SHAMANIC HEALING CIRCLE
Monthly healing circle to support your physical, emotional and mental balance and spiritual growth.
Do you want to experience and learn practices to cleanse and safeguard your energy level, increase your intuition and your body’s self-healing capacity and therefore your physical and emotional wellbeing?
The Shamanic Healing Circle is a place to explore various ways of energy healing. We will work with shamanic healing arts like meditation, visualisation and connect with nature during our healing journey through the chakras. Our energy centers, the chakras, play a central role and depending on the monthly energies, I will choose amongst the following disciplines so that every month you can experience, learn and deepen your intuition and spiritual practice:
- Aura & Chakra cleansing, reading & balancing
- Meditative self-healing
- Creating a protective shield or filter to stay in your own energy
- Connecting with your guides
- Plant medicine
- Intuitive readings of oracle cards, plants or items
- Medicine Wheel
- Systemic Healing
As a result of these evenings, you will feel more relaxed, grounded, balanced and closer to yourself.
Language: The evenings will be guided in Dutch and/or English, depending on the group settings. You can however always speak the language you feel more comfortable with when expressing yourself.
Join the free introduction evening on Thursday, 22 September by signing up here.
The Shamanic Healing Circle then takes place every 2nd Thursday of the month from 19.30 – 21.30 in Amsterdam. See the exact dates below.
You can book single evenings (25 Euro) or book 3 evenings at once at discounted rate (65 Euro).
Overview of the dates:
Free introduction: Thursday, 22 September 2022, 19.30-21.00
Thereafter once a month: 6 October 2022 | 3 November 2022 | 8 December 2022 | 12 January 2023 | 9 February 2023 | 9 March 2023 | 6 April 2023 | 11 May 2023 | 8 Juni 2023 | 6 July 2023
De Serre, Pieter Calandlaan 258-A, 1069 KW Amsterdam
Easy to reach location in Amsterdam Nieuw-West.
– Tram 1, stop Baden Powellweg, right in front of the building.
– Free parking in the direct neighbourhood