Anthony Templer

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Anthony Templer and Karen Gellman at the opening ceremonies for Hospice Caledon's Bethell House in Inglewood, Ontario.Photo by Bill Rea of the Caledon Citizen.

Anthony Templer

Born to and raised by a traditional medicine woman, Anthony Templer is from the Elk clan first nation, and is now living near Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. He holds a B.A. in Psychology and is a Master Carpenter.

The spiritual path has been a part of Anthony’s life since 1972; having received many teachings from across Turtle Island, ranging from the Yukon to Arizona. Currently, he is involved with the Healer Isaac Day receiving teachings through the spirit realm.

Anthony performs certain aboriginal ceremonies and has worked with various organizations throughout Turtle Island for the restoration of body, mind and spirit. Today, he is involved with sharing his gifts, through the drum and flute, to help bring balance and insight to others. At this juncture he and his partner Karen Gellman are sharing, aboriginal teachings with children and families, through the school systems and workshops.

From 2007 to 2010 Anthony Templer was the Co-Chair and Treasurer of Peel Aboriginal Network providing social, cultural, education and awareness of aboriginal teachings.

Contact Anthony Templer

You may contact Anthony via Linkedin and Facebook.