workshops, *shamanic training, medicine crafts, healing, drumming, one-to-one coaching, firewalking, glasswalking, empowerment & mind, body,
spirit events in Spalding, Lincolnshire, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire, the UK & beyond.
Hello beautiful soul. Thank
you for visiting Firechild's website - we hope our online home provides the answers you seek.
Operated by crafter, energy
healer, writer and workshop leader, Taz Thornton (supported by a team of trusted friends and allies, both physical and
in spirit form), Firechild is based in the heart of the Lincolnshire fenlands and is dedicated to following the old ways as
much as possible, working with the ancestors and living in harmony with the wonderful energies of these celtic lands. Our
workshops are safe, grounded and run with laughter and lightness in our hearts. Our ongoing training programmes,
such as the One Year Shamanic Circle, include on and offline support, as well as creating a strong tribe of people to
work, share, and grow with. Training brings together traditional shamanism as well as a few modern empowerment
techniques to help you step into your power in today's Western world.
We also offer one to one shamanic
coaching and healing. Our coaching sessions can be face to face, via telephone or even Skype.
Taz also regularly
channels and creates a range of medicine crafts, which can also be commissioned on an individual basis. For those wanting
to let their own creative juices flow, we run workshops and one to one sessions at the Firechild Shamanic Crafts Studio
in Spalding, Lincolnshire.
Want to know more? Get in touch!
* A note about the words 'shamanic' and 'shamanism'. Taz uses these terms as they've
fallen into common usage by those looking for a certain kind of animism/energy based teachings. However, Taz has never adopted
the title of shaman, as she does not feel the title is the perfect one for the path she follows. The spiritual traditions
of our British shores have been eroded over time, though the energies and spirits of the land are still strong for those seekers
willing to search for them. In time, she hopes a descriptor more appropriate to her home lands will come forth, be understood
and fall into common usage. Until that time, Taz uses the word 'shamanism' to describe her work, so those wishing
to follow the path might be able to search and find her.