Whether you decide to do my course or not, Glastonbury is a must visit place for anyone on a spiritual path.
I love teaching crystal therapy in Glastonbury because there are so many crystal shops for my students to go treasure seeking in, all accessible on foot at lunch time. Here's just a few of them!
In the courtyard where I teach the Diploma you'll find the famous Stone Age
owned by Lui Krieg who offers crystal sound healing. The entrance alone makes Glastonbury worth visiting!
Artist, Clairvoyant and Healer Marianna Sheldrake owns Happy Glastonbury
. She is the author of the bestselling book The Crystal Healer and offers Crystal Workshop days through the year.TSCT Diploma students who show their Student card are offered a 10% discount.
Mike at The Crystal Man
carries a huge range of crystals. If you can't find something ask him! TSCT Diploma students who show their Student card are offered a 10% discount.
Elestial is one of the newest shops and is well worth a visit.
is part of the only national chain of Crystal shops.
And that's only a taster of where to buy your crystals in Glastonbury! It's not all about shopping though, there are good reasons why Glastonbury is one of the spiritual centres of the UK.
Glastonbury Courtyard Experience
The Courtyard is a wonderful place to hang out and watch the world go by, with refreshments available from the Blue Note Cafe. It also contains one of my all time favourite shops, Star Child, suppliers of a most diverse range of solid incense ingredients and blends.
Whilst you are attending the course you may also like to build in time for visiting the spiritual attractions that Glastonbury has to offer.
A walk up Glastonbury Tor makes a bracing start to your day and you are rewarded with wonderful views from the top. You can easily imagine that this was the ancient Isle of Avalon, especially on days when an Autumnal mist surrounds it.
Chalice Well Gardens
are tranquil and make a beautiful place to meditate, contemplate and sit with your crystals. You can become a 'Companion' for a reasonable fee and benefit from free entry throughout the year.
You can also collect Glastonbury Spring water for free on Wellhouse Lane and visit the White Spring
has a marker forKing Arthur and Queen Guinevere's grave
. Whether the remains of the legendary couple did indeed rest here until their bodies were moved in 1278 isn't completely proven, but it is a reminder of their part in Glastonbury's place as a centre for Arthurian myth and legend in the British Isles.