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Native American Spirituality: Teachings Of The Native American Medicine Wheel
Presenter: Nancy Thompson, 24-Year Student Of Native American Spirituality
Tuesday, March 20, 9:00AM-12:00PM
The Medicine Wheel represents the Native view of the Sacred Web of Life, including respect for Mother Earth and all her inhabitants. It offers a vision of harmony and balance within ourselves, our environment, and all those sharing our planet. Walking the Wheel is a way of doing, being, and becoming that can help us see ourselves as part of the greater Whole. Please join us in this interactive workshop where we’ll explore the path of this spiritual vision through song, movement, meditation and simple ceremony.
Nancy has been a student of Native American philosophy for many years and is a member of the Miniss Kitigan Drum, a non-profit organization supporting the preservation and evolution of Great Lakes Native American traditions. Since retiring, she enjoys reading, hiking, traveling, volunteering, drumming, storytelling, acting in community theater, and taking care of her companion animals. She is a yoga instructor, and teaches yoga weekly at Shalom.
Register & Prepay By Friday, March 16
About Shalom Spirituality Center:
1001 Davis Street
Dubuque, IA 52001
Rooted in Franciscan values, Shalom Spirituality Center offers a sacred space and a peaceful environment, for all who seek to deepen their relationship with God, self, others, and creation.
Offering classes, retreats, seminars, and workshops year-round for the mind, body, soul, & spirit!
Open to everyone regardless of religious affiliation, belief system, or faith background!
Our relaxing, restful, restorative environment is ideal for: prayer, reflection, introspection, mindfulness, meditation, concentration, contemplation, and discernment.
Many of our retreats and programs require a monetary offering and advanced registration in order to attend.
Come experience spiritual growth and personal renewal!