Christa Mackinnon

5th September 2015
Drum Making Workshop: Craft and Birth your own Medicine Drum

Making your own drum is very special. The drum you craft ceremonially is an instrument that holds the intent of your heart and spirit. It takes you on inner journeys, heals through its vibrations, connects you with the ancient circle and gives you much joy.

This is a very popular workshop with Christa Mackinnon and Dan & Ann Teaque from the Spirit of the Sound drumming group. Places are limited to 10 participants. To secure a place you are advised to book early.

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From the fear of the Body/Mind to the Peace of the Soul/Spirit

This workshop is organized by a group of therapists, counselors and complementary practitioners in Totnes, Devon. There are a few places available for interested people

We will cover:

  • The shamanic view of the world - key concepts
  • The shamanic view of transition periods
  • Implications for death and dying
  • How to live well so that we can die well
  • Exercise to explore the realms beyond
  • Exercise to explore the transition between the realms
  • Exercise to explore death
  • What we might want to put in place
  • How we can assist the dying person

Course Fees:

Early Bird Fees:  £60. The full early bird fees are payable by 5 November 2016

Regular Fees: £80. The full regular fees are payable by 18 November 2016

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Talk:  The James Braid Society, London
Shamanic Approaches in Contemporary Therapy

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11th July 2015
Workshop: The three D’s of shamanism: Dreaming, Drumming & Dancing
at: Breaking Convention International Conference, University of Greenwich, London

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Access and Develop your Authentic Writing Skills

We all have the ability to write when we access the creative parts of our brain. This very popular workshop provides a safe space in which to experience various ways to activate the creative areas of the brain and create stories, essays and poems, or begin to create a structure and content outline for a non-fiction book.