The Poi were used by both the men and the women for many Māori cultural purposes. It is more commonly used today for song and dance and entertainment. In former times, it was used to help men with training for battle and today is still used for spiritual incantation and passing of traditional genealogy. The poi also represents the flight of the many native birds of Aotearoa and when beaten across the chest, shoulders, hips and forearms it represents the heartbeat of Papatuanuku (Mother Earth).

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