Shamanism is one of the most ancient spiritual and healing

practices, forming a common heritage amongst many cultures.

Indigenous people talk about the different worlds, or parallel

universes, aside from our own physical reality. They journey,

voyage or fly into these worlds, in order to access information from

spiritual beings of light, and bring healing and guidance back into

their world.

This workshop is a wonderful foundation course for anyone who is:

  • interested in exploring shamanism; 

  • who has done some journeying in the past and wishes to reconnect; or

  • has been working with other holistic disciplines and resonates with this ancient path of the Earth and Sky. 


This workshop requires advanced booking with deposit and pre-registration. If you are not able to attend due to issues with Covid (for example if you are required to isolate etc), you will have the opportunity to join the workshop online via zoom. Links will be sent nearer the time. 

Cost:         £210.00

Deposit:    £105.00, to secure your place  (non refundable and non transferable)

                  (Please email the School on for our bank details)

Dates:       10.00-17.00, 04-05th June 2022

Venue:       Library, Glasgow Theosophical Society, 17 Queen's Crescent, Glasgow G4 9BL

Introduction to Shamanism


In this workshop you will learn the art of shamanic journeying and how shamans access different etheric planes for healing, energy work and divination. We explore how shamans around the globe view dis-ease and how they relate it to loss of soul essence and power.

The course also covers:


  • foundation teachings on how to journey shamanically and access the different etheric planes in the lower, middle and upper worlds;

  • how to open sacred space and work safely with our spirit guides and power animals;

  • how to build a shamanic altar;

  • what is classic shamanism and shamanic healing. 


Fotoula Adrimi – shamanic teacher


Fotoula teaches ancient methods of classic and cross cultural shamanism that have been practiced on the Earth for thousands of years.


She says, "I adopt a cross cultural approach to shamanism, based on my training in classic and core shamanism, Native American, Himalayan, Bon Po, Toltec, Celtic and Ancient Greek teachings and rituals. I carry a rich shamanic lineage from my family, that used to be practiced in the mountain of Pelion of Greece and has been fast disappearing. At the same time, I have studied widely with both western teachers such as Sandra Ingerman, as well as indigenous shamans and healers, such as Bhola Banstola in Nepal and Tibet.”

Fotoula is a highly experienced shamanic teacher.

She has been holding weekly shamanic circles and workshops since 2009 and teaching shamanic practitioners since 2012. As a practitioner herself, Fotoula has been working with clients since 2007

and has helped hundreds of people.

04-05th June, Glasgow, Scotland

Introduction to Classic Shamanism – facilitated by Fotoula Adrimi

In person – Introduction Shamanic Workshop