Today’s topic is one that is close to my heart, so many of us are awakening to the importance of our health, and reclaiming our bodies through exercise, becoming more food conscious, relaxing our minds, and most importantly, learning about our culture through the courage and strength of Indigenous philosophies.

As many of you may already know, unhealthy eating habits, lack of body movement, can cause serious mental health issues, such as depression and anxiety, which can be divesting emotionally, physically, spiritually and even economically if you are not prepared financially for some of these things.

Meet one of my favorite Ikwe, the beautiful and caring Jade Harper, creator and founder of SpiritFusion, a yoga practice that infuses a yoga practice with indigenous philosphies, such as the 7 sacred teaches and so much more.

Jade studies indigenous health and wellness, her protocol is to naturally reclaim our mental, emotional and physical health to get whatever health results we desire.

I personally have participated in SpiritFusion’s yoga series, and found the experience to uplift the parts of me I had no idea existed.


In this episode, Jade and I chat….


  • How learning your indigenous language can be medicine, and connects you to land.
  • Over coming complex trauma through healthy eating and exercise.
  • Creating safe spaces for healing.
  • How Yoga saved Jade from living in her grief.
  • Sharing cultures in a respectful manner
  • The importance of conversations around values and honoring who we are as indigenous people

And so much more!


SpiritFusion is set to start its series beginning October 1 to November 12, 2017, every Sunday, at Moksha Yoga, 7-2 Donald Street.

To learn more head over to the Facebook event page at:

And to learn more about Jade, head over to


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