How to Make Rituals (workshop)


Wednesday, 4 March 2020


14:00 - 17:30


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The beauty & power of rituals

Rituals are essential for bringing meaning to life, crossing thresholds, healing, creating rhythm and celebrating what is important to us.

Through ritual, we can stand in contact with what we regard as sacred, transform our identities, become members of- or leave groups, initiate projects, process grief and trauma, give purpose to parts of our day, create culture at work, connection in our families, and much more.


Want to join the workshop? Get your ticket via Eventbrite.

What will we do?

We will start by creating and enacting a simple arrival ritual together. This will put you in a state of mind that is great for you to get familiar with before we use the arrival ritual as a basis for theorising on ritual design.

Once you feel comfortable and have some design principles to apply, we will get engaged in designing personal rituals for you to use in your work or private life. Presentations of these will conclude our afternoon together and give you inspiration and insight in what situations might benefit from rituals. Check out the detailed program on Eventbrite.

13:30Walk in
14:00Start - arriving ritual
14:15Ritual Making workshop


  • Adriana
  • Sacha

About Viktor Lysell Smålänning

Viktor is based in Leipzig, Germany and has been working as a ritual designer all over Europe since 2014. At the moment he is mainly working together with clients on developing experiential and ceremonial elements to leadership programs.

Read more about his services: Ritual at Work.

Viktor has been featured on national radio in the UK on BBC4 and in Australia on ABC. And he recently talked about how he ended his childhood on a stand up stories event in Amersfoort.

The power of rituals


Join ritual designer Viktor Lysell Smålänning at the Treehouse Tribe for this amazing workshop.

About the venue

The Treehouse Tribe is a coworking space where kindness meets business. Located just a hop and a skip (and a 2 minute ferry ride) away from Central Station, in the buzzing North district of Amsterdam.

More about the space