Practise as Ceremony
Cultural Teachings, Ceremony, Cultural Camp
The Practise as Ceremony team provides cultural services to all community members from different knowledge holders on the cultural team. The team consists of men and women, cultural connectors from different areas of Alberta and Saskatchewan of Treaty 6, 7 and 8 and the teachings are from the land and all its creation. The Practise as Ceremony team uses the Sundance model as an analogy to guide us all on our journeys in knowing what family and community all play a role in our lives. As we go forward, we’re in constant learning about who we are and the connection to all living things. We are all connected.
The Practise as Ceremony team provides Indigenous teachings to the community
- Indigenous Cultural Teachings
- Medicine Wheel Teachings
- Woman and Men rites of passage
- Medicine Teachings
- Tipi Teachings
- Elder Teachings
- 1-on-1 Elder Support
- Tobacco Protocols
- Singing Teachings
- Language Teachings
- Annual Cultural Camp
- Pow-wow Practice
We, the Practise as Ceremony team take great pride in our team and their origins of teachings to ensure all participants gain knowledge of the Indigenous culture and find a sense of connection and belonging. All our teachings start in ceremony (Smudge and Prayer), and end in ceremony.
Our Program and Services are open to everyone!