Mau Rākau

  • STRATUS: Mau Rakau

    Aug 11, 2020· The Mau rākau group travelled to Tawhitinui Marae, Manaia to support the local people of Ngāti Ruahinerangi and Ngā Rauru. The students thoroughly enjoyed there stay ay Tawhitinui Marae. They made new friends and now have a established a positive relationship with the Taranaki people.

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  • Hapuka's Mau Rakau Blog | Page 5 | Martial Arts Planet

    Sep 19, 2018· Mau Rākau is one of the hardest martial arts I have been a part of, because its more that just swinging a Taiaha around. For me the journey of Mau Rākau has been about reconnection, and this for me has been harder than any of the physical training involved. There is a very deep connection that I feel with Mau Rākau, and that's because of my ...

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  • Mau Rākau – Mt Roskill Grammar School

    May 08, 2019· Mau Rākau Levi Ahlquist , Bronson Aramoana and Deylone Tohilima had a fantastic opportunity to attend a Mau Rākau (Taiaha) wānanga on Mokoia Island during the holidays. Recent Posts

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  • rakau - Māori Dictionary

    Ka tahuri atu a Te Whata-karaka ki a Te Iwi-tuaroa, ka mea ko ia e tū atu ki te whakatū rākau, i te mea hoki ko tērā kē o rāua te mea tino mōhio ki te mau taiaha (NIT 1995:359). / Te Whata-karaka turned to Te Iwi-tuaroa and told him to to demonstrate his weapon skills, because he was the one who knew how o wield a taiaha.

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  • 13. Mau Rākau - Māori Weaponry

    Mau Rākau - Māori Weaponry View Map map. Māori weapons are both taonga or treasures as well as practical fighting equipment. Many are prized heirlooms with personal names. Taiaha – the long spears with a carved head on top – were used by rangatira and other important people. Taiaha were also decorated with feathers.

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  • Totara Park School; mau rākau (Māori martial arts) tutor ...

    Nov 03, 1999· Description Caption: About 20 pupils at Totara Park School are having their first taste of lessons in mau rākau, which can be described as Māori martial arts. The children, both boys and , are aged 7-11 years, and are learning ti rākau which involves various movements with a short carved stick.

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  • Martial Arts | Deadliest Warrior Wiki | Fandom

    Mau rākau is the weapon based martial art of the Maori. Zulu Stick Fighting [edit | edit source] Zulu Stick Fighting is an African martial art practised by the Zulus, a method of training young warriors which Shaka Zulu excelled at. Zulu Stick Fighting places emphasis on agility and speed, and each combatant is armed with one stick used to ...

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  • Forum Arti Marziali - Ar.Ma. - Mau rākau: portare un'arma ...

    Sep 20, 2016· Il mau rākau è l'arte marziale maori basata sull'uso delle armi, principalmente della taiaha: via di mezzo fra un remo e una lancia, dalla punta fatta solamente di legno. Questo materiale è usato per molte armi maori. Il kotiate, ad esempio, è una sorta di mazza appiattita dallo spigolo vivo: Ma ne esistono versioni anche in pietra:

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  • mau rakau - Māori Dictionary

    mau rākau Play. 1. (verb) to wield weapons. E tino kitea ana te tohungatanga o ētahi kapa ki te mau rākau (RMR 2017). / The expertise of some haka groups at wielding weapons is very obvious. Found 1 match. 2. (modifier) armed, wielding weapons. He toa mau rākau hoki, he tangata hikareia (TTR 1990:251). / And he had military prowess and a ...

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  • RECOVERING MAU RĀKAU - Flint & Steel | VOL 06

    The revival of mau rākau is a rarely told story that has played a key part in reacquainting many Māori with their heritage and identity. Mau rākau is a type of martial art. It involves wielding the taiaha (spear) and patu (club). But its …

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  • mau rakau - Māori Dictionary

    mau rākau Play 1. (verb) to wield weapons. E tino kitea ana te tohungatanga o ētahi kapa ki te mau rākau (RMR 2017). / The expertise of some …

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  • Mau rākau - Wikipedia

    Mau Rākau is a traditional Māori martial art and this unique programme gives you the opportunity to learn the ancestral practices, values and protocols of the warrior. You'll learn about Māori culture and traditions, gain new skills and get fit.

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  • Blogger - Rapanui 2015

    Jun 16, 2015· Mau rākau. Nei rā ngā mihi maioha ki a Matua Teira! Nāna i whakahaere ai te mahi kōiri, ā te mau rākau i tēnei wāhanga. Tino harikoa ngā tamariki, ā, kei te ako i ngā kaupapa e pā ana ki te taiaha me ngā Atua Māori. Big thanks going out to Matua Teira, who is taking our tamariki for fitness/mau rākau this term. The tamariki love ...

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  • Totara Park School; mau rākau (Māori martial arts) tutor ...

    Nov 03, 1999· Description Caption: About 20 pupils at Totara Park School are having their first taste of lessons in mau rākau, which can be described as Māori martial arts. The children, both boys and , are aged 7-11 years, and are learning ti rākau which involves various movements with a …

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  • Registration

    Mau rākau registration fees: Mau rākau fees are paid in addition to annual membership fees and cover insurances, first aid, venue costs and other administration costs. Two options to register for Mau rākau: Full year or termly --> Pakeke Full year = $130 Term = $35 per term. Taiohi

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  • Road to Redemption - Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu

    The mau rākau programme he helped develop and teaches has evolved to the point where Jade and fellow instructors are now taking the discipline back into prisons in Canterbury and Otago. The programme targets Māori who want to make positive changes in their lives, to help them understand who they are and where they come from.

