Sharing the Legacy - The Native American Flute
If the haunting melodious sound of the Native American Flute calls to you, join with Janina in finding out ways you can share the legacy of this heritage instrument.
Janina offers a series of workshops which may cater to your current interest in this expressive and beautiful instrument:
Flute Making Workshop- using Northern Spirit ABS Plastic Flute materials
Flute Painting Workshop (of flutes made in above workshop)
Protective Flute Covering Workshop (prepare a fabric bag in which to carry and protect your new flute)
Flute Lessons - Janina will assist you in playing those first few notes and songs
Flute Heritage and Legacy -(the perfect complement to the Flute Making Workshop) -Janina will introduce you to the origins, teachings, songs and stories, flutemakers, organizations, flute circles, and connections to flute history around the world. Janina will also help you locate flute makers who can assist you in finding the flute of your choice in a variety of materials and price ranges
Flute Circles - join with a group of like minded individuals and share in the flute journey together. Find out how to organize a flute circle in your own area.
Implementing the Native American Flute into the School Curriculum - Traditional or Moving into 21st Century
Education - Janina has provided teacher inservices and school workshops throughout the Peace Country in the past few years. Find out how to implement the Native American Flute into your school or social program. The legacy of these flutes is an aspect of First Nations culture which perfectly complements the Alberta social studies curriculum and activities addressing Truth & Reconciliation.
Kevin Locke (R) - Curriculum developer for the Native American Flute, Janina - flute player and instructor, Rich Dube (L) - Northern Spirits Flutes (kits for flute building)