Due to Covid-19 restrictions it will not be possible to run Spiral One Way of the Völva Trainings in Glastonbury in 2020/21.*
The new Interactive Online Training will run in 2020/21, you can find more details here.
We have left some of the in-person training information online as it gives useful information but no Spiral One application forms are available.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you need any help.
*Please note that our other Glastonbury Priestess Trainings and Goddess Teachings are not affected by changes to this course.
The Way of the Völva
The Norse Shamanka & Priestess of Freyja
Two Spiral Training 2020-2022
with Zindra Anderson
Priestess of Avalon, Priestess of Freyja and Völva
This Two Spiral training in the Art of the Völva, the Norse Shamanka and Priestess of Freyja includes Norse mythology, the practice of Seidr and the making of magical equipment.
The Way of the Völva is to remember and learn how to serve Mother Earth and Goddess Freyja. You will be learning the skills of the Old Wise Women, building relations to all of life and journeying into the Otherworlds.
Seidr is an ecstasy technique, which enables the soul to travel to other worlds to seek information. The practice of Seidr is related to shamanism and can be used for many purposes including divination, protection and healing. To practice Seidr you will need a special Staff and Song.
The magic of the Seidr is held and was taught by the Vanir Goddess Freyja. Among humans in earlier times Seidr was performed by women called Völvur/Valor, which means carrier of a magic staff. The Völvur were highly respected in the society as seeresses.
Way of the Völva courses in 2020/21
Spiral One Interactive Online Training
Take the whole of the First Spiral by working with Zoom over eight weekends in the year, plus an optional* 4 day visit to Glastonbury at the end. Dedicate as a Daughter of Freyja. Or learn about Norse Goddesses by taking the 8 online circles without coming to Glastonbury, receive a diploma on completion.
Spiral Two: (Based on Glastonbury Visits) Becoming a Priestess of Freyja
Can only be taken by coming to Glastonbury for 3 x four day visits.