Spirit Horse Mountain Retreat is the premier vision quest site in Britain. Our beautiful elegant earthy structures open out into a unique secluded valley with wild space in all directions and getting wilder as the land has been purchased by our charity to return to the wild in perpetuity.
Waterfalls and rock pools adorn both ends of the land, with wooded glades, scree slopes, rock face and sheltered nooks abound. There isn't anywhere like this in Britain.
We have been working with vision quest and wild retreat for more than twenty five years. The whole village of thirteen structures, temples, altars, lodges, roundhouses, was from the beginning envisioned by Shivam as a ceremonial camp and later settlement where the old ways of ritual could spring back to life in beauty and with rooted authenticity.
Spirit horse has been used over the years by leading and experienced facilitators with published work such as Leo Rutherford and Eagles Wing, Jane Collins spiritual midwifery, Manda Scott with her exploration of feminine celtic heritage, Toltec shamans, Humanistic Alchemy, Tim Mac and Embercoombe, Jerry Hyde as well as by the Spirit Horse tribe and community in general.
Our rates are welcoming; £17 per person per day as a rough guide without catering and £34 fully catered( with whatever kind of diet you require ) For exact prices for your group contact us as time of year, size of group etc all factor in. This is the ideal venue for any retreat shamanic, ceremonial or otherwise needing a secluded setting in pristine nature.
For a one to one journey towards a Night of Power, vigil and quest for vision with Shivam contact him. At times there is interest serious enough to form a group. Other times one to one works well. His style is probably not for the faint hearted. He works with the famous mountain Cader Idris near Spirit Horse. You can read about it in his book about remaking culture. See here for more details of the Vision Quest with Shivam.
"Out beyond ideas of rightdoing and wrongdoing, there is a green field. I'll meet you there. When you lie down in that grass, Life is too full to talk about"