Sacred Art & Healing Experiences: Navajo & Tibetan Sandpainting Traditions

Sandpaintings & Sacred Teachings Fri. April 14, 1-3pm, $20

On April 14, 2017, at the Institute of Traditional Medicine in Toronto, ON, Juanita Peters (Walking Thunder)*, Dine/Navajo Traditional Healer and Urgyen Gyalpo, Tibetan Buddhist monk and accomplished artist, will create sandpaintings from their respective traditions and share their sacred teachings and songs. Join us for a special afternoon learning about two rich healing traditions.

Peyote Plant Medicine: Sat. April 15, 1-3pm, $25

On April 15, 2017, join us for a rare opportunity to meet and learn with Dine/Navajo Elder & Medicine Woman, Walking Thunder*, as she shares her stories and teachings on the traditional Dine sacramental use of Peyote in the Native American Church.  Learn how this healing plant medicine and ceremony have served indigenous communities for centuries. Walking Thunder is a highly regarded Medicine Woman (Hataali) in her territory, and her teachings and wisdom are not to be missed.

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*Some private sessions available with Walking Thunder. Email for details.