2030 and the Rotorua Way. Project Lead, Stewart Brown (Rotorua Lakes Council, Arts and Culture Manager), will give a project update that will take place at Rotorua Library (1127 Haupapa Street) on Monday 18 November 2019 at

Nov17
Pure Silver Jewellery With Silver Clay

Nov 17 - Nov 17, Central

Come and learn how to make beautiful pure silver jewellery with silver clay. Beginners are welcome no experience is necessary to make a beautiful piece. Cost is $165 which includes all your materials and a lovely lunch get in touch quickly if you would like to join us as spaces are limited info@jbcollections.co.nz. Visit us on Facebook - www.facebook.com/jbcollections

Nov11
Successful Sporting Parents Workshop

Nov 11 - Nov 11, Central

If you have children involved in competitive and social sports, then come along to this free workshop full of tips and resources to help you be a successful sporting parent. Registrations required. Contact: Belinda Muller, Youth Sport Systems Advisor at Sport Bay of Plenty Phone: 021 246 1019 or email: belindam@sportbop.co.nz

Nov03
Rotorua Death Café

Nov 03 - Nov 03, Central

Death and dying are an inevitable part of life, but we rarely talk about it. Talking about death and being open about our feelings allows us to support each other, our families and ourselves when we lose someone close. Death Café is a global concept founded by Jon Underwood, based on the work of Bernard Crettaz in 2004. The objective of Death Café is not to be seen as morbid, but rather for people to go along, drink tea, eat cake and to ‘increase awareness of death with a view of helping peop

Oct23
Youth Sport Resilience Programme

Oct 23 - Nov 13, Central

A 4-Week introduction to some practical ways young athletes can apply mental skills to help them excel in sport and in life in general! Programme includes 4 workshops developing key mental skills required in Sport. For more information see: www.flowsport.co.nz/youthworkshop

Oct20
Pure Silver Jewellery With Silver Clay

Oct 20 - Oct 20, Central

Come and learn how to make beautiful pure silver jewellery with silver clay. Beginners are welcome no experience is necessary to make a beautiful piece. Cost is $165 which includes all your materials and a lovely lunch get in touch quickly if you would like to join us as spaces are limited info@jbcollections.co.nz.

Oct16
Solving the Overeating Puzzle

Oct 16 - Oct 16, Central

Getting to the heart of your eating habits. Are you ready to retrain your brain to change your habitual eating patterns and stop the endless cycle of overeating, guilt and self-sabotage? Join Eugenia for a transformational 2 hour event that will help you to understand the reasons why you can’t stop eating, what triggers overeating and binge eating and also share some powerful tools to apply to address the core reason for these eating issues. Does this sound like you? - I can’t seem t

Oct05
Rotorua Museum Project Update

Oct 05 - Oct 05, Central

Connecting Vision to Action. The strengthening, restoration and redevelopment of Rotorua Museum is a key element of Rotorua Lakes Council’s Vision 2030 and the Rotorua Way. This vision for Rotorua is guiding the development of a range of key projects and programmes to enhance our district’s strengths as we work with our community and partners to achieve a positive future. A second Museum project update will take place at Rotorua Library (1127 Haupapa Street) on Saturday 5 October 2019 at 1