Cedar Tree Institute

Established in 1995, The Cedar Tree Institute is a nonprofit organization providing services and initiating projects in the areas of mental health, religion, and the environment. It offers mental health services on an individual basis, works with faith communities and environmental groups, and is currently involved in ongoing partnerships with the US Environmental Protection Agency, the United States Forest Service, and four American Indian tribes in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.

The Watercourse Way New Mexico

Watercourse Way New Mexico

November 5-8, 2015 Join us in New Mexico for The Watercourse Way, a three day retreat on mindfulness practices, Tai ...
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2015 Midsummer Celebration

The Cedar Tree Institute’s Midsummer Celebration 2015

The Cedar Tree Institute oversees many ongoing projects and works in collaboration with local and regional groups year round. The ...
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Maamaadizi 2015

Maamaadizi 2015

KBIC Youth Return to Isle Royale National Park Maamaadizi: “Beginning a Journey” in the Anishinaabe language On Tuesday morning, May ...
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Sunrise 2015

Spring 2015 Equinox Newsletter

Seasonal Notes from the Cedar Tree Institute Our brains are changing. Literally. Neural circuits and synapses are adapting to new ...
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Taiji Workshop

Tai Chi (Taiji) Workshop with Rick Pietila

The Cedar Tree Institute proudly presents a Tai Chi (Taiji) Workshop with special guest presenter Rick Pietila, disciple of Chen ...
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The Watercourse Way

Register for The Watercourse Way

Join us in Chicago or New Mexico for The Watercourse Way, a three day retreat on mindfulness practices, Tai Chi ...
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Tai Chi Sword

Tai Chi Chuan Retreat

Tai Chi Chuan A One-Day Retreat on Health & Wellness An introduction to Qi Gong Demonstrations of sword, ball, and ...
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Winter 2015 Ecotone Newsletter

A defining feature of life in Northern Michigan is the proliferation of cabins (called “camps”) that are found arbitrarily scattered ...
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