Young men play a key role in the safety and vitality of their communities.

How they experience and explore physicality has a significant influence on their behaviours and how these will be expressed as adults.

 

Moving Tāne is a week-long workshop that supports the growth of strong and healthy young men. 

Applying the rigor and discipline of movement training, this week-long workshop brings fitness, contemporary dance technique, hip hop and mentoring together.

The use of open and constructive communication develops skills,

self-awareness and confidence.

 

This workshop uses a Treaty-based approach and is informed by Te Ao Māori.

Facilitated by internationally renowned male contemporary and hip hop dancers, participants’ gain an experience of what positive and constructive male physicality feels like. 

 

This workshop can be tailored according to the needs of the attendees. It’s a 5-day workshop that can be run over a single week or over several weeks. It’s intended for young tāne between the ages of 14-24.

Next Course: 

Monday 5th Oct – Friday 9th Oct, 2020 

9.30am – 4pm

Mungavin Supper Hall, Porirua

Cost: Free, lunch provided

 

For more info or to enroll, contact:

Tupe Lualua

021 025 35823

tupelualua@gmail.com

Participants come away with:

 

A greater understanding of positive physicality

Safe ways of being physical when interacting with others

How to look after their body for their own health and safety

A wider understanding of dance and the creative process

Increased fitness and strength  

Teamwork, collaboration and leadership skills

Participants will have experienced the perseverance required to push themselves to the limit and as a result have a deeper understanding of their self and their capabilities.

Facilitator / Director : Luke Hanna
 

Dancer, choreographer, teacher & movement director.

Since graduating New Zealand School of Dance in 2006 Luke’s toured internationally with acclaimed companies

Black Grace, Dance North, Australian Dance Theatre

and Muscle Mouth.Working with Brothers and Sisters, Luke is now based in Wellington and is focused on creating his own work.

 

 

Facilitator : Ooshcon

Ooshcon - A.K.A Connor Masseurs, Tagaloa

Ooshcon is an experimental Hip Hop movementartist of Pasifika origin, based in Aotearoa/NewZealand. He is an award-winning

Hip-Hop theatre choreographer, a sought-out performer with
experimental skill-sets in a range of Street Dance styles,

as well as being an all-round Hip Hop Culture enthusiast.

connormasseurs.com/ 

Facilitator : Braedyn Togi

(Cook Island, Sāmoan)

Braedyn grew up in Papatoetoe and moved to Wellington as a teenager. Prior to his training at the New Zealand School of Dance he ran an Integrated Hip-hop crew JustDanceKrazy for 5 years, supporting them to present work at Te Papa, DANZ Week and Tempo Festival. Alongside training he taught at Pump Dance Studio, leading a young male Hip-hop crew, Kingdom (13-17y/o’s). His professional debut was in Tawata Production’s The Beautiful Ones, while still at NZSD.


 

Knowing a little bit more about these things has taught me a great deal of awareness about how

I act and how powerful it can influence someone positively."

- Connor Massuers

 

He offers motivation on a balanced level to ensure no participants become anxious or

unambitious. The median that everyone sits in when working with him is empowering and

inspiring just as much as it is daunting. Thus giving an immense sense of great achievement.

- Toa Paranihi

 


 

Video:

www.vimeo.com/sisterbrother/tumove

The Brothers & Sisters Collective

“The shortest distance between a human and the truth is a story”

- Anthony de Mello


 

Purpose Statement

Brothers and Sisters are an enterprise that crafts and harvests experiences for

growth through art, education and community.

 

Our Values

The Collective uses a unique discipline to create spaces for whānau, kōrero and koha.



 

Whānau - to create connection.

Kōrero  - to share stories.  

Koha - to value contribution.

 


 

Services

We deliver a variety of services that span our three strands of focus:

art, education and community. These include movement training and choreography,

theatre and performance direction, hosting and group process facilitation,

Treaty of Waitangi education, tikanga Māori and te reo Māori education.


 

Contact :

Kiri Olds - Co-ordinator

brothersandsisterscollective@gmail.com

Ph: 027 435 4820


 

www.brothersandsisterscollective.com