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Darlene Auger's Biography

Darlene Auger and the Cree swing

Darlene is Cree, originally from a small northern community, called Wabasca, in Alberta. Darlene is actively involved in her culture and traditions. She shares with us a vision that she had at one early morning pipe ceremony.

By following this vision and making it a reality, Darlene now conducts spiritual healing ceremonies with the traditional swing.

She is a mother of two and is a part time employee at the Nechi Training, Research & Health Promotions Institute located near Edmonton, Alberta.

Darlene's Stories

The following is a list of Darlene's stories and a short description.

1 A Vision Of Healing
Darlene talks about a vision she had for healing our communities and our people.
2 The Traditional Cree Swing
Darlene discusses the healing power of the traditional Cree swing.
3 A Healing Therapy
Darlene talks about how she uses the Cree swing to help others in communities across Canada.


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