sacred medicines for self-care by Awanibiisaagaabawigiizhigook Donna LaChapelle
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About the Event
During our second maskihkiy monday, Awanibiisaagaabawigiizhigook will share plant medicine teachings for self-care, including recipes for sacred teas and baths that can be used for cleansing, healing, and overall wellness. Teachings will include protocols for maintaining good relations with our plant relatives. All are welcome.
Awanibiisaagaabawigiizhigook (Cedar standing in the mist) Donna LaChapelle is an Ojibwe-Dakota woman. She is an enrolled member of the White Earth Nation. Donna's passion is to teach and share all that she has learned from her Elders through a cultural lens that encompasses history, ceremony, song and language. The Elders gave Donna a foundation to build on her life experience and a foundation that is rich in spirit and the value of ancestral knowledge. Donna's education has been life-long in the study of the Healing Arts and American Indian Studies at the University of Minnesota. Donna is a Faculty member for the Center for Mind and Body Medicine, Washington D.C. and carries a Certificate in Aboriginal Focused Orientated Therapy. Donna is a UMICAD Level 1 Addiction Counselor and currently works at the Native American Community Clinic in Minneapolis as the Elder in Residence offering Spiritual care to the community. Her contact information is: email@example.com cell 612-423-1528.
congruent with traditional protocols, maskihkiy mondays are pay-what-you-can with 100% of offerings going directly to the kihtehayah sharing in the current session. sessions are otherwise unfunded. hay hay & chi miigwetch to our kihtehayak for sharing out of generosity & love for our communities.