Rongoā Māori Services

Traditional Māori healthcare and spiritual healing service.

Rongoā Māori

Rongoā Māori provides traditional Māori therapy and holistic healing services. Including mirimiri (massage), karakia, (prayer) and whitiwhiti kōrero (spiritual and cultural support).

"Rongoā Māori is a taonga (gift). It is something that is highly valued, to be treasured, treated with the utmost care and respect." Pa Ropata.

Rongoā Māori is an ancient traditional lore, the practices of which have been passed down from generation to generation.

As part of the values of traditional Māori medicine, health concerns are addressed using many different techniques.

Such as herbal and plant preparations and spiritual healing modalities.

Restoring mana and ora

Restoring mana (spiritual power) and ora (wellbeing) to whānau facilitates physical and emotional healing and forms an integral part of whānau oranga. (health)

This service is for:

All whānau, no matter where you are from.

Some of the services we offer:

  • Mirimiri (massage)
  • Karakia (prayer)
  • Whitwhiti kōrero (spiritual and cultural support)
  • Rongoā rākau (native flora preparations)

Rongoā Māori can heal and restore:

  • Physical health (Te Taha Tinana)
  • Spiritual health (Te Taha Wairua)
  • Mental health (Te Taha Hinengaro)
  • Self-determination (Mana motuhake)

How the service works

Make contact

You can reach out to us directly for support, or a referral may be received from an agency or a community organisation.

Meet in person

Whakawhanaungatanga - A member of our team meets with you, providing a comfortable space for open conversation and mutual understanding.

Make a plan

Together, we assess your needs and create a tailored plan. Urgent needs are addressed first, ensuring that each plan takes a holistic approach – recognising that there is no one-size-fits-all solution.

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Takiri mai ra ko te ata i te tonga. Ka whariki mai te manu kua ao kua awatea. He ngākau aroha e kitea i roto inga to pito o te whare, Ngā uri whaka tupu ki te maunga teitei. E rupu mai ana e ngā hua papai, He oranga mō te iwi māori. - Nā te Kuia nā Keupe Stafford Fairest.