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Specialists in Native American workshops since 1994, Kaya are acknowledged as an authority in their field and offer Native American workshops with a direct link to genuine teaching. We share music, crafts, stories and wisdom with all ages. It is important to us to acknowledge our teachers and many of our workshopsare designed around the teachings of the Wolf Clan Teaching Lodge.
Traveling the Path of Balance
It has long been the tradition of the Wolf Clan Teaching Lodge/Seneca Indian Historical Society and Grandmother Twylah to reach out to the many Peoples of Noh-yeh-ohnjeh, Motherearth, and share the Earth Wisdom, Prophecy and Philosophy of the Seneca. It is a Dream of Peace long in the unfolding of time coming forward in our consciousness and shared from our hearts...
Drumming – The Frame or Thunder Drum is the traditional instrument for many American Indians and is used for ceremony and celebration. Participants will have the opportunity to play one of these drums whilst singing, dancing and telling stories.
Traditional Songs and Chants – All of the songs and chants we share were taught to us directly and have been sung for many, many generations - The Wolf, Bear and Crow songs are the most popular. We also teach chants and songs from other tribes.
Crafts – The craft workshops we run are more than just an exercise in creating something wonderful - the process of creating is a way to share and explore ideas of personal growth and understanding. The colours and images chosen all have a particular meaning to each individual and their community, family and school. This approach means that Kaya's workshops have been very effective at engaging everyone, even the most disengaged.
Stories – We don't just tell the stories, we make space for the whole group to make the stories come to life with acting, dancing and drumming - everyone is involved in re-telling these wonderful stories with many lessons and hidden meanings waiting to be unearthed.
Traveling the Path of Balance
It has long been the tradition of the Wolf Clan Teaching Lodge/Seneca Indian Historical Society and Grandmother
Twylah to reach out to the many Peoples of Noh-yeh-ohnjeh, Motherearth, and share the Earth Wisdom, Prophecy and Philosophy of the Seneca. It is a Dream of Peace long in the unfolding of time coming forward in our consciousness and shared from our hearts...
Sharing Through Oral Tradition
“Native Oral Tradition, in its very essence, is a heart teaching. When wisdom is shared from person to person; heart to heart the message is sent out and received energetically from one heart to another. This is a direct path with no deviations. The most important aspect of our journey, as guides and teachers, is to touch as many individuals heart to heart as we can, on our mission of Peace.” Nya:weh Sge:no (Thank you for being)
Acknowledgments and thanks to: Seneca Indian Historical Society, Grandmother Twylah - Seneca Nation, Grandmother Kee - Ojibwa tribe, Wolf Clan Teaching Lodge www.wolfclanteachinglodge.org, Bob & Lee Nitsch.
- Can be adapted to suit any theme or objective
- Menu of tried and tested workshops
- Catering for all budgets
- Tailor made or off the shelf events and workshops
- Half day full day staff training, 1 hour workshops,
- after school clubs, whole school assemblies, etc.
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