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Shamanic Journey Tribe Night with Kendall at Heart Hive

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Shamanic healing, Currumbin, Gold Coast
Begin the new year with a Shamanic healing workshop:image courtesy Facebook

Shamanic healing has become a trend that has picked up momentum lately, as many people are looking for alternative answers. Kendall from Heart Hive, offers the first Shamanic journey tribe night for 2020 this Thursday evening, February 6th 2020. Trained in all things Shamanic Healing, Kendall will assist all those willing to give Shamanic healing a go with the focus of a positive year.

The trend of Shamanic practices has been around for centuries and traces back to the native clans of Siberia using this practice to enter the spirit world. If we fast forward to today, the Shamanic healing journey uses the same principles to create inner learning and healing, with participants learning about soul connection. Put simply, Shamanic Healing is all about letting go of emotions and other blockages that may make us ill or get us down. This may also include past trauma, a near death experience, or some other form of leaving our body for a period of time.

Now I know, to some it sounds all a bit airy-fairy, but if you want to give something different a go, with an open heart this year, well why not under the tutelage of Kendall give Shamanic healing a go. No previous experience is necessary, as Kendall will guide you in navigating your world and connecting to the world with an open heart. The evening consists of a Tribe Connection, Drum Healing Circle, Gratitude and Connection to Mother Earth, Shamanic Drum Journey and hugs. This is a great way to embrace positive change and empowerment to charge ahead into the new decade.

The class kicks off at 7pm with doors opening at 6:45 and finishing at 9pm at Gecko Hall, 139 Duringan St, Currumbin. Bookings are essential and Kendall asks that you bring a yoga mat, warm blanket, water bottle, notepad and pen. Bookings can be made at
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Where: Gecko Hall, 139 Durigan St, Currumbin
Cost: $30
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