Taumārire - Mindfulness for educators in Aotearoa

Experience the benefits of mindfulness with Jase Te Patu

Mindfulness practices to support your mental wellbeing

Experience the benefits of mindfulness and focus on your mental wellbeing with Jase Te Patu, founder and CEO of M3 Mindfulness in this easy and interactive six-week online programme. 

Create a toolkit of mindfulness, movement, Māori pūrākau sleep stories, and whakataukī to support you with your own wellbeing.

Mindfulness means “paying attention to what’s happening right now, without judging”. 

Blending science-based international perspectives and a local and indigenous worldview, weekly bilingual mindfulness meditation practices will help you navigate big emotions with awareness. 

Date and time

30 January -  20 December 2023 (Join at any time)

Cost:  $350 plus GST per person 


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Learning outcomes

  • Use a number of bilingual mindfulness based practices to help you be present without judging what is going on
  • Describe the effects these practices have on you
  • Share some mindfulness meditation practices with your ākonga and whānau.

These are just some of the ways to experience the benefits of simple, everyday habits. You'll find more in this online programme.

Infographic displaying mindfulness techniques in the form of a RAIN acronym


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About Jase and M3 Mindfulness

Jase Te Patu hails from Ngāti Apa, Ngāti Tuwharetoa and Ngāti Ruanui. He is a popular TED Talk speaker, Edmund Hillary Fellow, and award-winning teacher of yoga and mindfulness. He is a master of facilitating people of all ages.

In Jase's own words

“I have experienced, first-hand, the cost of poor mental and emotional health. Five of my friends have passed from suicide over the years, which has left a lasting impression. My own personal practices of yoga, meditation, and mindfulness have saved my life. Through my mahi at M3 Mindfulness, I get to share these beautiful skills and tools with a whole school community, that’s the ākonga, with our new App, the whānau and now with you, our kaiako.”