• Don Emilio

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    Don Emilio is an Onanya (Shipibo shaman) working with us since the beginnings. He comes from Roya, a remote native community on the banks of upper Ucayali. His shipibo name is Bawan Meni, that means Receptive Loro (parrot). He was given this name because of the beauty of his voice, Read more [...]

  • Juan Tangoa Paima

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    Don Juan Tangoa Paima was born on 29 March 1951 in the Neiva region of Cali, Colombia. At the age of 4 he immigrated to Iquitos, Peru with his family; they lived with his maternal grandparents. His grandfather was a great healer of that time, as were his brothers. Juan Read more [...]

  • Medardo Dahua Tamani

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    Medardo has been learning the medicine for 10 years, his maestro is his uncle, DonBenino. He has his own centre for dieting plants at Tamishyacu , and we are honored to have him come to Phoenix Ayahuasca to hold ceremony and help with retreats. He is an accomplished Curandero with Read more [...]

  • Don Lucho

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    The shaman leading the ceremonies is Don Lucho the owner of Kapitari Center. He has lived in, and served the same community all his life which is the small village of Manacamiri just outside Iquitos. In 1980 he founded Kapitari an organisation and research center dedicated to helping protect and Read more [...]

  • Ladimiro Murayari

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    Ladimiro Murayari is master Shaman , Healer, ayahuascero. Born in Peru in the region of Loreto - Iquitos- Tamshiyacu in the Amazon jungle, Ladimiro is dedicated to shamanism for over 40 years, besides, he is a Vegetalista and  Palero; from very young man dedicated to the search for new medicinal Read more [...]

  • Percy Garcia Lozano

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    My name is Percy Garcia Lozano, I was born on the 7th of September 1973 in the community of Aucayo, located 2 hours from the Port of Mazusa (Iquitos), navigating through the waters of the Amazon River. From the age of 10, I learned my knowledge in Curanderismo from my Read more [...]

  • Maestro Heberto (Coshi Niwe)

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    Don Heberto (Shipibo name Coshi Niwe) belongs to the Shipibo-Conibo ethnic group of the Peruvian Amazon and descends from a lineage of indigenous Shipibo Merayas (the highest level shamans for the Shipibo people) and Onanya (shamans).  A relative of Don Mariano, Don Alfredo and Doña Ercilia, he is the grandson Read more [...]

  • Arnaldo Vazquez Catashunga

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    Our shaman Arnaldo Vazquez Catashunga started learning to master the Blanca curing science in March 2002. By December 2007, he formally completed his education as a curandero doctor in the “Sciencia Blanca” or “Sciencia Divina” of Ayahuasca Shamanism and will have nothing to do with the various magics used in Read more [...]

  • Sankenowe

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    My knowledge Since my childhood I was prepared for my life as a shaman. I dedicated myself for more than 25 years to the healing of my brothers and sisters on the spiritual, mental and physical levels. My knowledge and my energies come from the masters from the north of Read more [...]