Seersha O’Sullivan is a medicine woman with 30 years experience within the field of complementary therapy.
She has recognised qualifications in shamanic healing, reflexology, reiki, Indian head massage, Bach flower remedies, teaching and counselling.
Seersha began her training in 1982 while she was a disciple of Indian mystic Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh (Osho), working in his ashrams. She learned Native American style drum making with Patrick Pinson of the Mingo tribe and trained in sweatlodge protocol and ceremonies with Ken Littlefish Durrant, medicine man of the Native American Church.
Recently she studied with the Andean master shaman and mystic (Kurak Akulleq) Don Juan Núñez del Prado and has been initiated as a 4th level paqo. For the past seven years Seersha has worked with Eliana Harvey at the Shamanka School of Shamanism at Middle Piccadilly in Dorset.
Seersha and friends at drum-making workshop
Anna Minihane has been walking her path for a number of years now. She spent some years studying and assisting at The Shamanka School in Dorset where she qualified as a shamanic practitioner. She has also gained further qualifications in counselling, holistic massage and teaching.
She has been fortunate to spend time and receive teachings from Devi Dhyani and Satchidanand; in their loving space she was taught the inner workings of Synthesis of Light Energy Enhancement Meditation.
She learned Native American style drum making with Patrick Pinson of the Mingo tribe and considers herself to be a drum doula. To become one with the drum is to lose yourself in creativity.
She has been guided and encouraged by Ken Littlefish Durrant, medicine man of the Native American Church and his wonderful wife Nancy to introduce more people to the power and prayer of the sweat.