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I am Cheyenne!

Who we are can't be explained it has to be shown.

Characteristics about ourselves can be said but each as unique to one person as the next.

But having to write out an intro to all of you I'll do the best I can.

I am founder of Three Medicines Longhouse.

I am a creator and Three Medicines Longhouse's creation came to be with a lot of thought how how I want to continue to impact the World at large. Behind me is a group of amazing individuals making this place what it is.

I am a wife and a mother.

I am sober and believe in clean, integral living.

My Medicine lays in my responsibility to help others the way I was helped. It is a fierce Medicine that keeps me going.

I am a writer, I love words much.

I firmly believe unless we have deep roots into the foundation of who we are we will falter. I am a descendent of many cultures that have come together to create me and I hold them all dear. I am Indigenous. A descendent of the Blue Eagle family from the Mvskoke tribe, reclaiming tribal sovereignty and carrying on our traditions and culture is my work. I am also mixed with European magic. 

I believe in living an Art filled life.

Yoga and movement is my Art.

I believe we all have an Art that we perform and bring into Physical existence, mine is show through my Yoga and movement and motherhood and words.


Three Medicines represent the medicines for Mind, Body & Spirit. Three Medicines represent the partnership between Creator, Self & all Beings. Here we will continue to grow in the ways we can with a circular wellness through Indigenous wellness paradigms, ever moving & changing. 

The Longhouse represents a place of community, a home for everyone. A place of Ceremony.

A place of Union.

The global family at large has been using Longhouses to house kinship communities for thousands of years.

When you enter the Longhouse, bring yourself, with all your issues and your taboos, bring your perfect divine heart, and your honest Soul. 

May you feel Welcome here.

What is your art? And who are you? What characteristic would you describe yourself with?

We are all just walking each other home.

-Ram Dass

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