My name is Neil Hatherly and I was born in England in 1977. Early on I moved to my current home in Bavaria, and am now living in Gilching, near Munich, with my family where I work as software engineer and shamanic practitioner.
In 2007 I began my studies at the Schamanischen Schule Ute Fechter. Since then I have deepened my knowledge and my practice in further seminars, workshops and activities with shamans from all over the world - for instance with Ute Fechter, Carlos Sauer from Brasil, Vernon Foster of the Klamoth/Modoc tribes and medicine man in the Lakota and Ojibwe traditions, Solyomfi Nagy Zoltan from Hungary, Ahamkara from the Altai, Dennis Banks (Nowa Cumig) of the Ojibwe tribe and founding member of the American Indian Movement (AIM)...
From them I learnt what shamanism is and how to apply it for the well-being of all feeling beings in today's world. On spiritual journeys to Brasil and to the First Nations People of North America I was allowed to immerse myself in their spirituality.
Deepening my knowledge is a constant focus, and I hold workshops and work with clients to help them with their questions and problems. To help them rediscover and reactivate the Good Medicine inside them.
Additionally, I love spending time with my family, being out in nature, and try to be mindful and enjoy every moment of life.