About Cadence

My name is Cadence Moffat McCann, MA (she/her). I am honoured to be playing my part in reweaving the sacred web of life and healing the deep wounds of disconnect that plague us as a species. I am informed by nearly 20 years of land-based facilitation and healing work with wide-ranging groups of people.

I am constantly amazed by the depth of healing experienced from spending intentional time in nature. My journey has been deeply impacted by all my teachers, human and more-than-human. I have been humbled to have learned and worked with peoples of diverse cultures and backgrounds throughout the world. ​

I am blessed to be guided by the love of my ancestors and spirit. I feed my soul by singing, dancing, and swimming freely with the wild ones. As a queer settler of Celtic, Slavic, Germanic, and Haudenosaunee ancestry, I am grateful to reside in beautiful Huron County. I am dedicated to supporting a process of decolonization.

My education and background includes but is not limited to:

  • BA in Indigenous Studies (UBC-Okanagan)

  • BEd in Outdoor, Experiential Education (Lakehead University)

  • MA in Environmental Education (Royal Roads University)

  • Ceremony and Rites of Passage Training (Somatic Wilderness Therapy Institute and Nature Knows)

  • Numerous courses with organizations including the Animas Valley Institute, Sacred Grief-Shauna Janz, Red Moon Mystery School, and Music School of Life