Òmar Bhochanan | Amber Buchanan is a gifted community builder, and space holder. She’s been working as an organizer, facilitator and teacher in Gaelic Nova Scotia for the past 16 years.
Through diving fully into her own healing she’s developed a passion for offering healing space to others. Amber loves coaching people one on one as well as in groups. She has been fortunate enough to travel to different regions of the world learning tools and techniques for finding deeper connection to ourselves, one another and the natural world. She’s been trained by YES! World, Dialogue for Peaceful Change, ASPIRE and at Re-Earth Lodge.
Amber strongly believes in the power of reclaiming and nurturing one’s ancestral language and cultural practices matched with community building as cornerstones to health, wellness and sustainability. Amber is committed to building relations based on peace and friendship with other minority language groups including L’nu, the keepers of the land where her people were privileged to setted from the Isles of Lewis, Harris & North Uist.
Amber is also a weaver, Spanish speaker, yoga teacher and mother to a 14 year old girl. She holds a degree in Political Science from CBU where she focused on social justice and human rights.