Sir Graham Henry and Kees Meeuws speak at Fiordland Men’s Muster
Men’s Health Week / June 17-19, 2021
Support men’s wellness journey through Men’s Muster 2021 and a community struggling with post-COVID economic realities; both Sir Graham Henry and Kees Meeuws speak and participate with those attending the event.
A men’s health and wellness event that combines learning, camaraderie and community with a Lake2Lake challenge for some competition, fun and success; participants will have to come out with having learned something new, tried something new … and hopefully they are equipped to apply something new in relation to their own well-being.
Designed to elevate participants, Men’s Muster features pieces of education, exploration, commitment, challenge, and fun; reward participants with strengthened connections, collaboration, and community. All the critical elements for strong health and continued well-being.
Groups of 4 classmates; or co-workers come to Men’s Muster as a team and participate
at the Lake2Lake Challenge (individual tickets can also be purchased).
An inaugural event during Men’s Health Week in June 2021, Men’s Muster promises amazing Keynotes, great workshops (work-life balance), great insight (Conrad Goodhew, Chris Skellet) and opportunity to explore Fiordland (scheduled leisure).
• Who: men aged 35 to 55
• What: Blokes wellness event in Fiordland
• On: Te Anau
• When: from 17 to 19 June 2021 (COMPRESSED agenda)
• Why: Do it for yourself, do it for those you love
• Quantity: reduced prices until May 27
“Men’s Health Week is recognized around the world every June and reminds us annually that we are not invincible, that we do not have all the answers and, really, our health belongs to both those we love and ourselves. ”
Mark Sainsbury and Tim Greene
Directors, Men’s Health Week NZ
Find us on (www.mensmuster.com) or on Facebook
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