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  • Gentle, respectful, humble: how non-Māori can help ...

    Apr 17, 2021· For example, he practises mau rākau (Māori martial arts). “The goal there isn’t just to preserve the art of the taiaha, but to create spaces where te …

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  • Mau rakau – Vikipedija

    Mau rākau reiškia įgudusį ginklų naudojimą. Terminas maor. mau taiaha ' reiškia taiahos, o ne kokių kitų ginklų naudojimą.. Pasakojama, kad naudoti ginklus mokydavo Whare-tū-taua ('karo namai' ar 'karo mokykla'). Žodžiu Whare-tū-taua vadindavo pagrindinį jaunų karių toa apmokymą karo meno.. Nuolatinės mokyklos veikia Rotorua ežero Mokojos saloje, jose mokoma kautis …

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  • Mauri Toa - twttoa.com

    The name Mauri Toa, derives from the life essence of a warrior. This can relate to the principals and values of a Warrior using Mau Rākau as the medium. a traditional fighting art to re-discover, the inner warrior. To be able to encourage resilience, an ability to cope. Leadership, an ability to lead and follow.

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  • Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Horouta Wānanga - Mau Rakau

    Mau Rākau. Hei kohinga kōrero o tuaukiuki: Ko Tītokowaru te Tumuwhakarae, te Tohunga. "E kore ahau e mate; kāore ahau e mate. Ka mate anō te mate, ka ora anō ahau" Tohutoro: (Houston, J. Māori life in old Taranaki 1865:205, Cowan, J. The adventures of Kimble Bent 1911:118, Baucke, W.

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  • Flint & Steel Volume 03 - Recovering Mau Rākau by Maxim ...

    "Sustaining and rebuilding Māori culture has involved wrestling with complex questions: What does it mean to sustain a culture and identity when so much has already been lost? What does it …

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  • Mau Rakau - Black Belt Wiki

    Mau Rakau – Maori Martial Arts Style from New Zealand. Mau Rakau is a weapons-based martial arts developed by the Maori of New Zealand. Mau Rakau teaches the use of traditional Maori weapons such as the Taiaha (short spear/staff weapon), Mere (a bladed weapon with a tear drop shape), Tewhatewha (axe-like weapon), etc. The Maori are the indigenous people of New Zealand and are famed for their ...

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  • Mau Rakau - YouTube

    Sep 19, 2017· About Press Copyright Contact us Creators Advertise Developers Terms Privacy Policy & Safety How YouTube works Test new features Press Copyright Contact us Creators ...

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  • Tamiaho looks to past and future with mau rākau

    Nov 12, 2019· “Mau rākau is a big impact knowledge base because it requires a total being approach. One's mind, body and spirit are immediately infused and uplifted with wairuatanga, mātauranga, kaupapa and wānanga to its fullest senses.” ...

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  • 14 Martial Arts Using Staff: The Complete List

    Mar 10, 2021· Mau rākau. Mau rākau (Maori term that means “to bear a weapon”), is a traditional martial art based on traditional Māori weapons and practiced in New Zealand. The term itself refers to the art of using any weapon, which is why there are specific styles designed for precise weapons. Other weapons used: blades, clubs. Shintaido

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  • Mau rakau – Vikipedija

    Mau rākau reiškia įgudusį ginklų naudojimą. Terminas maor. mau taiaha ' reiškia taiahos, o ne kokių kitų ginklų naudojimą.. Pasakojama, kad naudoti ginklus mokydavo Whare-tū-taua ('karo namai' ar 'karo mokykla'). Žodžiu Whare-tū-taua vadindavo pagrindinį jaunų karių toa apmokymą karo meno.. Nuolatinės mokyklos veikia Rotorua ežero Mokojos saloje, jose mokoma kautis taiaha.

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  • Māori @ PES Blog: Mau rakau

    Mau rakau. Karakia: Mau Rākau for Te Whare Tū taua ki Ukutoia. E te Kaihanga o tōku rākau. Oh sabre formed from Tāne Mahuta. E rere atu ana i roto i tēnei wānanga. Which binds me with you within this school of higher learning. Piri mai ngā whakaaro o ōku tupuna. May I be comforted by the guidance of my ancestors.

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  • Mau Rākau - Lessons of Taha Māori - Te Hiku Media

    Aug 08, 2019· Mau Rākau - Lessons of Taha Māori Aug. 8, 2019, 3:51 p.m. Traditional Māori weaponry has been through a renaissance over the last few decades and through pioneers of the craft, mau rākau and weapons associated with have become a trademark for Māori culture featuring in many aspects of our rituals and traditions.

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  • RECOVERING MAU RĀKAU - Flint & Steel | VOL 06

    The revival of mau rākau is a rarely told story that has played a key part in reacquainting many Māori with their heritage and identity. Mau rākau is a type of martial art. It involves wielding the taiaha (spear) and patu (club). But its significance lies beyond art or sport. For Māori, taiaha and patu are gifts of the gods, woven into ...

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  • Mau rākau (Māori martial art) workshop | National Library ...

    Jan 30, 2020· Programme. The tour will start at 10am and will be 20 minutes long. Then come along to the mau rākau (Māori martial art) workshop at 10.30am. This is a workshop for the whole family, although it is best suited for people 8 years and older. Caregivers are encouraged to join in but are expected to supervise their children during the programme.

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