Who is the Vǫlva or Völva?

What does her name mean?

What is her role in the community?

How do we work with her in the Old Norse Tradition, when practicing Seiðr?


This class takes you into her mysterious and sacred realm...


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Imelda Almqvist is an international teacher of Sacred Art and Seidr/Old Norse Traditions (the ancestral wisdom teachings of Northern Europe). She has published three books: Natural Born Shamans: A Spiritual Toolkit for Life (Using shamanism creatively with young people of all ages) in 2016, Sacred Art: A Hollow Bone for Spirit (Where Art Meets Shamanism) in 2019 and Medicine of the Imagination - Dwelling in possibility (an impassioned plea for fearless imagination) in 2020. She has presented her work on both The Shift Network and Sounds True. She appears in a TV program, titled Ice Age Shaman, made for the Smithsonian Museum, in the series Mystic Britain, talking about Neolithic arctic deer shamanism. She is currently finishing up her fourth book, about the pre-Christian spirituality of The Netherlands and Low Countries. She has already started her fifth book: about the runes of the Futhark/Uthark. Her response to the 2020 pandemic was starting an on-line school on Teachable called Pregnant Hag Teachings, to make more of her classes available on-line.

Please check out my three books!


They can be ordered through any quality bookstore or online!

Natural Born Shamans: A Spiritual Toolkit for Life


Using Shamanism Creatively with Young People of All Ages


Sacred Art: A Hollow Bone for Spirit


Where Art meets Shamanism


Medicine of the Imagination: Dwelling In Possibility


An Impassioned Plea For Fearless Imagination

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Meet The Vǫlva! SEIDR CLASS

Seidr Class #2 (February 2021)

In this class we meet the awe-inspiring figure of the Norse Vǫlva, who speaks prophecies in the text titled Vǫluspá, in the Poetic Edda!