DATES FOR 2020 TBC
Over the past few years, I have been sharing many workshops with groups around the country, and from meeting and working with so many of you, it has been clear to me that now is the time to share a longer, more in-depth and rounded development course. This course has been put together for those who wish to explore how to bring shamanic practices into their lives, to develop the practices that can help them connect with and learn from the spirits, and to work with this in a way that supports their own spiritual growth and personal development.
This course will explore: Shamanic Journeying and working with different States of Consciousness, working with Altars, building relationship with Spirit guides/allies, using and creating Ceremonial Smudge incenses, Grounding and Protections practices, Sacred Crafting, Offering Ceremonies, Spirit Songs, Shamanic Healing, Ceremonies to the spirits Fire, Water, Air and Earth and Ceremonies to the Ancestors, all working in line with the seasons and connecting us with the Wheel of the Year.
The workshops will include time in circle as well as time out on the land. There will be practices and exercises to continue between the weekends and an opportunity to share and reflect on experiences with the group throughout the year.
This course will be practical and experiential and grounded very much in your own journey, and your own growth and your own healing. It is not a theoretical course, and while it can lead on to other training for working on others, it is primarily about working with these practices on a deep level for yourself.
The program for the 2020 course is currently being put together, and this page will be updated when the dates and course fee is confirmed.
I have been sharing these practices and ceremonies with groups and on courses and retreats for a number of years, and experienced in working with beginners and those who have more experience.
Concessions are available for those on low earnings. Please contact me to discuss this.
Some Feedback from Previous Courses and Workshops
Local Hotels and B&Bs
The workshop venue is just 2 miles from Canterbury City Centre. Canterbury has many local hotels, B&Bs, and rooms available on AirBnB. I have listed below the details for a couple of the nearest places to stay, however I recommend a quick internet search, as well, to compare prices and check that the places are suitable for you.
Hornbeams B&B, Jesse's Hill, Canterbury CT4 6JD – 01227 830119
Beechborough B&B, Park Ln, Bishopsbourne, Canterbury CT4 5HY – 01227 832283
Duke of Cumberland Inn, The Street, Canterbury CT4 6NY – 01227 831396
Court Lodge Farmhouse Self Catering and B&B, The St, Bishopsbourne CT4 5JA – 01227 832242