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Jase
Te Patu

Award-winning Wellbeing Advocate, Founder & CEO of M3 Mindfulness

Wellbeing is adjusting your oxygen mask before you adjust others.
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Jase Te Patu is a popular TED talk speaker and an award-winning wellbeing advocate with over 30 years of experience in the health and wellness sector.

Current Work

Jase is the Founder and CEO of M3 Mindfulness. Wellbeing, particularly mental wellbeing is Jase’s passion. He facilitates, leads, and inspires many with his simple mindfulness-based techniques that have helped the likes of Hollywood director James Cameron, the All Blacks, the Silver Ferns, Pharmacy Guild of New Zealand, MBIE, Te Tumu Paeroa, NZ Book Awards Trust, Te Rito Maioha NZ, various Kahui Ako Leadership Teams throughout Aotearoa, The Green Party of NZ, The British High Commission, Mental Health and Addictions KPI Benchmarking - Te Pou, Deloitte, Foodstuffs NZ, Restaurant Brands, Huia Publishers, Exercise NZ, AM and Co, and the New Zealand Defence Force and many more corporate clients.

His work at M3 encompasses mindfulness, movement and Maori stories in a series of videos and live sessions taught to teachers, students and whanau members in all school communities.

Jase says: "Yoga, mindfulness and meditation saved my life! I love that I get to share these tools with people of all ages, from tamariki as young as two to CEOs and elite sportspeople. We all need tools to navigate our way through life’s challenges, so I especially love sharing these skills with our school-aged students. Through the mahi of M3, they have the opportunity to stand in their mana as leaders in the future.”

Accolades
Jase has received many awards for his work, particularly in the mental health and wellbeing space. These include the NZ Exercise Industry Awards, 2018 Body/Mind Teacher of the Year, the Lifekeeper’s Award for Suicide Prevention, the Regional Local Hero medal as part of the New Zealander of the Year Awards 2018, and the Absolutely Positively Wellington Award 2019.

Jase is a Voice for Groov formally Mentemia, an Edmund Hillary Fellow and an Ambassador for the international brand lululemon.

As a speaker, Jase delivers a heartfelt, powerful, yet humorous story interlinked with his expertise to guide your audience through the importance of health and well-being.

Expertise
Talking Points

Self-care begins with us

Let’s change the paradigm that taking care of ourselves first is selfish. When we are good, then life is good.
Especially after COVID-19, health and wellbeing is a MUST! Jase breaks down the Maori model of Hauora - Te Whare Tapa Wha, to help individuals, teams and workplaces thrive from taking care of their holistic wellbeing.
Self-care should involve physical, mental, emotional and social wellness. It can be simple and tailor-made. Jase can help you and your team devise a self-care plan implementable today.

The Art of Connection

The Art of Connection is a tool we can all learn to master. In a world where engagement is key, it's not about what is being delivered, it's about the HOW!
Jase has a powerful way of not just delivering the Art of Connection but by being it. He will listen, see and respond to your needs as a company or group. He will make you feel welcome and open to trying new ways to communicate and engage.
This session is about improving the way you deliver your message to the world in a more powerful, potent way.

High performance through Mindfulness

What do 90% of high performance people have in common as a daily practice? Mindfulness Meditation.
If you want the best results from your team without the added stress and anxiety, Jase is the Mindfulness expert. Learn simple, takeaway tips than can shift the thinking of even the most cynical corporate worker.
Owner of award winning Awhi Yoga and Wellbeing, founder of M3 Mindfulness for Children and passionate advocate for mental health and wellbeing, Jase can have your team performing more Mindfully with calmness, clarity, precision and ease.

Stress and the tools to thrive

Stress is at an all-time high post-covid. The questions is, are we all equipped to deal with the day to day stressors, which if not addressed, can amount to breaking point?
Awareness is the key to noticing our stressors and moving through the challenges from not just surviving - but to thriving. Let Jase lead you and your team in a workshop to find tools and skills to mitigate the challenges of life both at work and home!

Make mental and emotional wellbeing a must!

