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Diane Katsitsawaks Hill – R.E.A.L. School Program Coordinator

Diane is an Integrative Programs Consultant and Director of Ka’nikonhriyohtshera: Fostering Emergence of the Good Mind – An Experience in Quantum Energy Integration. For the past 28 years, Diane has been consulting on various Indigenous education initiatives both nationally and internationally. Her work is distinguished in the fields of social work, education, and cultural studies. Diane has written books; given lectures on holistic models of learning / teaching and facilitated programs for personal transformation, healing and wellness. Diane is a dynamic keynote speaker and animator of the quantum energy perspective.


Jordan Teshakotennyon’s Miller – R.E.A.L. School Program Animator

Jordan works as a Gen 7 – Role Model for the Motivate Canada Youth Program promoting healthy lifestyles through sport and recreation. In March of 2013, Jordan co-created “R.E.A.L. School: Outdoor Leadership Camp” and works in partnership with other R.E.A.L. School animators. Jordan is an “out of the box” thinker with a strong vision and passion to create multi-dimensional leadership programs incorporating aspects of culture, the visual and performing arts, music and sports geared to multi-cultural and diverse populations.



“Create opportunities for self-discovery and personal development”

This two day program introduces you to the 7 C’s of the R.E.A.L. School curriculum for reality education and applied life skills training. The 7 C’s are the concepts and skills designed to help you “Get REAL and become the leader in your life!”

R.E.A.L. School offers a learning environment that is experiential and interactive in creating opportunities for self-discovery, personal development, and leadership.

R.E.A.L. School by Diane Hill

Location: Sheraton Centre Hotel, 123 Queen Street West, Provincial Ballroom 

NOTE: Each track must have a minimum of 30 participants registered for the track to run.

This workshop promotes Indigenous cultural learning using the energy sciences and body-based learning activities focusing on the power of breath.

Delegates will experience the 7 C’s of the curriculum: Conscious Choice, Curiosity, Courage, Challenge, Change, Commitment, and Communication 

Requirements: open mind and willingness to put themselves out there!