is a curriculum that celebrates the courage and bravery of healing, growing, and connecting. Our original way of being and thinking as indigenous peoples encourages the questioning of life and asks us to think creatively and critically about creation. In this group we hope to spark curiosity of self, creation, conversations about who we are, and where we come from so we may see clearly where it is, that we are going. When we begin seeking out those answers, the lessons of how to develop our mind, body, and spirit are often revealed.
We challenge participants to look inward and examine what are their unique gifts and what is it they will do with them? Each lesson will focus on the stages of development of our indigenous women, in connection to spirit. This model includes the nurturing of mind, body, and spirit of the individual across the life span by strengthening connection to identity, land, and language.
This is a 7 -week course that is co-facilitated with grandmothers, mothers, aunties, and youth. Each lesson includes a culture-based tool, oral history, and language.
For more information about this curriculum or to book a course for your organization please email inquiries to: email@example.com
We are hosting our first in person cohort
Dates: Aprils 13th , 27th
May 11th, 25th
June 8th, 22nd
For in person meeting information and to sign up please email at:
Spots are limited to 10 spots covid19 protocols will be followed
Each week we focus on a stage of life from birthing to elderhood and beyond. We will have opportunity to get outside and connect to the land, water, and medicines. Walking with our mother earth, learning about self, and building relationships provides access to healing. Let's be brave and heal together. This group is open to women of all ages, youth to elders, and those who identify as women survivors and MMIWG2S family members.