Sarah is Quaker and a Shamanic Practitioner. She has trained with Shamanic Practitioners from four different Shamanic lineages, originally with two from Peru and one from Mexico and but she has now moved on to working with the cross cultural Shamanic tools which she feels fit with the land of her home in England. She has over 30 years’ experience of coaching, training and supporting individuals. She has developed a variety of skills over the years including qualifications in clinical hypnosis, neuro-linguistic programming and Reiki. She practices in London and has previously run Shamanic retreats in Glastonbury, Stonehenge and in Portugal.
Booking ID: 010917
Hedge Shamanism is a safe cross-cultural shamanism which anyone can use to work with mother earth and to help themselves move towards becoming whole. Plants and gardens1 are essential to working with mother earth - Pachamama. During the experiential workshop, we will work with some of the universal shamanic techniques and learning. We will create a Mesa (a Shamanic alter) and work with plants, fire ceremony and journeying. http://www.c21foxhealing.co.uk/
Residential price: £260.00
Fantastic weekend, seemed to fly by and ended much too soon.
Our first visit here and we certainly feel we are going away with `rest and renewal`. We enjoyed the comfortable accommodation, had a lovely massage and the daily quiet times were also very special for us. January 2017
I enjoyed the company, the beautiful grounds and woodland, the lovely food, the kind service.
Everything. Lovely friendly staff. Good food. A cosy "feel at home" style place amongst trees and green, giving peace and calm. Surely would stay again! So close to Gatwick Int. Airport. That`s a real convenience for foreign travellers. November 2016
Wonderful and welcoming staff, who were very attentive and happy to help. Beautiful property with large clean rooms. This is a health retreat as well as b&b style accommodation, so no TV in the rooms or alcohol. Very close to the village for dinner or drinks though. October 2016
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