• Norma Panduro

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    As one the few female shamans Norma Panduro has dedicated her life to the research and treatment of any form of physical, mental or spiritual illness with the wide diversity of medicinal plants of the Amazons and Ayahuasca in particular. Norma is a very humble but powerful healer who has Read more [...]

  • Ayahuasca Shaman Ayar

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    Ayahuasca Shaman Ayar is original of the Amazonia of Perú & he is traditional medical (Shaman) of the ancestral medicine Ayahuasca. Ayar comes from a family of Ayahuasca Healers, a lineage of Ayahuasca Shamans. For more than 10 years he studied with different masters from the Amazon to learn the Read more [...]

  • Francisco Montes

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    He is a Peruvian shaman of Capanahua ancestry. Francisco created the Sachamama Ethnobotanical Center in 1998. He is a visionary painter whose ayahuasca visions are the source for the paintings that he exhibits at the Center. His work as a healer entails the use of ayahuasca and perfumes. He offers Read more [...]

  • Taita Adonias Quintero

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    with over 40 years of experience in the use of the sacred medicine of Yagé or ayahuasca. tayta Adonias is a native from Columbia, who comes frequently to support us as our superior teacher and brother that guides us our our path of self descovery. In Columbia he is recognised Read more [...]

  • Orlando Chujandama Huazanga

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    Orlando Chujandama Huazanga is a curandero vegetalista from the Peruvian high Amazonian region of the Huallaga River. Born in the small village of Llucayanacu, he was raised partially by his grandfather, Don Aquilino Chujandama one of the most respected master in the field of Vegetalismo of this region. Curandero or Read more [...]

  • Maestro Don Lucho Rimachi

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    Don Lucho started to learn Shamanism when he was teenager with his grandfather following an ancestral lineage of knowledge, after studying medicine and theology he established in the community of Santa-Maria as a Curandero. After more than 30 years of experience Don Lucho came to the village of Padre Cocha Read more [...]