Doorways to Shamanism & Totem Animal Ceremony
Modern Organic Yoga Cafe - Long Jetty, NSW, Australia
Saturday, March 18th ~ 11:00am – 4:00pm
Join us for a powerful introduction into the ancient earth medicine ways of Shamanism, and Totem Animal Ceremony. This time-tested path of our ancestors emerged thousands of years ago and has been
found on every inhabited continent on Earth.
Shamanism is a sacred spiritual path which supports us to:
skilfully navigate and deepen our connection with Life
develop attunement with the flow and rhythm of Nature
nurture and nourish our Soul
reanimate our unique gifts and alignment with our destiny
Our sacred circle will include:
Totem Animal Ceremony
introduction and overview of shamanism and the cosmology of the three worlds
how to work with permission, reverence, and boundaries
shamanic journeying into the hidden realms of spirit
wisdom teachings and ceremony from White Bone Shamanic tradition,
as well as sacred songs and stories to support your experience
All are welcome as this day is perfect for those who are brand new to shamanism,
and those who would like to refresh and deepen their medicine and practice.
Please pre-register as space is limited.
Register at MindBody Online
Early Bird Offering (paid in full by Mar 3):
Individual: $100 per person
With a friend: $90 per person
Late Bird (paid in full by Mar 15)
Individual: $125 per person
With a friend: $115
Our circle will be held @ Modern Organic Yoga Cafe
310a The Entrance Road ~ Long Jetty, New South Wales, Australia
Angela Prider is a Wisdom Keeper, Shamanic Practitioner, and teacher. As Bean Feasa (wise woman) she has been immersed for over 20 years in training and initiation with indigenous wisdom-keepers, which include her Irish ancestors and Peruvian teachers, and her elders from the Siksika Blackfoot, and Curanderismo lineages. She is known for her grounded presence in holding a sweet and sacred space of compassion in her healing practice, spiritual circles, and White Bone Shamanic Apprenticeship community.
We would like to show our respect and acknowledge the Darkinjung people, Traditional Custodians of the Land,
and Elders past and present on which our event will take place.