This page contains free resources and information for the ‘shamanism community’, both members of the public interested in shamanism and practitioners. These include a list of shamanic practitioners; shamanic courses, workshops, training and events; book reviews and an online support discussion group. Please scroll down this page for more information.
Subscription to Indie Shaman magazine includes free membership with further community benefits which are listed on this page where appropriate. For a complete list of membership benefits please visit our Magazine page
Shamanic Practitioner List
Need a shamanic practitioner? Have a look through our Shamanic Practitioners List. Our list is arranged by location to make your search easier.
If you are a shaman or shamanic practitioner consideration for inclusion on our list is one of the benefits included with an Indie Shaman subscription. Please note that listing is not guaranteed and may be subject to references and other verification. All practitioners included on our list must confirm they agree with our Aims and Ethics for Practitioners. If you would like to be considered for inclusion in our list please contact us.
Shamanism: Course Providers’ List
If you are looking for training in shamanism or as a shamanic practitioner take a look at our Course Providers List which features practitioners who run shamanic courses, workshops, training and events in the UK and internationally as well as shamanism home study courses and related topics.
If you provide courses, workshops or training in shamanism, shamanic practitioner training or courses in related subjects, consideration for inclusion on our list is one of the benefits included with an Indie Shaman subscription. Please note that to be listed as a course provider you must provide tutor support with your training (not just e.g. videos online for people to study in their own time alone with no feedback). Listing is not guaranteed and may be subject to references and other verification. All practitioners included on our list must confirm they agree with our Aims and Ethics for Practitioners. If you would like to be considered for inclusion in our list please contact us.
A diary of shamanic events and workshops are listed on our Events page
Sharing of information on our website events page is free. Selected relevant events are also published on the events page of Indie Shaman magazine (subject to available space). Listed practitioners and magazine subscribers (members) take precedence for magazine space. Please contact us for more information about adding your listing. Relevant events only please.
Shamanic Drumming Circles List
Shamanic drumming circles are listed on our Drum Circles page
Sharing of information on our website drum circle page is free. Informatoin about drumming circles may also published on the events page of Indie Shaman magazine (subject to available space). Listed practitioners and magazine subscribers (members) take precedence for magazine space. Please contact us for more information or to add your listing.
Want to chat to like-minded people or would like some advice or support? Indie Shaman has a Facebook Discussion group which is a space where people can discuss shamanism and share information in a safe and supportive environment. (It is a closed group with posts only view-able by group members and membership needing to be approved first.)
There are people in our group with a wide range of experience including beginners and those well known in the field. The group ethos is that “there is no such thing as a stupid question, opinion or experience and no one truth or ‘right answer'” and we aim to treat all paths, opinions and views with equal respect.
Please do join us – Indie Shaman Facebook Group.
Book Reviews and Information
Looking for a book on shamanism or just for a good book? Visit our book review site Shamanism:Books for information and reviews on a large number and wide range of books!
Indie Shaman is a member of The Pagan and Heathen Symposium, a collection of diverse UK Pagan and Heathen organisations who have joined together to represent our members through a shared platform, allowing us to work effectively together towards a common goal. Work the Symposium has evolved to date includes: a Pagan friendly counsellor network; a code of conduct; input into religious education and the first step of introducing paganism to the UK National Curriculum and input into the UK consultation on marriage reform.
Indie Shaman’s representative on the Pagan and Heathen Symposium is June Kent. If you would like to put something forward for consideration by the Symposium please contact her via email, post or our contact page.
Please note that Indie Shaman is not exclusively Pagan and members of all denominations are most welcome.
Other Useful Resources
Our other useful resources list includes relevent online information websites, shops, forums, blogs and alternative practitioners.
Indie Shaman is happy to exchange links with any appropriate website. If you have a website and would like to swap links please contact us.