Ee-Des-Spoom-Ooh-Soop

Ee-Des-Spoom-Ooh-Soop, which means ‘the environment that gives the opportunity to guide our lives forward in a positive direction’ in the Blackfoot language, is a culturally based Indigenous healing program for Indigenous parents and families.

Learn more here.

Men’s Drumming & Healing Circle

When: Thursday Evenings (5pm-7pm)

Where: Pekewe House (Please call Marsha Hanson for the address: (403) 615-8598)

This group is led by Frank Turning Robe and Darcy Turning Robe. This is an opportunity to come and share, build life skills, meet some other participants and learn to drum and sing.
This group is open, everyone is welcome.

A light snack is provided.

Drumming Circle

When: Thursday Mornings (10:30am – 12:30pm)

Where: Pekewe House (Please call Marsha Hanson for the address: (403) 615-8598)

This group is led by Darcy Turning Robe. This is an opportunity to come and share, build life skills, meet some other participants and learn to drum and sing.

Lunch and on-site childcare is provided.

In-Home Support

This in-home support is an opportunity for individuals and families to seek guidance, and increase knowledge. This support includes parenting support and information, connection to community resources, etc. and is provided through an Indigenous lens.

Please contact Amanda Paul for more information at (403) 869-5030.

One-on-One Support

Our Ee-Des-Spoom-Ooh-Soop Facilitator, Marsha, can meet with individuals to help support them in addressing challenges and achieving goals. This may involve skill building, discussing family conflict, setting personal goals, connecting with culture etc.

Contact Marsha at (403) 615-8598.

Intergenerational Trauma Healing Group

This is a 6-week Women’s Healing and Teaching Circle. This Circle is run by Kerrie Moore and Marsha Hanson. It is delivered through a holistic approach, experiential activities, and guidance to self-awareness that leads to empowerment, change and interdependence.

Please call Marsha Hanson to register at (403) 615-8598.