The 25th International Conference on Shamanism and Alternative Modes of Healing occurred Labor Day weekend at the fully booked Santa Sabina conference facility in San Rafael, California. The effective mix of presentations, experiential sessions, and discussion, once again facilitated a deep exploration of current issues in shamanism and alternative modes of healing.
Conference Audio Recordings are available including discussions and performances that will not be available in other formats or in the Conference Proceedings.
Conference Proceedings will be available some time during the first part of 2009.
Santa Sabina Center
San Rafael, CaliforniaAugust 30 to September 1
Labor Day weekend
|The 2008 Conference included a
Ruth-Inge Heinze Memorial Lecture
by Dr. Stanley Krippner
|Dr. Stan Grof, Researcher of non-ordinary states of consciousness also spoke.|
Mongolian Shamans presented at the 2008 Conference
“Shamans play an important role in society today, by removing imbalances and restoring the connection between the sacred and the
secular. They continue to ritualize the process of transformation.”
Dr. Ruth-Inge Heinze passed away July 20, 2007
The Annual Conference on the Study of Shamanism and Alternative Modes of Healing was founded in 1984 by Dr. Ruth-Inge Heinze.