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Oxfordshire

Celtic Sweat Lodge

Join us for our first Oxfordshire ‘Vale of the White Horse’ Sweat Lodge. It is an honour to be hosting Phil Whitefeather “Medicine Man” during a full hunter’s Moon, on our Sacred land. We would like to offer this first Lodge and Ceremony (with space for 13) to healers & facilitators only.

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Celtic Sweat Lodge
Celtic Sweat Lodge

Time & Location

28 Oct 2023, 12:00 – 21:00

Oxfordshire, Waylands, Longcot Road, Shrivenham, Oxfordshire SN6 8HF, UK

About the event

Phil WhiteFeather is a brilliant Drum Birthing Elder, and an experienced Psychotherapist and facilitator of Shamanic Medicine.

He is authentic to the core with a deep respect and honour in sharing traditional Native and Celtic teachings.

Phil holds drumming circles for his tribe in the Southwest and offers Kambo detoxes, these alongside his Shamanic Healings and gatherings make him a powerful and magnetic facilitator.

Deborah Curtis is a Spiritual Teacher, a Sacred Ceremonial Facilitator, a Yoga Teacher Trainer, a Cacao Spirit Keeper, and a Healer of the ‘Shamanka’ Medicine Woman Lineage.

Deborah has a profound ability to hold Sacred Space and Ceremony, as well as an unwavering commitment to facilitate others in finding their ‘true path' - their personal path of potential, of joy, and of liberation.

This workshop will be held in the vibrant temple space at Deborah’s home retreat,

Which is sits on sacred land in the valley of the white horse.

We would like to offer this first Lodge and Ceremony (with space for 13) to healers & facilitators only.

Both Phil and Deborah feel passionately about providing a welcoming space for light workers to be held, and deeply nourished. 

This Lodge is for your self care, for your purification and expansion, and a beautiful opportunity to be together in Ceremony with other Sacred leaders. 

Sweat Lodge is a Sacred place whereby a community of people come together for personal and spiritual healing, connection to the land, nature, mother earth - Pacha Mama and our ancestors (seen and unseen). 

Sweat Lodge itself is often referred to as the belly of our mother and inside it's dark whereby no light enters, other than glowing heated grandfather rocks. The darkness combined with heat empowers us to go within, as so we don't go without.

The wood that we use for the structure of lodge is often referred to as the bones of our mother. We use whips from the willow or the hazel tree. We coppice the trees mindfully with prayers and offerings.

Generally, there are about 4 rounds for sweat lodge, each round is varied and differs in time (shamanic time).

Prayers, chants, meditation, singing, journeying, and vocal purging is mostly what lodge entails. Sweat lodge can last anywhere between 90 minutes to 2hrs.

Hot rocks (grandfather rock) are brought into the lodge by the fire keeper and each rock will be blessed by lodgers before rocks go onto the fire. When grandfather rocks are hot and ready, we enter lodge and then bless each rock with sweetgrass as they are brought into lodge. 

The heat of lodge helps physical, mental, and spiritual cleansing. It also helps to keep you humble, whilst melting away the ego, to help transcend oneself into a higher state of consciousness, and connection. All woven together helps to enable a profound and deep healing experience.

Sweat Lodge is an old ancient medicine practice, mostly but not all practiced by indigenous people and shamans.

October 28th 12pm – 9pm ish 

£55

If you would like to book a space, please email/message me and I will send you the bank details to make a transfer.

Once you have booked your space, we will email you with more info and what to bring. 

There is space on my driveway for overnight vehicles and if the ground is not too wet, space to sleep over in one of the teepees - this offer will be on a donation basis. 

There is also the option of local B&B.

One Heart One Tribe

Tickets

  • Sweat Lodge Ticket

    £55.00
    +£1.38 service fee
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