Strong Woman Journey connects Indigenous Women with their culture, regenerative skills and their vision for their future.
To facilitate a therapeutic journey for Indigenous Women to empower them with regenerative skills, connection and experiences; to find their purpose and strength to step into their future.
Trees of Tomorrow Women's Circle is a sacred gathering where women of all backgrounds can come together to deepen their connections with each other and the earth. Through the wisdom teachings of Indigenous Elders from Nakota Sioux, Nehiyaw/Cree, and Dene traditions, we will learn how to become the trees for future generations - rooted in love, wisdom, and grace. Join us in this powerful circle of sisterhood, where we will plant the seeds of hope and healing for a brighter tomorrow.
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Elder Monica Rain
Monica Rain is from Stoney Sioux Nakoda Nation and is Elder with teachings and mentorship from her grandmother; a Stoney Sioux Nakoda Elder and medicine woman. Monica is involved in projects and Indigenous Communities across the province providing traditional teachings, ceremony, traditional crafting and medicine teachings.
She is known for her work in the I .A.M. Collective, Indigenous Tourism Alberta, University of Alberta and Alberta Social Services. She is also a devoted mother to 9 children, a former foster parent and has a vision to connect children in care with traditional teachings to give them hope and a future connected to their Indigenous self and creator.