Her career was on the fast track, and her life contained all the ingredients for success and happiness. Or so she thought. Stress began to affect her health to the point where her GP advised her to take a sabbatical.
She had no idea that her three months in Peru would lead to her meeting a shaman who – despite her cynicism – cured her health challenges, and went on to offer her the once in a lifetime opportunity to become his apprentice and study the ancient healing arts passed down orally in strict secrecy from shaman to shaman for over 40,000 years. Initially, Anna spent six months studying with her mentor and two further teachers, as well as interviewing over 35 shamans. The Shaman In Stilettos, published by Penguin and described as ‘the English Eat, Pray, Love’ by The Daily Mail, is her memoir.
To read Anna’s inspirational story, click here.
Anna distils the very best from shamanic techniques, and blends them with the most effective modern approaches to assist her clients in handling the inevitable challenges of daily life, and attaining sustainable inner peace. In her hands, shamanism becomes accessible, dynamic and relevant spirituality for the 21st century.