Land as Body. Body as Land.
Water as Body. Body as Water.
When we return to the Land we return to ourselves.
When we remember that we belong to the Land
we remember that we belong to each other.
erynne is an educator, rock-climber, wellness activist and Birth-Doula of mixed ancestry (Michif/Filipina/Celtic).
She comes from sweetgrass & mangoes.
Her academic and personal creative work reflects Land based climate justice leadership, Land-based wellness and Inter-National Traditional Birth work.
She is also the Co-Founder of UATÊ STORIED LEARNING, community partner of Indigenous Womxn Climb and the Nesting Doula Collective.
Grounded in anti-oppressive and radical pedagogical research and relational methodologies, Erynne is committed to decolonial approaches to education, climate justice, community wellness and knowledge sharing.
"I come from many worlds and am trying to find a way to construct a world where they can all fit. I understand processes of decolonization as first a Great Remembrance and thereafter connection to self, others, spirit and the Land".