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Tonkiri Integrative Wellness & Learning Centre is under construction and will be ready for all season operation by summer 2018. The centre is situated on the Whitemouth River an hour east of the city of Winnipeg. Tonkiri is on Treaty Three territory, the the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe peoples and the homeland of the Metis Nation.

Tonkiri is a peaceful place in nature where visitors can spend time learning about themselves and the world around them through organized retreats and gatherings.

The Tonkiri philosophy is that nature is our first and best teacher. We believe the forest (animals, plants, water) can guide us and teach us what we need to know to grow as people, as communities and as a world as a whole. We believe that within nature lies the inspiration and creative solutions needed to make the world a better and more peaceful place.

Tonkiri takes it's name from the Ashaninka word for hummingbird. The original inspiration for Tonkiri came from the teachings of the Ashaninka healer Maestro Juan Flores of the Peruvian Amazon. Like hummingbirds, we strive to work hard to pollinate minds and hearts everywhere with love, gratitude and hope.

Tonkiri is open for booking starting summer of 2018. If you have an event that could benefit from the solitude and natural setting of Tonkiri please inquire for more information.

Tonkiri will be hosting:

- Land-based education workshops and retreats for people of all ages.

- Traditional indigenous ceremonial gatherings.

- Plant medicine retreats inspired by the teachings of the Ashaninca healer and friend of Tonkiri, Maestro Juan Flores.

- Private group gatherings, retreats and conferences that align with the spirit of Tonkiri.

If interested in booking or visiting Tonkiri please contact Jim with the form below.

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