We merge ourselves in this ancestral cleansing ritual in a very practical way surrounded by the beauty of Nordic forests.
We present and guide you through the work with this very powerful tool in a easy and plain way.
Learning it´s different appliances historically.
Setting an intent for change on personal level as to the collective.
Discover ways to reunite with the Great Spirit (god) and a deepen our connection to Mother Earth.
Getting familiar with the elements and the essence of their qualities.
Rebirthing process; forgive, forget and let go of old inviting your cosmic self and tuning in to the inherent qualities of your Being.
Realigning with Universal Source
Reconnecting to the elements understand natural laws
Mentally: Offering clarity upon the true mission in Life, freeing mind from distraction
Physically: Detox organs, blood cleansing…antibacterial and wound healing benefits
Spiritually: Allows for introspection, deepening our connection to the spirit world and Mother Earth
In this weekend workshop we also intend to share with you a few of ancient tools and techniques as:
Tree Ceremony, Chi Kung (Taoist Qi Gong, UHT), Shamanic Soundscapes, Drum journey and Yoga flow to prepare body and mindset for merging deeper in to our physical, emotional and spiritual bodies.
The way it has helped us to stay healthy and centered in all our relations.
(*Subject to changes)
Additional information about ceremonies and what to bring for those signing up will be emailed after registration and payment
Check in possible after 14
16:00: Welcoming informative and opening circle and grasping the personal and communal intention for the weekend
20:00-21:30: Yin inspired dream enhancing yoga with Shamanic drum journey
22:00: Sleep and recovery
7:45-9:00: Taoist Qigong- Energywork an active shamanic meditation to be connect and center ourselves.
9:00-10:00: Breakfast in silence
10:30-15:00: Theory and introduction about the sacred sweat-lodge ceremony.
Community work, preparing and putting it all together.
15:00: Tree ceremony, connect to Nature, grounding, find your call!
16:00-20:00: Opening sacred space and lighting the sacred fire.
Smudge cleansing and entering sweat lodge.
20:30: A light night dinner….
22:00: Dream time
8:30: breakfast in silence.
9:30: Vinyasa flow Yoga and morning meditation
10:00-12:30: What do I bring home? Closing sharing circle.
Give away your and receive medicine gift.
meet the team
Julian CE Maryssael Andrén
My life path has been enriched with empowered by incredible teachers and masters to whom I’m eternally grateful. To offer Chi Kung-sessions and classes, give treatments and guide Sweatlodge ceremonies seem to be my call for now.
I explore gladly the variations of light fall in Nature and appreciate the gift och being surrounded by its endless magic & power.
I love surfing, play and share in profound.
I certified year 2000 as an Instructor in the Universal Healing Tao (UHT) System developed by Master Mantak Chia.
Founder of Naturalways/Naturkällan Health Studio, Stockholm Yogastudio & Juicebar, 2003-2009 in Stockholm, Sweden.
Runs a Holistic Vacationing hangout on a popular tourist destination in southeast Sweden with Surf tours, classes, treatments and Chi Kung sessions on the beach. www.naturalways.se/vision/
MORE at Shambala
“”This is where the magic happens – together, with open hearts in beautiful nature.”
How to get here
Located just two hours away from Stockholm in Skinnskatteberg, Sweden, the area is easily accessible by air, train and car, making a great option for a short break wildlife destination.
- Coming by air: The nearest airport to Shambala is Stockholm Vasteras. The second nearest airport is Arlanda airport, the main airport in Sweden. You can easily take a train all the way to Skinnskatteberg from both of them.
- Coming by train / bus: We are fortunate to have a train / bus station at Skinnskatteberg only 5 minutes ride from the center. We offer free pick up services from this station in summer.
- Coming by car: Simply open this Google map on your navigator and follow directions to Borntorpet 1 in Skinnskatteberg, Sweden.