Llevar nuestro conocimiento y herramientas allí donde sea necesario.
Ayudar a las personas a encontrar el equilibrio perdido: físico, emocional, espiritual y mental.
Acompañar a quienes llegan a nosotros, en el camino del mejoramiento de su calidad de vida.
Trabajar con la sociedad en la re-valorización de cada uno, como ser único, irrepetible y lleno de cualidades positivas y creadoras.
Entender la Prevención como una manera de evitar conflictos y desequilibrios que traban nuestro desarrollo e impiden nuestro crecimiento
Because the mind, body, and soul are connected through dance the Orixa Project will allow diverse communities such as persons living with and managing chronic illenesses (ie. diabetes,HIV, heart disease), persons who abuse substances, and members of the aging community to participate in movement arts(dance) sessions/workshops in order to increase overall wellness, increase mobility, improve mental health, create support networks, and experience self healing through dance movement, dance improvisation,choreography, and performance.
The project aims to empower the people of the terreiro (yards) on legislation that deals with rights and access to traditional territories in order to enable them to influence the Brazilian State to elaborate specific legislation that guarantees the preservation of traditional and sacred lands to this population.
Recognizing the role of religion as an agent for behavior change, these traveling exhibits will tell our journey of faith as a people, emphasizing how our faith has traditionally understood Earth to have some kind of religious significance, and that humans have obligations to care for Earth’s creatures.
As many involved with artificial reef building have discovered, growing more fish in the sea is relatively straight forward. Our physical contribution here has been to develop 'reef initiation' so that it can be achieved by fishermen building effective reefs on limited ecology seabeds, working out of their own smaller boats without the need for divers.(Conditions near to the seabed in many coastal areas often have near zero visibility)
June Quipp has worked for decades to secure land rights, revitalize culture, and promote health for her Cheam Tribe, Sto:lo First Nation. This award would support her continued direct-action and legal property-rights work, and a new community-sustainability project promoting environmental, social, and economic health at Sto:lo First Nation.
O projeto visa instrumentalizar os povos de terreiro sobre as legislações que tratam do direito e acesso aos territórios tradicionais no sentido de capacitá-los para influenciar o Estado Brasileiro para a elaboração de legislações específicas para a garantia e preservação dos territórios tradicionais sagrados desta população.