What does Koru mean?
noun: koru; plural noun: korus
a stylized fern-leaf motif in Maori culture
Koru is a Maori symbol of creation, representing change, new beginnings growth, strength and peace. That’s our mission, to help you change, grow, transform and unlock your potential.
Gill regularly writes about psychology, wellbeing and mindfulness for publications including The Guardian, Thrive Global, Medium & HR Zone. She contributes to international publications on everything from wearing red lipstick to toxic relationships (and of course, psychology) being featured in Success Magazine, Refinery 29, She Knows, Dare Magazine, Everyday Power Blog, Accounting News and Stylist Magazine.
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