Experiential Learning Itineraries
Nepalese Jhankri, Bhola Banstola, who is a hereditary shamanic healer, and an experienced guide and shamanic teacher is offering an opportunity to study his culture’s rich shamanic traditions–in Nepal!
During his remarkable immersive tour, you will be meeting shamans of different ethnic backgrounds (both men and women) in their healing spaces. You will have the opportunities to learn in-depth healing practices in a beautiful, indoor conference hall that was especially created for this purpose, outdoors in the sacred places and temple complex and out in Nature.
Bhola and Mimi collaborate with many old and young, male and female shamans of diverse traditions and cultural backgrounds for more than twenty years. You will be visiting shamans who transmit long lineages of wisdom in their homes for consultations, divinations and healing.
The program is designed in such a way that you will have four to five days full-immersion in indoor experiential classes with healing rituals and ceremonies; visits to sacred places to offer prayers and ceremonies; power places and temples; villages; medieval palaces, squares, participation in local ceremonies and rituals; and much more.
Voyage d’Immersion Chamanique au Népal
Meeting Nepalese Shamans with Gorkha in Nepal.
We invite all those interested, motivated and ready for the experience, to join us for this shamanic immersion trip to Nepal.
From 11 to 26 August 2018
Join Nanouk together with Bhola Banstola on this trip into the magic of nepalese shamanism, to the discovery of the healing traditions of the Himalayas.
From 2 to 15 September 2018
International Group. This journey will be conducted in English but French translation can be sometimes provided.
Sacred Shamanistic Pilgrimage to Nepal with Evelyln Rysdyk
This trip is focused on sharing/teaching multi-ethnic, multi-cultural rich shamanic healing traditions of Nepal-Himalayas.
You will have the opportunities to learn in-depth shamanic healing practices indoor in a beautiful conference hall created for this purpose, outdoors in the sacred places and temple complex and Nature.
From 7 to 19 October 2018.