Application process: to join this training please submit an email to me at firstname.lastname@example.org explaining your interest in this course. You should include details of why you wish to join the course, any previous shamanic experience and any work in the area of self development and a little about your interests and general health too. This will be followed up with a brief phone conversation if Mandy has not already met you on a workshop or other event. When applying you will need to pay the deposit fee. Should you not gain a place on the training the full deposit will be refunded to you.
You will need to know how to journey shamanically and there is an opportunity to learn this technique at a Learn the Shaman's Journey workshop (click here to go the page) or on a one to one basis with Mandy. Alternatively you may be able to find someone local to you who will teach you this technique. Attendance at one of the Eco Shamanism Day workshops will give you an idea of what to expect on this workshop and although this is not compulsory it is recommended, or attending one of the other workshops where you can meet and work with Mandy. You will also need a shamanic drum - this can be borrowed and does not need to be owned. It is strongly recommended that you seek a shamanic healing before coming on this course. A list of Eco Shamanic practitioners can be found here.
Venue: Ragmans Farm, Lower Lydbrook, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, GL17 9PA - www.ragmans.co.uk
Ragmans is a 60 acre farm run on sustainable land use lines. There are pastures, woodlands, organic gardens, orchards, bee hives, a large lake, it's own spring and it is close to the River Wye.
Details: The course is residential with all food (vegan and vegetarian), tuition and accommodation included in the price. There is a bunkhouse with 3 shared bedrooms, a large dining/kitchen area and sitting room. Camping (in tents and vans) is available for those wishing to be closer to our earth but there is room for you to sleep inside in the colder weather. If you are local you are welcome to go home at night although there will be at least two weekends when you will be required to stay overnight for at least one night during the weekend and there is no reduction in cost. There is a separate work room, or temple, with underfloor heating where most of the indoor teaching takes place.
Dates: The 1st module runs from Thursday 6.30pm to 3 - 4pm Sunday. The remaining seven modules run from Wednesday 6.30pm to 3 - 4pm Sunday.
A commitment to all eight modules is required. Places are limited to 14.
2020 - Oct 8 - 11
2021 - Jan 20 - 24 / April 21 - 25 / July 21 - 25 / Oct 20 - 24 (please note this last date has been extended by one day)
2022 - Jan 12 - 16 / April 6 - 10 / July 20 - 24
Fees include all tuition, meals and accommodation and paid yearly in advance. Once a deposit is paid your place is secure. Both year payments must be paid for in full one month before each year begins - a series of instalments before each date is possible. You will be required to commit to all 8 modules. Certificates incur an extra £150 per year and are dependent on attendance, course work and competence.
Deposit to book your place: £300 included in the fees below (NOT refundable)
Early bird by Thursday 30 April 2020 - Cost per year: £1650 or £1800 with Certificate
Full Price from Friday 1 May 2020 - Cost per year: £1900 or £2050 with Certificate
Concessionary places - Cost per year: £1400 or £1550 with Certificate
There are two concessionary places available. If you wish to apply for a concessionary place please do so in your application including a statement as to why you think you are eligible.
If you would like to book with a deposit you can use the Paypal option below - this incurs a 3% transaction fee of £9. You are welcome to pay by bank transfer to avoid this fee - please email for details. Fees and/or instalments must be paid by bank transfer.