What does it mean, to heal?
In shamanism, it means to remember. To remember ourselves back to wholeness.
Like you, I’ve been wounded and traumatised, in this life and previous lifetimes. People-pleasing, fear of abandonment, fear of the masculine, these are ways I’d previously lost my power.
Meditation and self-compassion are very helpful to me, a therapist was (and still is) a great support, but some of the most transformational healings have happened to me in shamanic rituals, healing sessions or journeys.
Perhaps like you, I’m attuned to myths, to stories, to songs and symbols. Ritual and symbol, the wordless language of the subconscious, are incredibly potent.
Shamanic practitioners, such as the healers I’ve worked with, see themselves as simply ‘hollow bones’ channeling the sacred energies that support us to remember ourselves. It is the client who empowers themselves, by engaging with these sacred energies in trance at a subconscious or soul level; the shaman simply invokes, holds space and witnesses.
I have eight years of experience in shamanism, and have trained in Shamanic Buddhism (Nyingma School), Aboriginal Sacred Lore (Grandmother Mulara) and Irish Celtic Shamanism (Slí An Chroí). I also have qualifications as a meditation and qi gong teacher and coach.
I find much healing, solace and inspiration on vision quests and medicine journeys, and have been initiated into the mysteries of the sacred waters as a water priestess, thanks to the blessings of Isis and the Rainbow Serpent.
What kind of healing sessions are available?
⚕︎Sacred water (life force) healing
⚕︎Energy healing and extractions
⚕︎Ritual and ceremony
How do I book?
Book a consultation, where we’ll explore which practice best suits your needs.
As a registered shamanic healer, I have full public liability insurance. I practice every day, and have ongoing supervision with an experienced shamanic healer and teacher.