Shamanic tools for healing-workshop



The workshop was created to introduce you to the Shamanic Tools for healing on all 4 levels of perception, our physical bodies, our mind and emotions, our Soul, and our energy field. When we heal on all 4 levels of perception, we retrieve our wholeness, and restore out light. Through the light of our Core essence, we are always connected to Oneness, the energy of the Creation, of everything. In that connection, we understand that we are inseparably interconnected, supported, guided, and whole; we just need to remove all the defenses created to protect our wounds and fears.

Join us in this 2 day workshop to explore and experience:

  • Sharing in Sacred Ceremonies with gratitude and intentions.
  • Connecting with:
    • Guardians and Keepers of the Seven Sacred directions.
    • Each other and building a loving and safe community.
    • Stone people, plant people, and animal family that offer us their healing wisdom and guidance.
  • Deep healing and connection through sharing the Sacred Pipe, and building and honoring the Medicine Wheel.
  • Healing your physical body, mind, Soul, and energy field.
  • Upgrade of your energy field with Hampe Karpay, the Healer’s Rite that will awaken your inner healer and connect you to Hampe lineage of medicine people who will guide and support you on your healing journey.
  • Dreaming into Being together, the world of peace, love,  and harmony with ourselves, and all our relatives!

Sacred Pipe

We will provide:

  • Ceremonial tools.
    • Candles / matches 
    • Wooden sticks / Toothpicks
    • Smudging Herbs

Suggestions on what to bring:

  • Your ceremonial tools.
    • Your Mesa, if you are a Mesa carrier – Khuya Party!!!
    • Notebook / journal / paper and pen
    • Rattle / Drum
    • Your Smudging Herbs
    • Your Spirit water
    • Pi Stone
  • Slippers or thick socks to wear in the workshop space

Korana’s Mesa

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with any questions, comments, or suggestions!



Package Includes 

  • Weekend of love-filled ceremonies, teachings, and practices,  in an amazing teaching space.

Package Does Not Include

  • Accommodation, travel, and meals. 

Pricing for the weekend:

  • Returning member: $250
  • Early bird: $280
  • Final: $300



Dear Jasmina, we are deeply grateful to be able to share this beautiful and peaceful space. We are excited to spend time together and with the energy of this special place! Thank you so much for opening it to us!

  • Address:
    • Studio Mix, Ilica 196, 10 000 Zagreb, Hrvatska (Croatia)



  • Getting to Zagreb
    • By Plane: The capital of Croatia is well connected to other major Croatian and European cities: in fact, the Zagreb airport is the biggest airport in Croatia. The airport is located 17 km southeast of the city center, reaching town takes about about 30 minutes with the frequent operating airport bus or 25 minutes with Taxi.
    • By Train: You can travel to Zagreb by train from numerous cities in Europe, such as Munich, Graz, and many others. The railway station in Zagreb is located 1 km walk from the main square, it can be easily reach with tram from most parts of Zagreb.
    • By Bus: You can easily reach Zagreb by bus from other European cities because, as a capital, it is very well connected. There are direct bus lines to Zagreb from Ljubljana, Vienna, Berlin and Trieste, to name but a few.The main bus station in Zagreb is located at Avenija Marina Držića 4; the exact location on the map can be found here. To get to the city center from the main bus station, you can take the tram nr. 6 which connects the main bus station and Ban Jelacic Square.


  • Public transportation, getting around in Zagreb
    • Trams and buses:Public transport in Zagreb is mostly operated by ZET company (Zagreb electric tram) which manages the tram and bus network, as well as the cable car and funicular. There are 134 day bus lines and 4 night lines. While trams are the most popular means of transport in the centre of Zagreb, buses cover better the suburban parts of the city. You can find all the information like e.g prices for  public transport in Zagreb here.
    • Taxi: If you need a taxi, we recommend Taxi Cammeo, which is the most affordable option in town. The starting price is 6,00 HRK (a little less than one euro), and each following kilometer will cost you an additional 6,00 HRK. You can call them on the phone: +385 (1) 1212, or order a taxi via their application.
    • Bike: Zagreb is a bike-friendly city, which means that there are many options available when it comes to renting a bike. There is a bike-sharing network called Nextbike: you can simply download the app on your phone and use it to rent a bike and return it when you don’t need it anymore. The activation fee is 79 HRK, and it can be used as a credit for bike rentals. Make sure to return the bike on time, because if you do not return it after 24 hours of use you will be charged an additional fee of 750 HRK.

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