We look forward to this time together to explore the different ways in which we are all interconnected and how to build bridges to reach each other, survivors, and communities.

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Wednesday, April 27 • 12:30pm - 2:30pm
Healthy Spirits, Cultural plan

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The Pandemic has exasperated all areas of trauma; it has disrupted our healing journey in everyday life. And continues to disrupt our balance in serenity, peace of mind, and healing. In addition it has continued to affect our lives with unprecedent grief and loss, financial loss and/or disruption, relationships, and so forth. Consequently, we are faced with having to find acceptance in another way of life to cope and adapt to this “New Normal”.  In this workshop we’ll discuss the four quadrants in the Medicine Wheel – Mentally, Emotionally, Physically, and Spiritually. We’ll look at Healing and Wellness models that can be applied to everyday life to uplift your Spirit. We’ll discuss Sacred and garden foods that positively affect the mind, the body, and the Spirit. Plus we’ll be addressing what praying continuously means, how we can listen to our bodies, our spirit; Knowing how and when to let go of negativity; Knowing how and when to hold on to positive and healing thoughts. In addition, being mindful of what you think, feel, say, and do.

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Topic: Healthy Spirits, Cultural Plan
Date: Apr 27, 2022 12:16 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Glen Pinkham

Yakama Nation
Glen Pinkham is an enrolled member of the Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation. He has been married to Yvette Pinkham going on 36 years. They have three children, Cameron age 35, Shanoa age 30, Dallas age 29. Glen was raised in the Wah Shet ( Seven Drums ), Mckinley... Read More →
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Yvette Pinkham

So. Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribes
Yvette Pinkham, MSW, So. Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribes – Cultural Services CoordinatorYvette has been a Presenter/Facilitator for Women’s Healing Circles. And recently has started a Missing Murdered Indigenous Girl’s (MMIG) group. She bring a wealth of 20+ year’s working experience... Read More →

Wednesday April 27, 2022 12:30pm - 2:30pm PDT