Traditional Games and Activities-Blair Robillard
The largest and diverse number of games and activities derive from Turtle Island or North America.
Participants will learn to apply four directional teachings, strength based capacity building , team building, and how to have fun learning while strengthening bonds, exploring the bi-symbiotic relationship between mind and body and our social and inner-self.
The format is designed by the participants, this holistic or traditional teaching style enables the experience to be unique and team relevant.
Group this workshop is best suited for:Preschool (2-6 years), School-age (6-12 years), Youth (10-18 years)
This workshop will be offered: Saturday AM & PM
Blair Robillard has been teaching Aboriginal Games and Activities for over 14 years at Kin and Recreation Management at University of Manitoba.
In the Spring an Summer he teaches at the Inner City Social Work and in the Winter with University College of the North. Blair has over twenty years experience working in community development in the Inner City. He is near completion of a book related to traditional games and activities with cultural and social teachings that are founded in the Aboriginal communities of Manitoba, Northwestern Ontario and Saskatchewan.
The games motto is: “If you are not having fun, you are doing something wrong”