- Full Name: Rowan Wolf
- Location: Hollyhock
- Phone: 1 800 933-6339
- Expires: 15 days, 5 hours
September 22 – 27, 2017 Hollyhock, Cortes Island
Travel: on a sacred journey to discover your ancient and profound inter-connection with the natural world. Deepen your connections to all that is through shamanic journeying. Participants build a sacred community and learn to work from intentions and cultivate protection.
Connect: with power animals, spirit guides, living plant communities and other earth energies for personal healing and transformation.
Experience: A deep connection with the sacred, life-force energy of plants that involves meeting the plant spirit energy to influence healing of the mind, body, spirit and heart.
Develop: shamanic skills in drumming, journeying, seeking power animals and spirit guides to assist in walking the spiritual path in the world and connecting with nature, A series of shamanic exercises will provide a skills base for applying these methods to learning from plants.
Explore: natural medicine making techniques to co-create plant-based teas, vibrational plant essences, anointments and elixirs to support all aspects of health.
Gaye Hanson is a shamanic practitioner and shamanic workshop leader. She is a nurse of Cree ancestry and consultant working in land-based healing with Indigenous organizations.
Beverley Gray is an herbalist, aromatherapist, author of The Boreal Herbal: Wild Food & Medicines plants of the North natural health and shamanic practitioner. She owns the Aroma Borealis Herb Shop in the Yukon. Beverley loves to share her passion for wild medicinal plants through herb walks, talks and medicine making workshops. aromaborealis.com
CORTES ISLAND, BC
reservations: phone: (800) 933-6339 fax: (250) 935-6424 email: email@example.com hollyhock.ca/programinfo/hanson-gray/
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