Our mental health is at crisis level here in Aotearoa. Mental health services are stretched to the limit. Jase shares some simple mindfulness, breath and visualisation tools to create a team of mentally well and emotionally intelligent people at your workplace.
Let him share his 30 years worth of experience in the wellbeing industry with a session that is interactive, engaging and powerful!
Media
Feedback
Jase Te Patu was a delight to work with. His calm, down to earth manner made him very relatable with the audience. He was able to get through all the content provided to him while also bringing his own personality and experience into the presentation to bring the ceremony to life. We had a large crowd of 630 guests and he was able to keep them under control and run to time, while also allowing the award winners to savour their moments. I could not recommend Jase as an MC highly enough. Pharmacy Guild of New Zealand

Jase Te Patu hosted a webinar for our people at MBIE, discussing wellbeing, mindfulness and Mental Health. There has been a huge appetite within MBIE to look at Mental Health through a Te Ao Maori lens, and our people were grateful for the opportunity to hear Jase speak. Over 650 people attended the webinar, with an never-before-seen level of engagement from our people. The chat box was on fire as people were eager to share and engage with Jase as he shared with us his personal journey and wisdom. Since the webinar, we have received many grateful emails and requests to view the webinar recording. Jase is a taonga in the wellbeing space. His advice is simple, profound and practical. Nga mihi nui.

Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment

Jase was truly wonderful and led us through the evening with great skill, verve, grace, and good humour. It is a challenging event to run especially as it involves so many categories and so much ‘traffic directing’ of finalists and winners and presenters coming on and off the stage. Plus you had the musicians to direct, the photographer to wait for and the judges to make their speeches. You managed all that so adroitly and intelligently that we actually ended the formalities slightly under the time limit. Ka rawe! You really brought a special touch of magic and aroha to the evening. Many people felt it was the best event for several years, and so thank you for being such a big part of making that happen!

New Zealand Book Awards Trust

I have worked with Jase over the past two years at various events. He is fantastic to deal with and a wonderful facilitator. He is very engaging and down-to-earth and can adapt his presentation to cater to small and large audiences. He is also able to connect to his audience and they love him. Jase provides practical strategies and skills that everyone can implement into their daily lives. He reiterates the importance of being calm, choosing to respond and not just react.

Te Rito Maioha Early Childhood New Zealand

I have seen Jase speak in three different settings recently; to educators, parents and students. Jase’s authenticity and commanding presence constantly win over his audiences, and even those whom I would consider reticent about mindfulness are interested and asking questions by the end of Jase’s session. As someone trying to fight for the place of mindfulness in my school, Jase has been a huge asset in establishing the validity and value of mindfulness, particularly as it relates to the Te Whare Tapa Wha model, which we as a school use to guide our wellbeing programme. As an ambassador for this mahi, there is no one better that I have seen.

Rathkeale College

Jase Te Patu is a professional and skilled master of ceremonies. He listened and responded to the needs and intent behind each component of our virtual event and seamlessly adapted each day to changing audiences. His genuine warmth and ability to draw out key insights in ways that everyone could understand and connect with resonated with attendees and had a notably positive impact on their event experience.

Mental Health and Addiction KPI Programme

In a time of change and uncertainty as our organisation navigated the nationwide realignment of tertiary education reform, we decided to bring teams together in Wellington (120 people) to work as a unified group; all in the one waka - to face the future together. Central to our day was having Jase Te Patu work with us to bring us together - to name the discomfort of change and to offer techniques and ways of thinking to assist minds and hearts, emotions, and reactions. Jase has a fervent style; a clear but thoughtful way of connecting with people; bringing people in, respectfully engaging all; overlaying this with energy, humour and empathy. Jase’s message was clear. Delivered in a warm and genuine way, he curated an experience that was not only memorable but will no doubt stand all in good stead as individuals and colleagues. On a final note, this was a large group so techniques to include all were required and it is here I believe Jase was exemplary. He somehow managed to make the experience feel personal, individual and customised.

Skills Consulting Group

Jase delivered a powerful, impactful session for MHAW to our people. The format of starting with his personal story then sharing practical tips on how to implement Te Whare Tapa Wha into our daily lives, works really well.

Treasury New Zealand

We were thrilled to have Jase as our MC for our Awards Dinner. He has great energy, is professional, was adaptable on the night and we received wonderful feedback, particularly around his incorporation of te reo Maori and tikanga. Thank you Jase for making our Awards dinner so special!

Tourism Industry Aotearoa (TIA)
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