All welcome to join us Wednesday 11th , February at 7.30pm  for an inspirational one hour talk on Shamanism and its modern relevance in contemporary culture by experienced Shaman Yanu Zsigo, followed by a pot luck dinner.

Please bring a plate of food to share.


Yanu will give a talk on the fundamental philosophy and principles of ‘ Shamanism ‘, including its relevance in contemporary culture today.

Shamanism encompasses the premise that shamans are intermediaries or messengers between the human and spirit worlds. They treat ailments and imbalances through ecstatic techniques designed to heal the soul, alleviating these traumas restoring the physical body of the individual to balance and wholeness.

Another integral aspect is communion with the Spirit world to obtain solutions to problems afflicting the community and environment, not only healing the people but bringing them into greater harmony and alignment with the natural world around them, believing that all things are imbued with soul, including, rocks, plants, animals and elements, including earth, air, fire and water etc.

The talk will include explanation of the Shamanic map, including, the origin story of Eagle Shaman, the World Tree, Upper, middle and lower worlds, Spirit helpers and shamanic tools ie, drum, rattles etc.

Y. Zsigo is a trained Shaman, Espiritista and folk magician who acts as an intermediary between the human and spirit worlds. He treats ailments/illness etc using specific techniques to heal the soul and bring about balance. He operates primarily within the spiritual realms, communing with Allies and ancestors alike, which in turn help in the restoration of balance resulting in the elimination of the ailment, problem.

He has travelled extensively training and working with Shamans, Magickians, Espiritistas and Healers from all over the world.

Hosted by Beverley Holt ,

Riviera Reiki;

Cost; 10 euros

19.30pm – 21.30pm

Please bring a plate of food to share and whatever you’d like to drink.

5, Rues Des Ponchettes, Nice.

2nd Floor, Lipman residence.

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