Reignite your connection with the Earth this August 20th with Gaisheda Kheawok. She is a tribal elder and Shaman who is hosting this family fun festival at Bygone Days Village in Collingwood. It will include yoga, kids drumming, face painting, a wild edibles walk, massage, storytelling under the trees, voyageur canoe trips in the pond and so much more. Come celebrate the Wisdom of the Earth and spend time out in Nature.
To purchase tickets to attend the In Her Name Festival, please click here.
More about Gaisheda Kheawok
Gaisheda Kheawok is a Medicine Person, Seer, Tribal Elder and Leader of Earth-Based Spirituality. Her ground-breaking work in Shamanic Soul-Based Energy Medicine pioneers the bridge between ancient Tribal Teachings and contemporary counselling practices.
In the spirit of the song lines, Gaisheda moves between Toronto, Lakefield and the Avalon Retreat Centre in the Madawaska Valley. She travels extensively to Sacred Sites around the world and stewards the North American Sacred Sites known as the Avalon Retreat Centre and Magdalene. Her work with the alignment of the Earth energies is highly respected by both researchers and participants within the Earth Mysteries movement.
In 2011, Gaisheda Kheawok's Eldership was consecrated, acknowledging her in the eyes of her community and tribe as an Elder and Peacekeeper. From this day forward she is known as Messenger of the Mother. For more information about Gaisheda click here.