Jim Tolstrup, a director of Shambhala Training, has been a practitioner of indigenous wisdom traditions since 1977. He is president of Cankatola Ti Ospaye, a non-profit that supports Native American elders. As the executive director of the High Plains Environmental Center in Loveland, Colorado, he works with land developers to restore nature where we live, work, and play.
Upcoming Programs by Jim Tolstrup
Also Connie Gray and Laurie Huckaby
A Four Seasons Program Join us as we explore the native plant communities of Shambhala Mountain Center and learn about the complex relationships between native plants, soil, weather, and wildlife. During this retreat, we will also discover some of the history and cultural uses of native plants. We will visit trees that were peeled [...]
Also Andrea Schweitzer
A Four Seasons Program Throughout history, we have looked to the skies to follow the rhythm of the seasons and to ponder life’s mysteries. This workshop will reignite our passion for the stars by using interactive, kinesthetic astronomy to experience the movement of the celestial bodies. We will combine periods of contemplation; presentations of the [...]