Healing workshops will benefit Peace House
June 16, 2015
A day after the Solstice Flute School closes its 2015 classes at the Peaks Hotel, the school’s co-founder Nancy Haga will facilitate a day of Native American healing workshops at the Prospector Convention Center on June 26.
These sessions, which will be held consecutively from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m., will benefit Peace House, a nonprofit organization dedicated to eradicating domestic abuse in Summit and Wasatch Counties.
Registration is $44.44, plus a voluntary donation to Peace House.
"The number four is a symbolic number in the Native American culture and we’ll tell you why during the workshops," Haga said.
All of the healers are Native American and have been through some sort of abuse during their childhood, according to Haga.
"So Peace House is near and dear to their hearts," she said. "The Prospector is even donating the space for these workshops."
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The sessions will be led by Rona Yellowrobe (Cree), Arvel Bird (Paiute) and Juanita Ramos-Corum (Chumash), Haga said.
The workshops are titled Courageous Conversation, Discovering your Animal Totems and Native Storytelling with flutes, bowls, chanting and song
The schedule is as follows:
Participants should bring blankets to sit on and treats to enjoy during the breaks, Haga said.
"We would love anyone and everyone to come and experience this unique and special offering here in Park City and help support Peace House," she said. "We would love to fill the convention center."
Native Healing Workshops will be held at The Prospector Convention Center, 2175 Sidewinder Dr., on Friday, June 26, from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. Registration is $44.44 and can be made by visiting http://www.solsticeflutefest.com or nativehealingworkshops.eventbrite.com . For more information, call Nancy Haga at 435-513-5999 or email email@example.com.
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