Bored of your everyday Pekoe tea?
Then come try tasty herbal teas that have beneficial prosperities for your health and wellbeing.
Can you use them any other way? You sure can!
Let’s have fun and do a taste test! Learn how to harvest your own and some useful information that may surprise you!
Join Gail whitlow the owner of Ancestral Voices
Gail Whitlow, born into the Mohawk Nation of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) – Six Nations Confederacy. Mother of 5, Grandmother of 15. Gail resides on the Six Nations of the Grand River Territory First Nation.
Pipe Carrier, Traditional Healer, Medicine Keeper, Helping others on their healing journey through counsel, therapies and helping one to understand how to activate their personal healing journey. Massage Therapist (Relaxation, Aromatherapy, Hot Stone, Seated Chair), Reflexology, Reiki (Master and other advanced levels), Therapeutic Touch (Advanced levels), Jin Shin High Touch Acupressure, Quantum Touch, Crystal Therapy, Energy Balancing, Hypnosis, Phytotherapy, others
The path to peace is a lifelong journey of personal development. My role is to assist those with a desire to walk a healing path. Sharing culture, ceremony, knowledge, medicine, healing modalities and more through workshops, individual sessions and lectures.
Provide: Tea for tasting and appetizers
There will be tea for purchase
Location: Chiefswood Park Tall grass prairies.
To Register: We only have 20 spots available to get a spot call 519-752-3969