Community & Connections
Welcome Wagon provides a welcome visit to those who have moved, had a baby, or started a new business. We provide information and literature about local civic and community services, facilities, and opportunities. We also offer a welcome from several local businesses with a gift or invitation for a gift or service. Anyone wishing to take advantage of these services may visit www.welcomewagon.ca, call 1-844-299-2466, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Drums & Drumming
Drumming is a powerful way to create positive change. Drummaking Workshops, Drumming Circles, Sessions for Community Groups and Schools, Rattlemaking... Call Kellie Welk, Earth Beat Drums, Saskatoon, (306) 227-1660 or email: email@example.com.
Health Food Store for sale in Kelvington, SK. Good clientele. Owner retiring after 14 years. For more information call (306) 327-4391 or (306) 327-9090.
Lydia Maes, Certified Soul Healer and Teacher, Certified TAO Hands Practitioner, Certified Divine Soul Communicator, TAO Calligraphy Healer. Contact her at Lmaes84785@aol.com, 306-306-3377.
Health Food Stores
The Health Bin, 215 Main Street, Kelvington, SK. Offering vitamins, minerals, organic foods, books, candles, personal care and household products, and reflexology treatments. Call (306) 327-4391.
Golden Dove Therapies. Readings and healings by Pearlynn, (306) 653-0845, Saskatoon.
Psychic/Medium, Tammy, 306-370-6405, heavensguidingtouch.com. Reiki Master/Teacher, Hypnosis Therapy, Card Readings. Book today for an unforgettable experience.
Denise’s Massage Therapy – Denise Achtemichuk, RMT. Massage Therapy: Therapeutic, Deep Tissue, Relaxation. Also, Cranial Sacral, Bowen, Myofascial Release, Spinal Touch. Co-op Mall North, 9800 Territorial Drive, North Battleford, SK. For information and appointments, call (306) 446-2222.
The Time of Great Change Has Come! For more than 40 years international journalists have charted the "Story of the Millennium," the emergence of Maitreya, the World Teacher, and the Spiritual Hierarchy of our planet. The World Teacher, the One awaited by all major religions today, has NOW emerged! A great spiritual event is now unfolding. Investigate for yourself! Call 1-888-278-8272 or visit www.Share-International.ca.
We are living at a crucial step in the evolution of humanity. The war between truth and untruthfulness is in full swing and on all levels, both subtle and concrete. Truth will win; it cannot be otherwise. But when?… And especially, how? For answers to these questions and more visit www.personocratia.com and/or call (450) 297-3930.
Natural Foods & Products
Steep Hill Co-op, located at 730 Broadway Ave., Saskatoon, offers organic produce, meats, and other products, bulk foods, local grains, breads, honey & much more! Hours: Mon. 11:00 am–6:30 pm; Tues.-Sat. 11:00 am–5:30 pm. For information call (306) 664-4455 or visit steephill.sasklife.com.
Professional Help Wanted
We are looking for a physiotherapist experienced in working with heart and stroke patients. Canora, Saskatchewan. Can provide rental accommodation. For more information please call Sharon or Michael at 306-563-2031.
Lori Jane Becker, Registered Shiatsu Therapist, at Simply Shiatsu Therapeutic Massage, 1249 – 8th Street East, Saskatoon. By appointment only. Text or call 306-270-9208. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. www.simplyshiatsu.net.
Overeaters Anonymous. Is food a problem for you? Do you eat when you’re not hungry? Do you binge, purge or restrict? Is your weight affecting your life? We are a non-profit twelve-step group that meets weekly (in Saskatoon): Tuesday, 12 noon, W.E. Edwards Family Centre, 333-4th Ave. S.; Saturday, 9:30 am, Wildwood Mennonite Church, 1502 Acadia Dr.; Sunday, 2:00 pm, Grace Westminster United, 505 10th St. E. For more information, visit www.oa.org.
If you are anticipating the loss of a pet or have lost a beloved pet and wish to talk to someone about it or would like to receive bereavement resources, we invite you to call (306) 343- 5322. The Pet Loss Support Group gathers on the first and third Sunday of each month at 2:00 pm at the W. A. Edwards Centre, 333-4th Ave. N., Saskatoon. This is a safe environment and we invite you to bring photos, stories, and share with us. Please join us. Sponsored by Family Pet Cremation Services.
Workshops, Courses & Events
NEW! Become a Sleep Health Educator or Practitioner. Add value to your clients. Increase your income. For course info contact Carolyn Schur, email@example.com.
Transformation Extrapolation Retreat in Manitou. Aug 10, 11 & 12. Moving through feeling to healing, hosted by The Luminaries, Margo Kirzinger and Jennifer Whitfield. www.jenniferwhitfield.com, 306-231-6296.
Shiatsu Workshops: Beginner level, June 24 Level 1; July 22 Level 2; August 19 Level 3. Shiatsu uses finger pressure on acupuncture points to maintain and improve health. Learn prone, side, and supine position treatments to help friends and family. Saskatoon Shiatsu Centre, 306-477-1460, www.koudo-shiatsu.com.
Saskatoon Centre for Spiritual Living. Every Sunday at 10:30 am is a “Celebration.” Inspirational talks based on the Science of Mind® teaching. For more information and location, call (306) 975-2022 or visit www.cslsaskatoon.com.
Ravenheart Equine Learning Centre & Retreat is offering a variety of unique and empowering programs, courses, and retreats for 2018. Located near Duck Mountain Provincial Park. For details visit www.ravenheartfarms.ca and/or call Carol at (306) 542-3557.
Saskatoon Community Healing Initiative (CHI). Connections, healing, co-creative community. For people who need help and want to help. www.chisaskatoon.net, 306-229-1978.
May 4–6: 10th Annual Regina Jane’s Walk Festival will take place in neighbourhoods across the city. Over the weekend hundreds of Regina residents will be taking part in community-led walks where citizens tell stories about their communities, explore the everyday and extraordinary of our city, and connect with neighbours. Jane’s Walks is a free event and is open for everyone to attend. Over the weekend, the walks will examine natural ecosystems, peace and social justice, walkability and bikability of the city, historical monuments, a new gathering place in North Central, and a child's view of the Heritage neighbourhood. For a complete list of walks including schedules, walk descriptions, and a map visit: https://bit.ly/2HuR0k6. For more information contact Laura Pfeifer, firstname.lastname@example.org, janeswalk.org/canada/regina.