The three-day ‘Sacred Self Awakening, Indigenous Healing Weekend Workshop’ provides indigenous healing practices that will help participants dismantle their trauma patterns and hidden obstacles that have accumulated in response to difficult and painful life experiences. The trauma-informed process acknowledges ones past, while helping participants step into their personal power to reach goals with more self-awareness, ease, and clarity.
Throughout the Indigenous healing workshop, participants will:
- Learn Indigenous healing practices.
- Focus first on the self, and how to share and support others.
- Explore the background of indigenous cultural practices.
- Discover how to get started with personalized rituals and tools for your own growth and healing.
- Learn an indigenously inspired view of the nature of being human in the 3-dimensional world.
- Understand the facets and application of trauma-informed care.
The ‘Sacred Self Awakening, Indigenous Healing Weekend Workshop’ is facilitated by Diane Katsitsawaks Hill and Jordan Teshakotennyons Miller, members of the Bear clan of the Mohawk Nation situated at the Six Nations of the Grand River (Haudenosaunee) Territory in Ontario.
Diane works as an integrative programs consultant and administrates the R.E.A.L. School (Reality Education & Applied Life skills) Leadership Program. She is also Director, Owner & Operator of a private healing lodge & learning center entitled Ka’nikonhriyohtshera: Fostering Emergence of the Good Mind. Jordan is the founder and visionary of the R.E.A.L. School Leadership program. Having worked as a Gen 7 – Role Model for the Motivate Canada Youth Program, Jordan advises Gen 7 staff on the promotion of healthy lifestyles through sport and recreation.
The workshop will be held August 25-28, 2023 at Minnowbrook Conference Center, located on Blue Mountain Lake in the picturesque Adirondack Mountains of New York State.
Interested participants can find details about the workshop and submit their interest here.