Art of the Andean Shaman with Ruében Orellana
Inviting Pacha Mama (Mother Earth) into your life.
Nature is our connection to physical, emotional & spiritual healing
A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to spend an incredible weekend with Ruben Orellana, Shaman, former Chief Archaeologist Machu Picchu, anthropologist, 1st tour leader Inca Trail in 1970’s, owner of Kamaquen Healing Center in the Sacred Valley of Peru. In a sacred space, we will take a spiritual journey with our magical guide:
Friday May 13, 2011, 6:00pm – 10:00pm: Introduction to Shamanism and the Mesa / Meditation Exercise with Rattle
Saturday May 14, 2011 10:30am – 4:00pm (we will break for dinner and return for a slide presentation): Tools of the Andean Shaman (Drum, Whistle, Bells, Rattle, Song) as well as Colors, sounds and aromas will be explained and utilized to work with vibrations to achieve inner harmony of the body/ Meditation Exercise with Inner Smile
Sunday May 15, 2011 10:00am – 1:00pm: Play with the energies of the body using hands to eliminate non-essentials and to initiate healing
If paid by April 1, 2011: $175.00
Location: Private Residence in Holladay UT (Salt Lake City)
Space is limited, so please reserve your space today.
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About Rubén Orellana
Rubén’s experience as an archaeologist, anthropologist culminated in being named head of Archaeology of both Saqsaywaman and Machu Picchu where he discovered 44 new sites surrounding the Crystal City, including the North Inca Trail. For these discoveries, he was on the cover of Time magazine in South America. He has done extensive research into the mystical aspects of many significant sites and has been following the shamanic path since the age of nine. He has also developed a study of shamanic traditions and the indigenous medical cultures in the coastal, Andes and jungle region for more than 30 years and with the healing techniques of the Andes for more than 20 years.
He is the founding director of Kamaquen Healing Center (Hosteria Illarimuy) in Urubamba, the heart of the Sacred Valley of the Inkas. He has committed his energy and heart with an intention of rejuvenating the human spirit.