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PROGRAMS & EVENTS
Honoured Traditional Healers use traditional Aboriginal approaches to bring about wellness for individuals and/or groups with mental, physical, spiritual and emotional holistic healing needs.
About Pauline Shirt
Pauline is an Elder, Plains Cree, Red--Tail Hawk Clan. Pauline was born and raised on the Saddle Lake Reserve, Alberta. Grandmother Pauline is greatly recognized for her commitment to the Toronto Native community and for her dedication as a teacher and lecturer since the late sixties.Pauline Shirt, a founder of the First Nations School and the Red Willow, are just two examples of her hard work ethic and perseverance to enhancing the betterment of the Toronto Aboriginal community. Today, Pauline serves as a mentor to many Aboriginal youth and young families as an experienced and trusted Grandmother. Pauline Shirt is capable of giving many Teachings and conducts ceremonies as needed.
*Please note that it is customary to give a gift of tobacco to the Healers at each visit. To learn more please contact Brian George, Indigenous Cultural Program Coordinator at: 705.527.4154 x204. To schedule an appointment, please contact CHIGAMIK reception at: 705.527.4154.
This free, drop-in class fosters an accepting, non-judgmental environment to learn and practice different mindfulness exercises and topics each week. Sample topics include, learning how to breathe, awareness of your senses, the power of choice, mindful movement, and mindful pain management. *All levels are welcome! No registration is required.
No registration required, simply drop-in!
The Miijim Market is open to the entire community and offers a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables at an affordable price. Visit the market every Monday from 2pm to 5pm at Operation Grow in Midland for fresh Ontario fruits and vegetables, workshops, food demos and so much more! It's a great way to spend the afternoon with the family!
Click here for more information about the Miijim Market!