$0 – $30

Reclaiming our Womb with Candace Hill (Brown Bear Woman)

Event Information

Share this event

Date and Time

Location

Location

Aboriginal Head Start Preschool

14589 108 Ave

Surrey, BC V3R 1V6

Canada

View Map

Friends Who Are Going
Event description

Description

We are at a critical time in our human story. It's been told by many teachers spanning the globe, that the time has come to reconnect with the sacredness of the feminine, in order to go forward in healing ourselves and our relationship with all creation, and Mother Earth.

Candace Hill shares her teachings relating to the cycle of sexuality as a foundation for human life, and the womb as the center of sacred power for women as Life Givers. Brown Bear Woman is a gifted story teller, and weaves her teachings around Moontime (menstrual cycles), blood, sexuality, and conception, with her wisdom, life experience, and traditional knowledge.

Candace, whose traditional Cree name is Osawuskiskwew (Brown Bear Woman), is a woman of mixed ancestry, she is Nêhiyaw-Cree, Anninshanbe-Ojibwa, Scottish, & Irish. She is also a mother, seeker of truth, photographer, who loves the "Art of Seeing", a writer,Traditional Aboriginal Healer, family counselor, and passionate true health activist. This will be an evening of incredible energy, setting the tone for the ongoing series of teachings, regarding issues of decolonizing, and reconnecting to traditional ways of honouring pregnancy and childbirth.

This event will be free for Indigenous families, and $30.00 for the greater community, (raising money for the FRAFCA Indigenous doula program). It is open to women, those who identify as women, girls, and men who wish to honour the sacred teachings for women in thier role as protectors. Members of the birth community, and health care providers wishing to connect with deeper teachings around the cycle of sexuality are warmly invited to attend.

Spaces are limited.

Share with friends

Date and Time

Location

Aboriginal Head Start Preschool

14589 108 Ave

Surrey, BC V3R 1V6

Canada

View Map

Save This Event

Event Saved