At Proactive, we focus on our Four Corners of Health approach to underpin the way in which we WORK with the people in our care. Our Four Corners of Health approach focuses on Function (physical activity) Mindset, Nutrition (what we eat), and Sleep form the foundation of our health.
This is relevant whether we are recovering from illness, from injury, working to improve our wellbeing or striving to become the best version of ourselves.
Our Four Corners of Health approach means we work with you to build the knowledge and insight needed to improve your wellbeing, you will have a platform from which to thrive.
Northland is the northernmost of New Zealand’s regions. New Zealanders sometimes call it the Winterless North because of its mild climate. The main population centre is the city of Whangārei, and the largest town is Kerikeri.
The western coast is dominated by several long straight beaches, the most famous of which is the inaccurately named 88 km stretch of Ninety Mile Beach in the region’s far north.
The east coast is more rugged and is dotted with bays and peninsulas. Several large natural harbours are found on this coast, from Parengarenga close to the region’s northern tip, then Whangaroa Harbour, and past the famous Bay of Islands down to Whangārei Harbour, on the shores of which is situated the largest population centre.
Auckland is the largest urban area city in New Zealand. The region encompasses the Auckland metropolitan area, smaller towns, rural areas, and the islands of the Hauraki Gulf.
On the mainland, the region extends from the mouth of the Kaipara Harbour in the north across the southern stretches of the Northland Peninsula, past the Waitākere Ranges and the isthmus of Auckland and across the low-lying land surrounding the Manukau Harbour. The region ends within a few kilometres of the mouth of the Waikato River. It is bordered in the north by the Northland Region, and in the south by the Waikato region.