Upcoming Sessions

March 7th, 2019 – Weaving: Connection, Strength, and Cultural Continuity with Carrie Anne

March 7th, 2019 – Weaving: Connection, Strength, and Cultural Continuity with Carrie Anne

Haida Weaver, K’iinuwaas, Carrie Anne Vanderhoop, will speak about weaving and relationship to land and connection to ancestors.  She will tell weaving stories, describe weaving materials, designs and techniques and share how being a weaver has guided her work and life. Carrie Anne is the daughter of Evelyn Vanderhoop and granddaughter of Delores Churchill of […]

February 21st, 2019 – Role of an Ally with Kim Haxton from IndigenEYEZ

February 21st, 2019 – Role of an Ally with Kim Haxton from IndigenEYEZ

    This workshop is intended for activists, leaders, educators, and changemakers. Any individual interested in equipping themselves with the right tools, understanding, and community necessary to walk through this challenging time in a good way. Through experiential activities and culturally appropriate use of Indigenous tradition and knowledge, we will look at some frameworks that […]

February 28th, 2019 – Functional Medicine: a revolutionary approach that honours Indigenous perspectives on health and wellness with Daniele Behn-Smith

February 28th, 2019 – Functional Medicine: a revolutionary approach that honours Indigenous perspectives on health and wellness with Daniele Behn-Smith

During our time together with Dr. Danièle Behn-Smith we will describe what functional medicine is, how it is different from the current medical approach and how it Aligns with First Nations perspectives on health and wellness Promotes cultural safety and humility in practice and Addresses the root causes of illness which leads to improved and lasting […]