Bird Clan Messenger is honoured to offer Circles and Ceremonies as part of our work to share Traditional Native Culture & Wisdom.
First Nations people use the circle as the primary form of sharing messages, stories and lessons, and ours include teachings as well as hands-on crafting of Medicine Wheels, Smudge Bundles and other important cultural tools.
We require a minimum of six participants for a circle which will be led by an Elder in our community and an Oshkebewis (helper) when necessary.
The fees for these events provide financial support for members of our community who are respected cultural and spiritual leaders. Their work is of great importance, and in the tradition of our Ancestors is supported by the community and people they share their teachings with.
Bird Clan Messenger’s community of Elders and Oshkebewis includes Spiritual Teachers, Storytellers, Historians, Artists, Musicians, Drummers, Ceremony Leaders, and courageous warriors who are willing to share their personal stories of horrific tragedy and inter-generational trauma.
We are honoured to work with churches, businesses, government agencies, and communities to create our sharing circles, and look forward to hearing from you.
Teaching and Sharing Circles
- Land Acknowledgement Ceremonies
- Medicine Wheel Workshops
- Grandfather Teachings
- Bird & Feather Medicine
- Indigenous Food & Cooking
- Plant Medicine
We thank you for your interest and look forward to sharing our stories with you. For more information about how Bird Clan Messenger can help you and your group learn Native Culture and Wisdom, contact us here.