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Presented by the Support Network for Indigenous Women & Women of Colour (SNIWWOC) in collaboration with the Matriarch Movement:

Online Yoga & Sharing Circle w/Shayla Stonechild

Please register for FREE to ensure your spot for this Wednesday January 20 @ 6PM PST through Eventbrite. Click the link below!


Click ZOOM link below to join our FIRST session on Wednesday January 20 @ 6PM PST ->

***Password to enter ZOOM meeting will be emailed once registered***

This is an opportunity for Black women, Indigenous women, women of colour, two-spirit, and racialized non-binary individuals to come for a gentle Hatha Vinyasa yoga practice and community gathering in a space where you can show up as you are.

This is a series of FREE yoga sessions that will be offered twice a month throughout 2021. This will be a 45 minute to 1 hour guided yoga and meditation practice led by Shayla Stonechild followed with a sharing circle where we will each have the opportunity to introduce ourselves and share what we wish. The sharing circle is informal and a means to build community. These both will take place online through zoom video conferencing.

During January to April we will be exploring each month a direction of the Medicine Wheel. In January we will start in the East with mental wellness. In February we will explore emotional wellness. In March we will move through to our physical well being and lastly we will end with our Spiritual well being.

Dates & schedule (subject to change):

January Dates - Mental Wellness

Wednesday January 20 @ 6PM PST

Sunday January 31 @ 10AM PST

February Dates - Emotional Wellness

Wednesday February 17 @ 6PM PST

Sunday February 28 @ 10AM PST

March Dates - Physical Wellness

Wednesday March 17 @ 6PM PST

Sunday March 28 @ 10AM PST

April Dates - Spiritual Wellness

Wednesday April 7 @ 6PM PST

Sunday April 18 @ 10AM PST

Each session will be posted on Eventbrite. If your able to attend each session or just a few of them, you can register for each session separately. We will email the zoom link and password to all attendees that are registered the day before and the day of the yoga session. Just a reminder to make sure to check your spam folder and feel free to invite a friend.

About Shayla:

As an Nehiyaw Iskwew (Plains Cree Womxn) from Muscowpetung First Nations, Shayla Stonechild, has always been a catalyst towards Indigenous youth and womxn unlocking their full potential. By reclaiming their voices, bodies and spirits that have been silenced and stolen throughout history. There is a shift happening in humanity right now and she believes the arts, meditation, movement and reclaiming an indigenous worldview is a part of amplifying that shift.

From growing up around her mother’s performing arts company, and continuing on to graduate from “Vancouver Academy of Dramatic Arts” and “Vancouver School of Healing Arts”. She has always been active within her community. She has received the title of “Metis Youth Ambassador of Alberta” and was a finalist for “Miss Teen Canada” representing her hometown, Medicine Hat. Shayla has over 500+ yoga teacher training hours and is currently listed internationally as one of the Top “20 Yoga Instructors of Color to Watch in 2020”. Shayla is an award-winning TV Host of APTN’s documentary series “Red Earth Uncovered”, Yoga Instructor at “CMMN GRND” and Wellness Advocate making waves across Turtle Island.

She is the founder of the “Matriarch Movement" a meditation and movement platform dedicated to bringing awareness to the “Missing and Murdered Indigenous Womxn and Girls” crisis. (#MMIWGT2S+). She most recently partnered with Saje Wellness and RBC as a content creator. She also has a history of collaborations with ‘Right To Play’, ‘Gathering Our Voices’, and ‘Lululemon’.

You can follow her journey on IG: @shayla0h @matriarch.movement

ZOOM Conference calling information:

Zoom Meetings is a way to connect and come together face to face through video and audio from your mobile devices or personal desktop.

***You do not need to have a Zoom account to attend a Zoom meeting or interview. You will be prompted to download the software, once you have clicked on the link that you have been provided. You may also wish to create an account, but that is not required to participate in a Zoom meeting ***

Please feel free to contact Miranda Shannon the Program Coordinator at or through IG @mirlshan with any questions or if you need any assistance with Zoom.

We acknowledge that this event is hosted from the traditional territory of the Lekwungen people, currently and specifically the Esquimalt and Songhees Nations.

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