TALKS AND WORKSHOPS
with Aboriginal Speaker Brenda MacIntyre
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songs, her music, her words, her very
being send a delightful peaceful energy
into the universe. Her story is so inspiring,
and her words empowering. Brenda makes
a difference, with her warmth, her energy,
her presence, and is indeed a Woman
of Influence and Inspiration."
Linda Lane, Women of Influence and Inspiration
Ontario Public Service
MacIntyre, Medicine Song Woman speaks
from her heart and spirit (never
from a prepared script), and performs
original songs that fit the moment,
delivering an authentic, inspiring presentation
signature keynote is Healing Ourselves,
Healing Mother Earth. She also tackles
topics such as confidence-building,
finding your voice and stress relief.
in women's empowerment and healing.
All talks and workshops
promote inclusion and equality in a fun,
interactive format that always includes
and Presentations (for groups of 100 or
and engaging blend of hand drumming/singing
performance and spiritual teachings geared
to event themes. Always customized to
suit your needs.
and sound healer, motivational speaker
and Juno award-winning singer, Medicine
Song Woman, Brenda MacIntyre has
been an integral part of our International
Women’s Day and First Nation’s
Day celebrations, both as a phenomenal
keynote speaker and as an extremely
gifted facilitator of the “Sing
Yourself Alive,” workshops,
always to a capacity-crowd.
empathetic, knowledgable and respectful
delivery is inclusive and welcoming.
We are honoured to have Brenda MacIntyre
in our lives, and it is with absolute
consensus that we recommend and
promote Brenda in any way that we
can. She has so many gifts to share."
Elisa Char Guilbeault, Community
Program Coordinator, Mattawa Women’s Resource
were approached by a number of young
participants who commented on your
incredible talent and the power
of the Healing Song. Many shared
that your teachings helped them
to feel comfortable and empowered
them to speak out."
Julie Coultas, Project Officer,
HIV/AIDS and Youth Programme,
United Nations Association in Canada