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Cannabis Living welcomes everyone interested in incorporating cannabis into their lifestyle to promote wellness and enhance their quality of life.

Want to whip up your own edibles? Roll the perfect joint? Determine your ideal dose? Discover new methods of use? Understand which strains are best for you? Let's learn together! Cannabis Living offers lessons and activities for everyone - and a chance to meet new, cannabis-friendly faces!

Our events are open to the public - all are welcome! A medical recommendation is not necessary to participate.

As this group transitions forward, please feel free to suggest the types of events and information that would best serve the group.

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Summer Self Care Event Online with Pole Dance, Facial Yoga, and Skincare Tips

Join Teaghan Marconi and Courtney Aura Freeman, two enterprising and creative female founders for some summer self-care. Teaghan and Courtney have joined forces for a collaboration of art and function. Meet the founders and learn about the “Heart Toast” art collaboration during this online event. Teaghan Marconi is the woman behind Shaked & Baked Pole Dance Studio and Events in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Courtney Aura Freeman, based in Los Angeles, California, is the founder of WhiteBuffaloSpirit.org a wellness lifestyle shop where plant medicine enthusiasts find CBD Skincare and athleisure wear treasures to live their best lives. This interactive, international event will be online and guests will enjoy: - Facial yoga from Kim Sarsons - Pole dancing instruction from Shake & Baked and - Plant medicine skin care tips from White Buffalo Spirit. This is a 21+ event. Shop : “Heart Toast” Art in Collaboration Products at White Buffalo Spirit https://whitebuffalospirit.org/collections/shake-and-baked 5% of proceeds from the sale of “Heart Toast” merchandise on WhiteBuffaloSpirit.org will be donated to Native American Women’s Health Education and Resource Center. Since its founding in 1988, NAWHERC has become the leading pathfinder in the country in addressing Indigenous women’s reproductive health and justice issues while working to preserve and protect our culture. NACB and NAWHERC serve reservation-based Indigenous women at the local, national, and international levels.

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