Well Wāhine – Providers

Inner Vibrance

Inner Vibrance centres on feminine empowerment, connection & holistic wellness for girls, mothers and women. Aisling’s offerings and services include – women’s circles, pregnancy circles, wellbeing workshops for teens, holistic menstrual cycle education, womb healing, empowerment coaching, teen mentoring & yoga. She passionately holds space for women to see their own light, know their own power and feel their own love.

Gisborne Netball Centre

Gisborne Netball Centre – creating netball opportunities to support and inspire our netball community to love and grow the game! Saturday netball for seniors. Friday and Saturday netball for future ferns.

Surely Skate

We are a group of girls, encouraging other girls and women to skate!

Functional Again

To provide personalised, precision medicine in partnership with individuals, families and the community using an ancestral, root-cause approach. Amanda is the Women’s Health expert. She has a doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine, many years as a practicing midwife and a keen interest in women’s athletic performance.

Salt Shack Surf School

Salt Shack Surf School was started by brother and sister duo, Holly and Jay Quinn, both World-class surfers and qualified Surfing New Zealand coaches. Weekday surf lesson sessions run Mondays and Wednesdays for Kids and Ladies, Workshops are released each month for advanced coaching with guests coaches. School groups and coaching events can be booked privately.

Well Nutrition

Well Nutrition is a private practice based in Te Tairāwhiti Gisborne, founded and operated by NZ Registered Dietitian Kate Rhodes. An expert in food, nutrition and health, Kate offers clinical consultations in a range of specialist areas tailored specifically for you. In-clinic consultations are available in Gisborne as well as an online consultation service offered within New Zealand.

Women’s Native Tree Project Trust

A funky group of good people who want to see Tairāwhiti cloaked back in native flora. We grow our own native trees and gift them to community spaces.

Talk Peach

Here to educate the public on the early and often subtle signs of gynaecological cancers, and to empower people to advocate for their health. We’re also here to help those who have been diagnosed, to ask the right questions, and advocate for themselves if they aren’t being listened to.

YMCA Gisborne

The Y-Fitness offers first class service, an extensive variety of equipment including over 30 cardio machines and great facilities. Get the benefits of exercising today. We have numerous classes to suit all abilities.

The Yoga Room

The Yoga Room invites you to begin or continue your yoga practice under the guidance of our highly qualified and experienced teachers.

Bebe’s Blends

A newly established side hustle in it’s infancy. Creating hand made cosmetics with household staples, blended with a touch of rongoa and loving energy. Using natural ingredients and creating environmentally friendly products are core values in this kaupapa.

Poverty Bay Hockey Association

Poverty Bay Hockey Association represents all Hockey in Tairāwhiti from all ages, starting from juniors all the way to masters. We provide many different programmes with many different opportunities to join which encourages our whanau to get involved and keep our sport flourishing. There is something for everybody!

Badminton Eastland

A centre for all things badminton in Tairāwhiti. Badminton Eastland offers a range of programmes from school competitions, junior clubs, coaching, senior rep teams and coaching.

Habit Health

Habit Health provides altogether better health for your best life, supporting people to stay active and reach their fitness goals, recover from pain or injury through personal health services and by ensuring safety at work through occupational health.

Good Folk: Dances from Planet Earth

Community dancing inspired by the World. They meet once a month for an evening of international folk dance, followed by supper. No partners or experience needed.
Cosy Folk is a smaller, weekly dance-off for enthusiasts – often on a Saturday afternoon. All welcome.

Vesna Radonich – International Paddling Coach

World champion, hearing impaired paddler Vesna Radonich, mum, shares knowledge that helped shaped her to become the worlds best. Vesna helps paddlers to be faster & smarter on & off the water through coaching, memberships, mentoring and workshops

Gisborne Volunteer Centre

Gisborne Volunteer Centre supports and promotes volunteering in our community. For those interested in volunteering, they can point you in the right direction; for those community groups needing volunteers, they can help you.

Huringa Pai

Huringa Pai is positive community development and whānau ora at its best – for the whānau by the whānau.

Gisborne Harrier Club

A running and walking club dedicated to having fun and keeping fit with family and friends!

Contemporary Dance for Adults Gisborne

A dance class for adults. It is an open level class but ideally suited to former dancers or those who have trained in dance.

Poverty Bay Rugby Football Union

Formed in 1890 the Poverty Bay Rugby Football Union governs rugby union within the Gisborne region surrounding Poverty Bay.

There are seven rugby clubs within the region. Poverty Bay has a proud and rich history – with 17 All Blacks coming from our region, plus many more current and past Super Rugby players.

Gisborne Basketball Association

Gisborne Basketball Association endeavours to promote and develop basketball to be a preferred sport in Gisborne, NZ.

Ask Alice

Ask Alice is a small business based in Gisborne, New Zealand.

We provide grassroots technology education and design services to small businesses, social services and individuals.

We help you learn new skills for your business and home life, saving you time and money.

Mareikura Waka Ama

Manawa Hine Kaupapa, has been a dream of Aotearoa Waka Ama Stalwart Raipoia Brightwell. Raipoia along with a few friends at Tairāwhiti Hauora have presented Mareikura with an initiative to support women’s wellness mentally, physically and spiritually through waka ama races, workshops and activities, over the next few months and into the future. At this point we invite all our girls, ladies, unties, midgets, Inties, Juniors, Opens, Masters, over 70s whānau members, novice beginner, experienced to come on this journey with us.