Take a collective breath NZ

An online 60-second event at 11:11am to raise funds for the Mental Health Foundation of NZ









let's all just take a minute

Take a collective breath NZ

An online event to raise funds for the Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand

Wednesday 15th December 2021 at 11:11am

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What is it all about?

Just one minute of breathing can to make a big difference to your wellbeing. So I am inviting all Kiwi’s to dedicate 60 seconds of their time for a great cause.

On Wednesday 15th December, you can join me (CJ) for a live online event at 11:11am for one minute of guided breathing. This is a FREE, all-inclusive event but we would greatly appreciate any donations towards fundraising efforts for the Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand. 

By gathering together at the same time to focus on healthy breathing for just one minute, we can make a significant impact on collectively lowering elevated stress levels across the country. 

People need to know that if they are feeling out-of-sorts, emotional, and uncertain, they are not alone. So gather yourself, your workmates, whanau and friends to join us online. Together we can take just one moment to reconnect and raise money to support those in need.


How to join the event

Simply complete the registration below and we will send you an email with all of the details including how you can join the event live online and donate.

Sharing is caring

This event is all about our collective wellbeing and fundraising for a good cause. So the more people that join, the bigger the impact we can make. 

You can encourage others to join by sharing with others in your workplace, gym, school and community.  If you would like to make a donation use the link below.

Hi I'm CJ

"and I'm on a mission to help New Zealanders stop and take a breath for a minuute"

I’m a qualified Yoga and Meditation Teacher, mum of four, lover of the ocean, chocolate and hot chips! 

I believe that the rapid change of pace over the last month has impacted the collective ‘we’ of Aotearoa that initially helped navigate the countrythrough the first 18 months of the pandemic. 

We are usually busy enough as it is at this time of year, but this year the collective energy out there is at another level. You can really sense a lot higher levels of cortisol, adrenaline, stress and tension. For some people they may have reached levels they have not experienced before.

I wanted to do something to help lift people's spirits, ease hightened emotions and just generally make people feel connected and calmer. I hope that this initiative will be embraced by enough Kiwis nationwide that it will bring people back together so we can move forward as a nation united.

By fundraising for the Mental Health Organisation we also get to give them a boost at a time when their services are in such high demand.