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The Shaman's Journey
29-31 March 2019, Denmark
17-21 July 2019, Halland, Sweden
Autumn 2019, Denmark

Shamanic Practice Day
1 Dec 2018, Åsbacka, Sweden
Into the Journey
29-31 March 2019, Ireland
Being Home
4-7 April 2019, Ireland
Help for Helpers Retreat
23-28 April 2019, Åsbacka, Sweden
Legacy of the Wise Ones
1-5 May 2019, Wales
29 May-2 June 2019, Hvalsø, Denmark
Stories of Nature
24-30 June 2019, Åsbacka, Sweden
Shamanic Healing & Soul Retrieval 
24 July-3 Aug 2019, Tokalynga, Sweden

Shamanic Counselling 1
18-24 Aug 2019, Åsbacka, Sweden

Shamanism, Death & Life
19-22 Sept 2019, Samsø, Denmark
Spirit Voice  
Peace and Power
Return to Spirit
Spiritual Ecology
Spirit Dance & Ceremony
Shamanic Healing 2
Shamanic Counselling 2
Rhythms of Life 
Step Into Change


The main work of the shaman is, and always has been, to heal illness and help maintain balance, both physically, emotionally, spiritually and in the community. In the shamanic worldview, healing is not only an individual matter but is related to the whole, extending beyond humans to all that is. Now more than ever, we need to remember this way of being.

From ancient times shamans have worked together with Nature for healing, power, knowledge and wisdom. On this workshop, you will learn how to listen to the Spirits of Nature, and work together with the Earth for our mutual well-being and survival. We will work with plants, sacred places and the four elements to find out how they may want to help us in healing work, both for ourselves and others. We will not be ingesting psychotropic plants but we will use drum, song, rattle and intention to shift our consciousness.

By communicating directly with the Earth, we can find out more about the interdependence of ecological and spiritual healing systems, and explore both how nature can offer healing to us, and what our role is in helping to heal the Earth. We will not assume what it needs, but take the time to ask and find out.

We will be working with drum journeys, nature work, ceremony and song to find out more about nature as a healing partner. By establishing this closer relationship with the Earth, we come to see it not as a resource, but as a source of life, that we honour, respect and enjoy.

** This course will also include a Beltane ceremony and celebration

Participants must have completed introductory course The Shaman's Journey or agreed equivalent, be able to journey well and have a good connection with Spirit helpers.


To read about each course, click on the links in the Course Calendar on the left.
To get general information about booking a place, click on Registration.