Native Youth Wellness Warrior Camp

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Native Wellness Institute says
The Native Wellness Institute’s annual summer youth gathering has a new name! It will now be called the Native Youth Wellness Warrior Camp. The four-day gathering will focus on leadership development with an emphasis on finding and using your voice. As always, the gathering will start with a medicine tie ceremony. Additional topics and activities will be a Native Wellness Extravaganza where youth will prepare performances of song, dance, spoken word, skits and infomercials to be shared with their peers and local community. Youth will engage in activities to help their physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being. Activities will include traditional games, learning to better live in balance and have a greater understanding of culture and spirituality to help them find their place in the world.

Youth will meet and network with other Native youth from around the country and get to participate in a day of activities at the Nike World Headquarters. Camp participants will stay on the beautiful campus of Lewis and Clark College.

Registration Fee: $375
Registration fee includes lodging, all meals starting with dinner on the 27th and concludes with lunch on the 30th, training sessions, activities and all special events. One adult chaperone per 5 youth will be asked to attend and pay the registration fee.

Training Topics:
Native Wellness
Native Leadership
Culture and Spirituality
Healthy Risk Taking
Healing from Grief
Finding Your Voice

Who Should Attend:
Native youth ages 12 to 18 who want to create and maintain a healthy life.
Native youth who are drug, alcohol, tobacco and violence free.
Native youth who want to learn athletic skills and attain better physical fitness.

For more information visit our website:
www.NativeWellness.com
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By: Native Wellness Institute

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