Corporate Health and Wellness

A Place for Companies and Employees to Stay

Healthy and Focussed

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Jason Edmonds

Jason Edmonds

Active For Life Manager West

021 422 053

jasone@harboursport.co.nz

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.

Healthy Eating

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.

Healthy Mind

Helping build a more positive workplace by recognising, addressing and managing everyday challenges including stress and motivation to improve overall wellbeing.

Healthy Together

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 News

Suna Pilates – 2 weeks Free!

With 17 years of experience in developing Sports specific class programmes to improve the performance of both individual athletes and teams, our programmes have proven to be successful with professional sportsmen and women. In the past we have worked with All Blacks,...

Coconut oil and the heart

Coconut oil and the heart

The New Zealand Heart Foundation is advising Kiwis to continue using unsaturated plant oils rather than switching to coconut oil as their main cooking oil. Coconut oil has recently gained popularity as a result of heavy marketing in both the US and Australasia. There...

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.

Football

Netball

Rugby

Basketball

Hockey

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