MAP tutor Savanah Tukariri will be leading a free-to-attend workshop at the MAP studio.
Inspired by Kapa Haka and traditional Maori movement, this workshop will draw on te ao Māori to focus on mobility, rhythm, and coordination. Open to all levels of experience and people interested in exploring a contemporary approach to Māori movement.
Bring: comfy clothes, and a water bottle
Nau mai tāuti mai!
Where: The MAP studio, 76 Hawdon Street
Date: Rāhoroi 30th September
Time: 10am – 12pm
Limited numbers, the event is FREE to attend, but please RSVP through the ticket link so we can accommodate everyone.
Savanah is a passionate creative, a māmā of two beautiful tamariki and a proud wāhine Māori. Her passion for movement and dance comes from her upbringing in te ao haka. She is a member of Te Ahikaaroa Kapa Haka (est.1993) who have represented Te Waipounamu (The South Island) consecutively since 2012 at Te Matatini National Kapa Haka Competition.
She has worked in creative collaborations with the CSO; Sparks and He Ngākau Aroha as well as Ngāi Tahu Stories with Mo Ete at the Court Theatre. Savanah has been working with MAP behind the scenes on our Classes Feasibility Study and is an absolute superstar.