A community of Elders and Emerging Leaders growing a Regenerative future together
2023 Short Courses
At the Fire Circle, we believe in supporting peoples' inner and outer growth as part of the global regeneration movement. Working with Elders from Indigenous and diverse cultures, we regularly facilitate workshop mini-series and short courses.
Two of our most popular examples include the Woven Way which is a practical 8-week course for emerging global leaders to bring new ideas into the world in service of a more regenerative and flourishing future and Leading with Wholeness, a 3-week series, which explores letting go of outdated habits and ways of being by embracing Indigenous and Western knowledge systems for a more integrated state that accepts and celebrates the spiritual, scientific, mystical, and mundane.
Grandmother Lánésáan Moonwalker comes from a Yoeme / Apache linage. She has been an oracle, healer, spiritual teacher and environmental guardian for close to 50 years. She began her training in the healing arts at the age of 12 from friends and family members who were highly skilled curanderas (traditional practitioners who combine Native, Catholic, and African spiritual beliefs and practices). In 1987, she met her main teacher Tu Moonwalker, an Apache, the great-great-granddaughter of Cochise through his son Naiche, and Naiche’s daughter Doraté Moonwalker. This lineage is about a medicine way of Being. Tu was the holder of this unbroken Moonwalker lineage and Láné is an acknowledged part of that lineage. She herself is from an unbroken lineage through […]
Elder Partho’s inner journey began with an intense experience with the great Indian Master, Swami Vivekananda about thirty years ago. After a brief sojourn in the Himalayas, where he discovered Sri Aurobindo, Partho joined the Sri Aurobindo Ashram in Delhi. Since then, he has been practicing Vedanta in the light of Integral Yoga. Partho works as an educator and leadership development practitioner with businesses in applying ancient Vedic wisdom in modern day contexts.
We are a small purpose-driven intergenerational team, really committed to co-creating a Regenerative future. Our strengths lie in our diverse backgrounds (Eastern & Western), lived experiences collaborating and working worldwide in different industries, from Tourism to Consumer Products, Business and Landscape Architecture, Sustainability and Regenerative Development, and entrepreneurship to social activism. In addition to this, we are outdoor adventurers, animal lovers and globe trotters.
We acknowledge our Mother Earth and the daily services that her ecosystems provide us. We acknowledge the First Nations people of the lands and waterways from where we gather as well as their Elders past, present & emerging. We acknowledge the many paths of migration and wisdom traditions that enrich our global community through culture, trade and stories.