We are a community that embraces diversity and inclusivity while being centered around values and a spiritual, nature-based way of living. I teach a remembering of the Mind-Body-Soul spirituality and nature exploration.
~ Angie Henderson
I have an under 1 and over 7 year old but I am finding ways to bring both children into the programming. Although I can't do everything each month, I discover more about what interests my oldest and how to follow what lights her up. I am finally feeling a lot more joy and this work is nourishing my soul, mind and body. I am personally feeling lighter and freer from judgement. As an early childhood educator, I am looking forward to bringing this content with me back to work after maternity leave.
About Tawny, The Woodland Priestess
Tawny Stowe is a Metis business owner who works on the traditional lands of the Anishnabeg and Haudenosaunee peoples now known as Arden, Ontario, Canada.
Tawny is a steward of land and resources which allows her to embody her role as the Woodland Priestess helping parents return home to themselves and their children through a (re)connection to the Earth. She teaches a remembering of the Mind-Body-Soul through the sharing of childrens’ stories, song, food, creative activities, gardening, spirituality + yoga practices, and nature exploration.
Tawny is a Master Reiki Practitioner, has two Permaculture Design certificates, studies animal tracking & herbal medicine, is an oracle reader and has over 400hrs of yoga Teacher Training which includes 100hrs of Children's Yoga.
Tawny is the proud mother of one 5 year old active and curious boy who inspires her to step up as a community leader for better land stewardship practices and spiritual transformation. She volunteers in the homeschool community from Kingston to Brockville and is also a councilor for the Highland Waters Metis Council.