NOW FULL: Shamanic Introductory Workshop - Connecting with Animals, 15th & 16th August (Sligo, Ireland)
THIS WORKSHOP IS NOW FULL. If you wish to be on a waiting list should a place become available please email us at email@example.com
This introductory workshop offers participants an opportunity to make an initial connection with their Spirit Helpers through Journeying with a view to helping them connect with animals they live with or who are in their care.
On Saturday you will have the opportunity to Journey to meet with your Spirit Helpers in order to form the initial connection. On Sunday you will have the opportunity to journey to an animal you are close to to ask if and how, if at all, you can help.
Times are as follows:
Sat 10am - 5pm
Sun 10am - 4pm
Location: The Roundhouse, Monasteraden, County Sligo. The Roundhouse is rather a special building,built from trees and earth with a living roof, set at the top of a hill in amongst the forest. A perfect location to connect!
This 2 day workshop is facilitated by Liam Glenane - a highly experienced Shamanic Practitioner and Workshop facilitator alongside Carly Hillier, who uses Shamanic Practice daily in her work as an Equine & Canine Herbalist.
The workshop fee includes a light vegetarian lunch (soup, sandwiches & cake) and tea/coffee throughout both days. However, if you have specific dietary needs then please bring a pack lunch.
Coming a distance? See link below for accommodation!
COVID 19 Health & Safety Protocols also see below
Shamanism in it's essence is about connection - not only to those living beings around us, but also essentially to ourselves. Restoring connection enables us to heal and step back into our Power.
Clink here to read more about Carly's Shamanic work with horses in an article published in the Journal of Contemporary Shamanism 2014
B&B Accommodation at Carly's, Whitethorn Farm (F56N500 - located 30mins from the Roundhouse) is available on a first come first served basis for those that wish to avail of it. Please click on the link below to view and book:
COVID 19 Health & Safety Protocol's and Policies
We wish to reassure you that we will be implementing the safety protocols as per recommended by the government's Covid-19 Health & Safety policies as relevant at the time of the workshop.
Currently this includes social distancing, sanitation points as well as social hygiene etiquette. If there are any other changes in protocols come mid-August, we will of course implement those too. We feel it's also important to say that whilst face coverings are currently recommended for indoor gatherings it will be up to the individual if they choose to wear one or not. No's of attendees are limited to 8 in order to safely implement social distancing guidelines.