Sioux Falls Calendar
Inipi sweat purification ceremony is open to all Indigenous community members seeking spiritual connection. During inipi, we will be mindful of those in attendance, taking care that all of our relatives feel safe. Please do not attend if you are on your moon time.
- Community Inipi is open to men, women, children, Two-Spirit, and gender diverse community members seeking spiritual connection.
- Women’s Inipi is open to all women, as well as Two-Spirit and non-binary community members who align with women’s spiritual teachings.
Red Road Approach Recovery groups offer a cognitive & experiential curriculum on Native American/Indigenous philosophies, activating the spirit for individuals, families and communities. Participants will be guided through lessons on the impacts of alcohol and drugs on the mind, body and spirit. This curriculum is a 10-week adult program that meets on a weekly basis. Red Road Approach graduates will receive a certificate, $100 gift card, and a blanket at the end of the program.
Join us for coffee, laughter, and traditional craft-making! Open to the community, warm up with some coffee and work on beading and sewing with help from experts.
Join us for a safe space for those seeking support, healing, and a time to connect with others in the community. Members will be guided through topics such as cultural values, language, and a continued self-healing. All are welcome, as this group will be a place to foster empowerment through encouragement and education.
Join SDUIH for a weekly walking group! Walking routes will be available at both Sioux Falls SDUIH locations. This group is open to all fitness levels. Whether you are looking for an intense walking workout or just want to get out and enjoy the beautiful South Dakota weather, we’d love to have you there!
Positive Indian Parenting (PIP) is an 8-week parenting training class for Indigenous parents, caregivers, non-Native foster parents of Indigenous children, and others who strive to be more positive in their approach to parenting. PIP offers participants a structured exploration of traditional American Indian and Alaska Native values concerning parenting and helps participants apply those values in a modern setting.
Join our women’s resiliency group to share and rebuild. The group will focus on building coping skills and resilience, covering depression, anxiety, trauma, and healthy relationships. All winyans (women) are welcome, regardless of tribal affiliation or race.
Join us for a safe space for those seeking support, healing, and a time to connect with others in the community. Members will be guided through topics such as cultural values, language, and continued self-healing. All women are welcome, as this group will be a place to foster empowerment through encouragement and education.