header

Current Dates - List

Title Date Time Venue Address City Options Price Seats Map SHOP CART
The Warrior's Roadway December 04, 2019 6pm - 8pm Aboriginal Health Centre 36 King Street Brantford 0.00 8 Map
Previous Record Back to Records Next Record
Workshop Info (1)
Warrior's Roadway LIVE online

0
Previous 1 of 1

Brief Overview: Oz describes The Warrior's Roadway as "exercises for self discovery." The goal is to give students the tools to become Warriors of the Spirit. With these practices students learn to find the inner strength, courage, grace, forgiveness and compassion to be able to weather the hardships of life with love, dignity and honour.

Full Description:

LIVE, ONLINE AND INTERACTIVE WITH YOU!

***Due to the global situation, we're bringing the Warrior's Roadway online this year to continue to connect with the community. We're very excited as this is an opportunity to reach a wider audience as we are not limited to a number of seats in a physical space. This means if you have taken this course before, or are completely new to it, you can register. We are capping the registration at 100 participants.

Please contact the Aboriginal Health Centre to register.

Phone 905 544 4320 ext. 245 ask for Elaine

or email Elaine Lee elee@dahac.ca

Take advantage of this opportunity to learn methods and techniques not only in spiritual development but also promoting sound mental health and wellbeing from the comfort of your own home without the hassle of having to drive anywhere.

We have chosen a live platform, in a video conference style, that is NOT going to be recorded, so that pertinent questions can be asked and responded to in real time. Once we leave the platform all data is erased, this will protect your identity and your opinions from being attacked by negative commentary. Again, THIS CLASS WILL NOT BE RECORDED. We will only be taking attendance for our documentation purposes.

We’ve done careful research to find the platform best suited for people with varying accessibility and experience in video conferencing. The one we have chosen has the LEAST amount of bells and whistles, making it very simple to use. You can also connect simply by telephone too as audio only for the meeting. Its important to us that the Warrior’s Roadway be as accessible as possible.

Our community has no fear-mongering, no political or religious agenda, and we'd like to keep it that way. We reserve the right to remove anyone who is acting inappropriately (using unnecessary foul language or who fails to mind courtesy and proper etiquette) but not without fair warning. We also reserve the right to re-admit anyone who has been removed if they comply with proper courtesy: Just because you get sent out doesn't mean you have to stay out, we are after all building a community of growth. Our previous tests with this platform have not required us to voice these rules or enforce them in anyway. Everyone has been not only courteous but they have been friendly and helpful and above all, loving.

Thank you for your time and support. Please share this with any friends or family whom you think might benefit, especially during this time of isolation. We look forward to sharing and building this online, live, community.

Kind regards!

****


The Warrior's Roadway With Oscar (Oz) De Los Santos 

Considered an honourary "Elder" by some of the members of the Six Nations, Oz will be teaching his "Warrior's Roadway" online for the de Dwa Da Des Neh's Aboriginal Health Centre .

The Warrior's Roadway is an applied Spiritual Technology based in traditional teachings from around the world, the Medicine Wheel, the Southern Cross and Shamanic techniques, but with the pragmatic modern philosophical foundations, this makes the Warrior’s Roadway accessible, practical and immediately useful to most of life’s challenging issues.

The Warrior’s Roadway draws on martial arts principals for self-discipline focus and meditation, the Medicine Wheel for balance and structure, Shamanic concepts for spiritual foundations, and the Southern Cross for philosophical principals. It contains 47 abstract cores, 52 experiential exercises, and a one word life root.

The goal is to give students the tools to become Warriors of the Spirit. With these practices, students learn to find the inner strength, courage, grace, forgiveness and compassion to be able to weather the hardships of life with love, dignity and honour.

Oscar (Oz) De Los Santos - is a Spiritual Warrior in all aspects of life. It has been his relentless pursuit for an effective personal truth from which the teachings of the Warrior's Roadway emerged. He is a South American medicine man, teaching at the de Dwa Da Des Neh's Aboriginal Health Centre for the past 14 years. Oscar has dedicated his life to this work and it is expressed in many forms. He has taught at colleges and universities, is an artist, a sculptor, a poet, a musician. He is well learned in herbs, martial arts, sacred geometry, and is versed in many of the world’s traditions and religions, both past and present.

He is frustrated by unrealistic claims by groups that may prey on human's desires for "magical solutions."

The Warrior’s Roadway is a call to sensibility, a return to the simplicity of what worked for our ancestors who lived through some of the most challenging of circumstances and is still applicable to us today.

 

Wed. evenings 6-8pm

Begin Wednesdays 6pm-8pm, April 29 - Aug 12, 2020

This is an online video conference platform.

Please contact the Aboriginal Health Centre to register.

Phone 905 544 4320 ext. 245 ask for Elaine

or email Elaine Lee elee@dahac.ca