RedPath

Inspiring youth and community members to follow the RedPath Movement.

 

The REdpath Movement

RedPath is a lifestyle committed to living a life of sobriety, respect, friendship, love, and empowerment. It is a journey committed to healing our past, and moving forward towards reaching our highest potential. A part of walking the RedPath is living a healthy lifestyle free of drugs and alcohol, which James and Marika are proud to say they have done for many years. RedPath performances and empowerment programs powerfully blend Indigenous culture and modern flow arts, using it to connect with and inspire spectators around the world. 

Together, James and Marika have toured across Canada, the U.S, and Europe. Jones and Sila are always excited for new opportunities to perform and share their stories worldwide.

 
 

Co-Founders;

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James Jones

James Jones is a Traditional First Nations Hoop Dancer who has performed and traveled across Europe, China, Australia, and North America. Some of James' notable performances include; 2010 Vancouver Olympics, 2014 Juno Awards, the 2015 Coachella Music Festival, and the 2015 Sydney Opera House. James has worked with such artists as K-OS and Snoop Dogg. In 2009, James appeared as a finalist on the popular TV show "So You Think You Can Dance Canada." For the past 4 years, James has toured with Juno Award winning group "A Tribe Called Redā€. James also holds a degree in social work and enjoys mentoring youth and sharing his talents and culture worldwide.

 
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Marika Sila

Marika Sila is an Inuit performer, actress and yoga teacher that has toured across Canada, the U.S and Europe performing, teaching yoga and the art of hoop dancing. Marika has quickly become one of Canada's top hoop dancers and was recently voted the 2016 Canadian Hooper of the Year. Marika is sponsored by Moodhoops and is proud to be a Nike N7 Influencer. She frequently performs at corporate events, banquets, and festivals but mostly enjoys inspiring and working with youth. Marika is proud to represent her Inuvialuit heritage and is currently focusing on acting, performing and teaching opportunities around the world.