Join us for a shamanic dancing ceremony where we will explore moving through the aspects of the inner medicine wheel: body, heart, mind, and spirit. Dance is an ancient way of literally moving us into and through internal transformations, bypassing the well-worn mental processes that often keep us stuck in patterns that do not give life. In this ceremony, you will:
learn how to listen to your body to receive intuitive information
learn how to focus your mind with intent
learn how to open your heart to yourself and your authentic journey
learn ways to connect with your spirit through movement
learn more about your essential nature on the spiritual level
Ram Spring Wellness
In the Yurt
443 Upper Ganges Rd, Salt Spring Island, BC
$20 at the door.
No drop ins. No dance or shamanic experience necessary. No “steps” to learn.
Adults 18 years + only.
Please register in order to receive protocols for the ceremony beforehand.
To register, email Jen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Along with one-on-one lomilomi, reiki, and shamanic coaching, Jen also gives workshops, creates, and leads ceremonies upon request that are tailored to the specific needs of the inquiring group or individual.
The land your house is on has been around for millions of years since the earth was created. A lot of history has happened on that spot; this ritual can help you align with the ancestors of the land your home is built on. Spiritual cleansing rituals can support the healing of the past to bring peace into the present. Good for homes experiencing much unexpected and unexplained chaos, extensive home repairs, and freak accidents.
Some ceremonies and workshops done in the past include:
Reiki Level One for Kids (Ages 5-9)
An Introduction to Energy Healing for Teens (Ages 12-16)
One Billion Rising: A Dancing Ceremony
Ongoing Drumming and Singing Evenings in Calgary
Rites of Passage Ceremonies are also available to people who request them.
What are Rites of Passage Ceremonies?
Rites of Passage Ceremonies have been done the world over by Earth-based cultures since the beginning of human existence. From birth to death, humans experience many transitions and life markers that shape their life walks. It is well known by shamanic practitioners that ceremonies that mark these changes through celebration, challenge, and learning are integral to healthy growth and maturation in the individual.
Some of these passages include: conception (for people wanting to conceive a child), mother blessings before the birth, welcoming the baby, naming the baby with their medicine name that is encoded with their life’s purpose, puberty rites for both girls and boys, marriage ceremonies, marking ceremonies (after a major completion or accomplishment), vision quests for finding direction in life, elder honouring ceremonies, death and grieving ceremonies – to name a few.