Indigenous Ways of Learning

We practice what we teach

Sacred Medicine Teachings

Indigenous ways of healing with spirit and ceremony. Ideal for Indigenous programs, First Nations, Industry and government relations.

Indigenous Cultural Training & Land Based Learning

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Indigenous Ways

Learn how Indigenous people maintained laws, territories, languages and cultures for thousands of years.

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Sacred Fire Teachings

In the spirit of reconciliation, a sacred fire can open a window to the past and offer a guiding light to the future.

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Medicine Lodge

There are many ceremonies that originate from North America. This is one of the oldest ceremonies in the world.

BUILDING BETTER RELATIONSHIPS

Spiritual Wellness

Spiritual wellness leads to overall wellness. Reconnecting mind, body and spirit can reconnect your entire being.

Spiritual and Indigenous

Reconciling Truth

How do we get passed the past if we don't reconcile the truth? Our workshops offer inclusive and Indigenous ways forward.

Cultural Practices

Our teachings come from elders, mother earth and all of creation. We offer sacred fire teachings and medicine lodge ceremonies.

INDIGENOUS WAYS

Our independence is as sacred as our teachings. We are Indigenous medicine people who practice a sacred way of living.  We are protectors of medicine, protectors of ceremonies, and protectors of communities. As medicine people and healers our mission is simple, bring real medicine to the people and empower them to revitalize their sacred ways.

OUR MEDICINE IS LOVE - OUR CEREMONY BRINGS TRUTH

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Aanii Boozhoo,
I am Grey Cloud and I look forward to bringing a ceremony to your community or organization soon.
Grey Cloud/ Indigenous Healer
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"Aanii Boozhoo,
I am a teacher, a mother, an aunty, a daughter and a survivor. Come ceremony with me.
Lodge Conductor/Helper
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"Aanii Boozhoo,
I conduct teachings for young women and children. I love seeing families smile.
Lodge Conductor/Helper
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Aanii/She^Koli,
Welcome to our world. In our world we practice sacredness so that we can teach sacredness.
Jode Kech/ Indigenous Medicine Man

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