We do not operate a “pay and turn up” policy with this training. The application process is designed to ensure applicants are serious about the work, will commit to it and give it a high degree of priority.
This training is designed to give comprehensive education into known accepted methods of shamanic practice. Successful completion of the course will arm the aspirant with a full range of classical techniques that can be deployed for the well-being of clients experiencing a range of maladies.
Applicants must consider the commitment required to engage successfully in this intense training. For completion of the work, each candidate must attend all four components in person at Ytre Sogn, Norway. As well as this, students will be given tasks, homework and practice work outside of the components and some of these will need to be reported in writing for assessment. One of the assignments is a solitary pilgrimage including a minimum of one overnight stay at the student’s expense. Details of this will be made clear during the training.
A solid coherent group of students is essential and each candidate should accept commitment to the group before applying. The groups will be small, usually around five or six.
You may be asked questions by email or an arranged video meeting, once we have received your application. Please double-check your contact details are correctly stated. We will generally contact you by email in the first instance.