In late 2021 we will be launching our Elemental Collective Wild Calendar, featuring our Guardians in their primary element. Our calendar will be launched in the early Winter, for the Calendar year 2022 Here are a few teaser shots from our photo shoots, the Wild Archetypes.
Images captured by one of our brilliant photographers, Belinda White, Apple Star Photo (Facebook Page)
Here is a sneak peek of our upcoming Winter/Spring Curriculum being offered by some of our Guardians. Our offerings take effect January 6th.
Elemental Academy Calendar~Curriculum 2021
Season: Summer 2021
Materials: Wood, Stone, Bone, Dirt, Flesh, Plants, Breath
Missions: Land Restoration, Hunting/Gathering, Growing, Crafting, Adventuring, Stillness, Story Crafting, Musical Expression
Virtues: Team Work, Accomplishment, Peace, Connection, Skill Sets, Freedom, Flow, Dance
Bear Cubs, Ages 5-11 (Monday & Friday)
$25 Drop-in, $5 goes to Save the Shire Fund
10 x Punchcard $225, @$25 savings, and $50 to Shire
Daily Practices of the Wild:
Guardian Mission and Tuning in Exercise, Art/Journaling/Work Book, and both a Seasonal and Yearly Guardian Badge
Wolf Pack, Ages 13-99
Sundays, 12-6, January 19th – March 8th
Re-discovering and practicing the Art and Craft of the Human Animal, hunting, tracking, martial arts, shelter building, survival skill sets, wild play for adults.
Deer Tracks, All ages welcome (Alternating Saturdays, bi-monthly)
🦌: Walking softly through the land, gathering, gardening, Wild-crafting, Herbs, Yoga, Awareness, Restoration Missions
Walk on the Wild Side (Guided Local Walks with tea/lunch 🐐we’ll be with Goats again )
Speak Easy Friday Elixir Bar/Outdoor Lounge (bi-monthly)
With Cob Oven Pizza Nights, Wild Food Fridays, Movies, Music Jams and more….
Elemental Spa (Monthly)
Digital Knowmad: a course in multimedia production: music, imaging, movies, presentations, websites, and more
Brothers of the Wolf Monthly Men’s Campout
Vision Quest/Sitting Spot Sponsorship
Nature’s Chef Academy – Wild Culinary Arts Program
Rewild your kitchen! This is a program to enrich more nature into your culinary arts. Through the powers of the wildfoods & sacred culinary techniques you will be on your way to be nature’s best allies. A series of 10 workshops over 4 months covers practises that go beyond your standard cooking class. From sustainable foraging to processing and preserving to taking it to the plate. You will have a better understanding of the relationship we once had with the land we inhabit. You are invited to ignite your inner Nature’s Chef!
If your a chef interested in bringing more foraged foods into the food you serve, or cooking in remote locations for eco-tourism or if you are a big nature loving foodie that loves to prepare food at home then this may be the course for you!
Guided by Chef Tom Kral and his featured co-facilitators, we bring you this series of workshops designed for you to become Nature’s Chef.
Day 1 Mar.1 – Cooking without a Kitchen – Food-safety
Day 2 Mar.8 – Food Chi Fermentation – Wildfood fermenting
Day 3 Mar.15 – Ales for what Ails you – Living beverages
Day 4 Mar.22 – Spring Forage – Wild plant botany
Day 5 May.3 – Cob Oven Baking – Sourdough bread & Earthen cooking
Day 6 May.24 – Succulence of the Sea – Seaweed harvesting & cooking
Day 7 May.31 – Wild Game Preserving – Pemmican, Pate, Smoked Fish
Day 8 Jun.7 – Stocking the Pantry – Condiments, flavourings, powders
Day 9 Jun.21 – Bushcraft Culinary Tools – Spoon, pot holder, tongs
Day 10 Jun.28 – Final Exam Day – Put your skills to the test, receive diploma
To register yourself for this wild culinary opportunity and to receive your Nature’s Chef diploma please message the chef to apply.
You must be of adult age or have consent from a parent or guardian.
Cost $800 plus taxes *includes food and materials. Payment installments can be arranged, please contact the chef for any inquiries.
Limited space for only 8 students.
If you are not able to commit to the program you are open to take part in each workshop individually.
Jenn’s Svarupa Teachings
Reiki levels 1 & 2
Quantum theories – Relativity of Conversation; a three part series of “relativity” and “reality”
Back to Basics – 3 part series on energy and your practice basics –
energy Centres and exchange.
Cultivating and growing your herb and food garden- “food, medicines, and ruitul”
-“wild garden”, reclaiming space.
- basics on drying and keeping herbs, and food crops. Sowing to harvest for use.
-cuttings and grafting.