2022 Mystics Summit
Program & Replays
Decolonizing the Sacred Feminine
As taught by the accomplished Métis singer, writer, performer, and founder of the Sacred Feminine Learning Lodge, Andrea Menard, a profound step on the mystic's path is decolonizing the Sacred Feminine. Learning to unravel the training that upholds oppressive practices and to embody the gifts hidden within the realm of the Sacred Feminine, you are reminded of your inherently gentle nature and emboldened to walk with a gentler step on this planet. Andrea also shares a song from her latest album.
In this session, you’ll discover:
- Your Sacred Feminine gifts through land-based practices that connect you to powerful Mother Earth
- Value in Indigenous and Sacred Feminine knowledge
- Your own part in the rise of the Sacred Feminine
Andrea Menard is an accomplished Métis (Indigenous Canadian) speaker, writer, performer, and founder of the Sacred Feminine Learning Lodge. Andrea dedicates her life and works to empower the Indigenous and the feminine voices through song, story, activism, training, and healing. As seen in USA Today, Andrea is an influencer in feminine leadership and was named one of Women Executive Network’s (WXN) Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Award Winner in 2020. An advocate for rematriation and reconciliation, Andrea trains women to “Lead Like a Goddess” and helps all-gendered people to reclaim and embody the qualities of the Sacred Feminine. She is also the author of the Seeds from the Sacred Feminine Wisdom Cards, to be launched with Mango Publishing in 2022.
One of the stars of the up-and-coming CTV/Crave series, Sullivan’s Crossing, Andrea is a five-time Gemini-nominated actress, a 15-time music award winner, and was named ACTRA National’s Woman of the Year for 2021. She has released 4 award-winning albums, 2 symphony shows, and 2 television programs, and her TEDx Talk called “Silent No More” has reached over 128,000 views. Andrea has performed for royalty, prime ministers, governors-general, residential school survivors, families of the missing and murdered Indigenous women, and even sang her song “Peace” to the world’s NATO generals.
With Métis roots originating from St. Laurent, Manitoba, Andrea is a proud member of the Métis Nation of Canada.