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Mindfulness and Horses
Off Campus
Instructors: Mary Rostad, Oriane Lee Johnston

Slow down into “horse time”. Horses live in the present, moment by moment. In their company we experience the fluidity of our own mind states, emotions, body sensations and energy. In their "field" of consciousness we move into a natural presence and peace beyond our everyday cognitive awareness. Experience breathing and body meditations, quiet reflection with the herd, interactive, safe and comfortable time with the horses, and a deepened sense of your authentic, disarmed, self. Everyone is welcome.

$215.00 CAD
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Thriving Wild: Rewilding, Wilderness Survival,...
Off Campus
Instructors: Daniella Roze

Learn the art of thriving and what it means to be truly human. Learn to identify, harvest, and prepare wild plants for food and medicine. Make a healing salve. Practise the ancient technique of creating friction fire with a bow and drill. Expand your senses to hear the language of the Earth and join a space where you can speak your empowered truth and listen with your heart. Step into joyful living, while building authentic connections to self, community, and the Earth!

$95.00 CAD
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The Kitchen Garden
Off Campus
Instructors: Wendy Morton

Share in the secrets of a long-time gardener and discover how to grow vegetables all year long to the delight of your family and your friends. Learn how to care for your soil, keep your compost churning, grow food in containers, and cultivate a year-round garden. Explore the possibilities of growing crops in cold frames, greenhouses, raised beds, and in the ground. Everyone will go home with new inspiration for a lovely kitchen vegetable garden.

$30.00 CAD
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Drum Making: Ceremony and Practice
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Instructors: Glenn Patterson

In this course, participants learn how to make a drum, bringing back the voice of the beings that offered their lives for its making. Through this practice, participants will embark on a journey of self-discovery and gratitude for all beings with which we share this Earth. Through collective work and the sharing of experience in relation to the good work conducted, we will acknowledge and create our own ceremony of gratitude to strengthen our bond as a community. All supplies included.

$175.00 CAD
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Wild Teas: A Field Trip
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Instructors: Jay Rastogi

Spend an afternoon walking the field and woods, observing and gathering wild plants which can be used to make tea (technically herbal infusions). The diversity and abundance of plants for herbal teas is great and, other than some wild berries, perhaps the easiest of wild plants to incorporate into your food habits. Learn plant identification plus wild foraging ethics and skills. Bring a cup and drink in the wild!

$55.00 CAD
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