Kin-Nod-Mo-Win Traditional Healing – Jake Ago Neh

Kin-Nod-Mo-Win Traditional Healing - Jake Ago Neh @ Chigamik and surrounding areas

The Kin-Nod-Mo-Win Diabetes program provides traditional wisdom, support and education, as it relates to diabetes, to First Nation, Métis and Inuit people living in North Simcoe Muskoka. As part of the program, honoured Traditional Healers use traditional Indigenous approaches to bring about wellness for individuals who are at risk of acquiring diabetes or are currently suffering from the effects of diabetes (Seesa Bock Wit Opiniah = sugar sickness). 

*Please note that it is customary to give a gift of tobacco to the Healers at each visit. To schedule an appointment and to learn more about the program, please contact Brian George, Indigenous Cultural Program Coordinator at: 705.527.4154 x204. 

When:
December 10, 2018 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
2018-12-10T09:00:00-05:00
2018-12-10T16:00:00-05:00
Where:
Chigamik and surrounding areas
845 King Street
Midland ON
Contact:
Brian George, Indigenous Cultural Program Coordinator
705-527-4154 x204

The Kin-Nod-Mo-Win Diabetes program provides traditional wisdom, support and education, as it relates to diabetes, to First Nation, Métis and Inuit people living in North Simcoe Muskoka. As part of the program, honoured Traditional Healers use traditional Indigenous approaches to bring about wellness for individuals who are at risk of acquiring diabetes or are currently suffering from the effects of diabetes (Seesa Bock Wit Opiniah = sugar sickness). 

*Please note that it is customary to give a gift of tobacco to the Healers at each visit. To schedule an appointment and to learn more about the program, please contact Brian George, Indigenous Cultural Program Coordinator at: 705.527.4154 x204.