New Moon Shamanic Bootcamp with Rebekah Shaman
24-26 February 2017
Join us for this intense new moon personal development workout and get ready to flex your wings and fly.
Prepare to dive into spring detoxed from mental, emotional and spiritual BS. With increasing darkness on the planet make sure your light is switched on and set to service.
Set in a beautiful retreat centre on the edge of the Oxfordshire border in Warwickshire this specially formulated weekend will take you through your shadow and back into the heart so you have the tools and inner guidance to help deal with life gracefully and effortlessly.
Kundalini yoga will help to awaken the body, stir the energy and dust out those energetic cobwebs, the cacao ceremony is a gentle yet transformational plant medicine journey which gives us the stillness to listen to messages and give us time to focus on issues we may have been avoiding and set new intentions going forward. The powerful gongs and sound healing assist us on a cellular level to heal and instil change.
True transformation comes from deep inner work which is not without it's sweat and tears but like anything hard you come out energised and refreshed with a new sense of clarity.
This Bootcamp will help sweep out any doubt, darkness and debris that may have accumulated over the winter months so you can emerge into spring shining and ready for anything.
Your facilitator - Rebekah Shaman’s role is to help people tune in to their own inner truth and her practice is firmly based in the real world.
Rebekah was initiated by a Shaman in Peru, and has been practicing and mentoring in both the amazon jungle and the concrete jungle. Rebekah see’s this as a time where everyone needs to listen to their own intuition.
Rebekah has studied and worked with three ‘feminine’ plant medicines over the last 17 years; Ayahuasca (a vine from the Peruvian Amazon), Cannabis and Cacao. Rebekah is an ambassador for women shaman, currently working on 'Her Story,' a film about female shaman of the Amazon. Rebekah has a BA (Hons) in Study of Religions, and MSc in Development Economics, both from SOAS University, and a Post-graduate Psychology Diploma in the Human Givens Approach. She is also the author of the self-published book ‘The Shaman’s Last Apprentice’.
Our Kundalini goddess Taran Cameron will be facilitating morning Kundalini Yoga sessions and you will also be bathed in gong healing by Taran and Sound Awakening over the weekend.
Some of the weekend's activities include:
Sacred Cacao Ceremony
New Moon Ritual
Morning Kundalini Yoga
Walk the Labyrinth
Times - Friday evening 17.30pm - Sunday 4pm
Friday - We will meet and settle in and then have dinner together after which we will have the opening circle ceremony stating our intentions for the weekend and opening the sacred space.
Saturday - The day will begin with a Kundalini yoga session led by Taran Cameron. This will centre the heart and awaken the kundalini energy setting us up for the day. We will then enjoy breakfast before we 'Walk The Labyrinth' in the ground's labyrinth.
After some free time and lunch we will begin the Sacred Cacao Ceremony which lasts for up to 4 hours.
We will then spend some time in reflection before dinner. In the evening we will be treated to a New Moon Gong Bath where you can just lie back, relax and let the body process all of the day's work in stillness and peace.
Sunday - We will begin with breakfast and will then have some time for reflection. Shortly after Rebekah will lead a New Moon ritual and we will end with a final healing Gong Bath to complete the weekend's work.
We will have a closing circle at 2.30pm and end the weekend at 4pm.
*schedule subject to change
Cost - £300 for the weekend, or £270 early bird available until 6th January 2017.
There are a very limited number of single rooms available on a first come first served basis for a £80 supplement.
A £100 deposit is required to secure your place on the retreat.
What's included and what to bring
All food, accommodation and ceremonies are included in the price but the retreat center ask that you bring a top and bottom sheet, pillow cases and towels as they do not provide a laundry service.
We recommend that you also bring the following
- Walking boots or wellies, in case it rains and sufficient warm clothes for the labyrinth and nature walks
- A cozy blanket for the meditations as these will take place lying down
- A yoga mat or something to lie on
Holycombe, Whichford, Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire CV36 5PH
Retreat centre website with information about travel and how to get there http://www.holycombe.com/