Kiri lives in a home of four generations, helping to care for her kuia and her three children. Mana wāhine and being māmā are two of Kiri’s most important roles. She is also a qualified beauty and spa therapist, and a practitioner in traditional Romiromi. Kiri is a founding member of a movement called the 'Embodiment Connection' that aims to nurture individuals to become conscious leaders.
“I believe that this Freedom movement can be easily done - when done right, and done together.”
Kiri’s passions include:
- Demonstrating what can be achieved when women step into our unique power as wāhine.
- Promoting holistic health and maintaining hauora to enable all individuals to thrive.
- A belief that healthy individuals will positively affect the family unit, our communities, regional areas and cities, and therefore our country as a whole.
- Honoring and implementing our Whare Tapa Whā model into all aspects of hauora, and society as whole, to promote our quality of life.
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