A Way of Life, Creating Spiritual and Conscious Awareness 2016

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A Way of Life, Creating Spiritual and Conscious Awareness 2016

Oki, Danitada, Tansi, ãba waθtéč, Good Day,

Thank you to everyone who attended the workshops I hosted in 2015.

I am pleased to announce the Full Day Workshops from 9 am to 5 pm for 2016 are:

Saturday, January 23, 2016
Saturday, February 13, 2016
Friday, March 18, 2016
Saturday, April 16, 2016
Friday, May 6, 2016

Once again, these workshops I share the knowledge, information and tools that will assist you to living a well-balanced and healthier life. This one day workshop will be focused on wellness and spirituality to change your everyday life.

I invite you to contact me for further information. All of these workshops will be located at the Grey Eagle Resort & Casino Conference Centre. I also do workshops by invite as well and I will travel to you; please inquire by email Lowa.Beebe@shaw.ca or phone 403-852-8181.

Please share this with your family and friends within your circle/networks. I invite you to contact me for further information at the phone number listed below or via email, Facebook, Twitter. I encourage you to take advantage of the introductory price of $50.00 and the workshops have limited seating. Feel free to share this with your family and friends within your circle/networks.

Kindest Regards,

Lowa Beebe
Naato’si Design & Consulting Ltd.

#8thfiregathering Lowa Beebe, March 15, 2015

1523731_10153182525701789_7559390894969613011_o-2A way of Life, Social Media and the influence on Indigenous People

Lowa Beebe is from the Piikani Nation in Southern Alberta. Currently, she is the Finance Operations Manager for Eagle Law Group which is a First Nations owned Law Firm and she is the CEO and owner of Naato’si Design & Consulting Ltd.

Lowa will speak on Social Media landscape today. She has thousands of followers on Social Media and is sought for her knowledge on Social Media for various clients. She looks forward to sharing her thoughts on the future of Social Media for Indigenous People.

Major influences on Lowa’s life were her paternal grandfather Elder Howard Beebe Sr. who was an influential political leader and had served as President and co-founder of the Indian Association of Canada and worked for many decades to change laws for First Nation’s people in Canada. Her maternal grandfather was Elder Joe Crowshoe Sr. who was known worldwide for his culture and spiritual teachings of the Blackfoot People of Southern Alberta. Joe was known for keeping his culture and ceremonies alive when Canada made these practices illegal. Lowa is a daughter, mother, aunt, coworker and friend to many.

Her Blackfoot heritage taught her early in her life that volunteering is not chosen; it is a way of life.

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