This is the 3rd monthly free public program offered in Ontario by our Sahaja Yoga meditation volunteers.
Day: Saturday, March 12, 2016
Location: Seniors’ Centre in Auditorium.
Address: 2285 New Street, Burlington, ON, L7R 1J4
(Central Park adjacent to the Central Library and Arena)
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Nancy Rowe is a Mississauga, Ojibwe of the Aanishinaabek Nation located at New Credit First Nation, ON. Nancy holds an honors BA in Indigenous Studies and Political Science. She is an educator, consultant and a Traditional Practitioner of Aanishinaabek lifeway’s, views and customary practices and is currently completing a Master’s degree of Environmental Resource Studies at the University of Waterloo. She is an avid volunteer who co-ordinates Kinomaagaye Gaamik, a grass roots initiative to provide educational opportunities for all peoples interested in Indigenous perspectives of life, health, education, history and the environment. “Education is the doorway through which we all can create a common ground and understanding of not only Indigenous Peoples but also, and more importantly, our environment.”
Ojibwe First Nations Peoples’ TEACHINGS “Honor Song for Strong Woman” Dance & Song performance
Remember: This FREE Event is Open to All. Families with children are most welcome.
We will make relevant connections & celebrate them all!
This Public program will offer: Music, Dance, Meditation, Inspirational Traditional Knowledge, Intro to Sahaja Yoga, Energy Workshops, Connections and Surprises.
It Promises to be: Profound and Inter-Active, Fun and Smart, Pleasantly Challenging, Relaxing. Life Changing!
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org | 905-484-2068.
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