Kane Harnett (NZ)

Mutu is Maori from the Ngati Kahu tribe of Northland, New Zealand. He has lived in Denmark for the past 18 years and has been at the forefront of profiling the Maori culture throughout Scandinavia and western Europe through his efforts as a founding member of the Danish Maori culture group, Te Waka Nawa and as Haka leader for hakaNOW

 

Kane holds bachelor’s degrees in Law, Public administration and Human Movement. He has combined his business and cultural interests to teach haka and give an insight into his culture and his country.

 

In recent years, Kane has undertaken events for Arla, Novo Nordisk, Hewitt Packard,

Scandinavian Airlines, Verdenskulturcenter, Ministry of Education, Danish Police and

Copenhagen City Council to name a few.
Kane has over 25 years’ experience in Sports Aerobics with tenure as Germany, Finnish and Spanish National Trainer.  Over the years, he has seen his athletes lift 6 world titles. As an elite athlete, Kane represented New Zealand in softball, volleyball and sport aerobics and has completed 6 ironman triathlons.

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