Shamanic experiance festival on Saturday 8th September 2018
Shamanic Experience Festival
Saturday, September 8 at 11 AM - 10:30 PM
Sales end on Apr 30 at 10 AM
Workshop: Native American Flute
Workshop: Crafting Dreamcatcher
Join us for a magical day that will connect you to earth and spirit, and nourish your soul.
Emerge yourself into a world of drumming, ceremony, shamanic journeying, sound healing, gong baths, dancing and chanting.
Held within the beautifully earthy grounds of the Ancient Technology Centre, the shamanic experience event runs a full programme, which your ticket entitles you to attend.
11am Opening Ceremony
11.30am Drumming Circle
12.30pm Intro to Shamanism / Experience a Shamanic Journey
2.45pm Gong Bath / Sound Healing
4.15pm Performance: The Lost Tribe of the Teacup Turtles
5.45pm Shamanic Dance Journey & fire ceremony preparation
8pm Shamanic Fire Ceremony
8.45pm Chanting, Song & Drumming
9.30pm Go Wild: Dance, Drumming & Gong Bath
10.30pm Closing Ceremony
We have some guest workshops, which will be charged seperately. Please purchase an additional ticket of £10.00 as shown in the 'ticket' section.
There will also be some stalls on site.
We have limited space. So please book early if you want to join us. We will not sell tickets at the entrance.
It will be a great day. We are looking forward to spending it with you!
Tickets via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/shamanic-experience-festival-tickets-42681006038
Organisers and facilitators
Christa Mackinnon: Shamanic teacher, psychologist, workshop facilitator extraordinaire & author of books on shamanism. Christa apprenticed to indigenous shamans in various parts of the world and teaches about shamanism internationally. She is the author of three books about shamanism, including 'Shamanism: Awaken and Develop the Shamanic Force Within' (Hay House) and 'Shamanism in Therapeutic Prcactice' (Jessica Kingsley).
Chrissy Foster singer, songwriter, drummer, hang player and all-round creative sound-healiing shamanista. Chrissy co-founded and facilitates Drumba, a Dorset community drum circle group, leads three choirs, and is the singer, songwriter and musician for in the band ‘The Lost Tribe of the Tea Cup Turtles'.
Denny Baldwin is deeply connected to earth and rhythm, and the healing power of the drum. She is a percussionist with the 'Lost Tribe of the Tea Cup Turtles' and co-founder of 'Drumba - Drumming for the Brain’ rhythm sessions. Under Denny’s facilitation Drumba uses drums and chants that promote well-being for the mind and body of people in residential and day care and holds ‘Drumming for fun' community circles in Dorchester.
Cloudsong - Steve Highhaw: Native American Flute performer and teacher & hang playing sound healer
Saly Free: Gong, bowls and sound scape magician (SoundsfortheSoul)
Moss Klaczok: Shamanic craftswoman (Kindheartcrafthealing)
Music Genres: World Music
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