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Events & Workshops

Scroll down to see the fantastic events and workshops we attend an host!

Shamanic Workshops

Shamanic workshops are currently held every second Friday of the month at the village hall in Swinderby Lincolnshire.

This is a great opportunity to meet and share space with other like minded people.

Workshop activities include guided meditations, drumming or chanting sessions, and exercises to develop intuition and connection with the natural world. Participants might learn about different healing techniques, such as energy work, soul retrieval, or working with plant medicines. Additionally, they may explore the concept of spirit guides, power animals, and the importance of creating sacred space.

The intention behind these workshops is to provide a safe and supportive environment where people come to learn about how shamanic practice can help connect with their own spirituality, gain insights, and potentially heal on a physical, emotional or spiritual level.

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Lizian Events

Soon at the Lincoln Wellness show we will be there to provide on site treatments, talks and group ceremonies to leave you with a deep sense of well-being

EXCITING NEWS!

I will have a stand at the Lincoln Well Bieng Event on the 1st and 2nd of July 2024!

Details of the event can be found HERE

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Book your treatment slots early!
 

We are limiting the number of treatment slots available at the event to only two per day:

one morning slot at 10am 

one afternoon slot at 1pm

Please contact me using the form at the bottom of this page to reserve your booking or click here to book your place online

 

Full moon fire circle

Coming Soon:

Once we have found the perfect venue we will be hosting some beautiful fire circles at our sacred space.  A shamanic practitioner will hold space and lead the circle by guiding participants through meditation, drumming, singing, or other rituals. Participants may also share their experiences or insights with each other during or after the circle.

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