Shamanic Rattle Crafting Day

Shamanic rattles are traditionally used all over the world for connecting with the spirit worlds. They are valuable tools for healing, clearing space, protection and for altering your brainwaves so you can travel on shamanic journeys.

Magic happens when women come together in a safe space to craft and share. Oxytocin is released, we replenish and reconnect with our ancient female ancestors by crafting as they used to.  And we return to our lives not just with our new creations, but with our cups full again.

We will sit in sacred circle together to create our rattles and then Shamanic Journey to enhance the connection between you and your newly made rattle and to know its particular medicine.


Next workshop:

Woven Shamanic Rattle Crafting Day

Sunday November 10th, 2019

9.30am – 2pm

Hide Rattles

$60 (+pp fee)

includes materials and morning tea.

Mullumbimby area.

Bookings essential. Places limited. Click button to register your place
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Cancellations only accepted 7 days before workshop date.  No refunds after this time.


Organise your own rattle crafting day:

In a full day workshop we make two distinctly different rattles, one woven from natural fibres, and the other a traditional hide rattle.  $110pp

(Skin is sourced from wild animals that are culled in South Australia.  They are not farmed so we are not creating a market).

 Half day workshop – traditional hide rattle.  $60pp

To organise a rattle crafting day contact us!

Want to make a rattle but live far away?

You can now purchase an online Craft your Own Rattle Module that includes hide to make your rattle with, via the online course page.

Or check out the Rattle Crafting Instruction e-booklet in the bookstore.

Past course photos:

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A relaxing day yesterday….spent crafting rattles in circle…. …. blessed by a divine winters day, beautiful women and….then as we closed circle and gave back with song and dance….by two eagles 🦅 who circled above us! . A full cycle of receiving, giving and receiving…! . This was part of pathway one of our online shamanic herbalism course and a beautiful chance for the local participants to come together and share. We'll be offering this pathway again in October. Details via bio link. . @janineemersonherbalist #rattlemaking #shamanicrattles #circlemedicine #shamanicherbalism #natureconnections #eagles #blessed #naturespirits #courses #byronbay #onlinecourses #wildflowerwalker

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Top: 8th March 2018 in the red tipi, Lismore Womens Festival – half day Rattle Crafting.

Middle: 2017 Mullumbimby Community Gardens, full day hide and woven rattle crafting.

Bottom: 2016 Rosebank Sanctuary – half day deerskin rattles.