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.
Taranaki is a region in the west of New Zealand’s North Island. It is named after its main geographical feature, the stratovolcano of Mount Taranaki, also known as Mount Egmont.
The main centre is the city of New Plymouth. New Plymouth is in North Taranaki along with Inglewood and Waitara. South Taranaki towns include Hāwera, Stratford, Eltham, and Opunake.
Manawatu–Whanganui is a region in the lower half of the North Island of New Zealand, whose main population centres are the cities of Palmerston North and Whanganui.
The name Manawatū is a compound word that originates in an old Māori waiata (song) that describes the search by an early ancestor, Haunui-a-Nanaia, for his wife. He named various waterways in the district. The waiata “Ka tatū e hine ko Manawatū” describes how his heart (manawa) settled or momentarily stopped (tatū) when he saw the Manawatu River.