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
Two Awesome Challenges for You to Partake in at Home! Harbour Sport understands that it is currently a difficult time for people to get exercise during this lockdown period! Hence we are excited to introduce the #HSStayHomeChallenge and the #FamilyBubbleChallenge....
Earlier this week Jacinda Ardern had a conversation with psychologist, Nigel Latta, on tips and tricks to look after yourself while we’re all staying home to save lives
Over recent days, we have seen the situation with COVID-19 continue to escalate, with significant travel restrictions implemented by the New Zealand Government. This has widespread implications across every part of our daily interactions, including recreational and...
*** IMPORTANT EVENTS NOTICE *** Due to the continuously evolving situation with COVID-19 Harbour Sport staff have been advised to follow Government and the Ministry of Health recommendations regarding limiting non-essential contact in order to limit the spread of...
Harbour Sport and Sir Peter Blake Marine Education and Recreation Centre (MERC) present an 8 week summer series consisting of 4 moana (ocean) based and 4 whenua (land) based activities. Sessions will run every Tuesday from 4:00pm – 5:30pm with each week focusing on a...
I first signed up to the gym just a couple years ago, I’m no gym expert now and certainly do not go as regularly as I would like to, but I have learnt not to be intimidated by the big scary gym. I remember being totally terrified of setting foot in the gym- absolutely...
Running is not for everyone, it’s hard work, it can be boring and often feels physically impossible. That being said, running is one of the few sports that require little to no equipment and is great for fitness. Having recently completed my first half marathon, after...
The Sport and Recreation Facilities Investment Fund was established during Long-term Plan 2018-2028 to support the development of regional and sub-regional sport and recreation facilities. It has a budget of $120 million over the next ten years. The funding for the...
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.