Corporate Health and Wellness
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Health and Wellness
Maintaining a Healthy Environment at Your Workplace
Our Health and Wellness programme is targeted at improving a healthy workplace, team development, motivation of staff, organisational culture and staff building. We deliver fun and motivating workshops personalised for your organisation.
Healthy Body (BIA)
Group exercise sessions to suit all fitness levels, body composition analyses, health seminars, as well as other options to help your team get active.
A series of workshops designed to educate your team on the key aspect of healthy eating, with practical take home tips for the whole family.
Helping build a more positive workplace by recognising, addressing and managing everyday challenges including stress and motivation to improve overall wellbeing.
Building successful teams with many hands and one mind through team building activities, challenges, goal setting and exploring team culture.
Latest Resources and News
The Latest Resources
The Latest News
Harbour Sport’s ActivAsian programme is looking for an enthusiastic Community Lead to join our team. This is a great opportunity to be an integral part of an exciting, innovative, and rewarding programme as well as being a key team member of a Regional Sports...
A brand new Auckland College Climbing Series. Their goals are to grow climbing in this age group, as well as providing opportunities for existing climbers. The climbs are set at beginner to experienced levels to cater for everyone. Tell your friends about it, and...
Active for Life - Green Prescription - March 2021What led you to enrol in Green Prescription? "I was a full-time working mum and wife and going into Covid lockdown in 2020 was a real slap in the face as to how I was looking after myself and spending time with my kids;...
Active for Life - Green Prescription - March 2021What led you to enrol in Green Prescription? "My mental health condition and medication I was taking were negatively affecting my diet and overall health and my support worker suggested I give Green Prescription a go."...
Active for Life - Green Prescription - October 2020Background Prior to Green Prescription Natalie only did Pilates once a week to help with her back pain and herniated disc. Natalie's nutrition was average mainly because she didn't put too much thought into what type...
Active for Life - Green Prescription - December 2020Background Prior to joining Green Prescription, Patricia attended an exercise group for women over 65 but struggled with blood sugar levels and found it very hard to limit carbohydrate intake. She attended a Diabetic...
Harbour Sport delivered a Cycling programme to 213 students from Northcote Intermediate school. Cycling skills were initially learnt on the school grounds for approximately 3 hours, after which the children were confident to go out on the road. The Grade 2 training...
Great news… From Thursday, a wide range of play, recreation and sport activities can resume within level 2.
What if your daily dash around the block could also raise money for a great community cause? We’re calling walkers, runners, cyclists and outdoor lovers of all abilities and ages to the driveway start line. Take part in this awesome virtual event designed to boost...
ACC in collaboration with TVNZ and partners across the health sector, is bringing an exercise programme, called Healthy For Life to our TV screens from this Saturday. This is in response to the fact that older New Zealanders can’t attend community strength and balance...
NZSSSC Census Student representation in school sport has been static.
Top 5 sports over the past 5 years have been Football, Netball, Rugby, Hockey and Basketball.
Basketball, Volleyball and Badminton have been consistent in increasing student representation in the last 3 years.
- In 2015, 50% of students in the Harbour region represented their school in sport.
- Boys’ representation had an increase of 1% whereas Girls’ representation had a decrease of 2%.
- In 2015, schools in the Harbour region offered students the opportunity to represent their school in 66 out of the 81 sports recognised in the census.