Ways of the Warrior Shaman: Discussion & Drum Meditation with Peruvian Healer
Time & Location
About The Event
Join us on the evening of Thursday, September 6th from 7:00 - 8:30 pm as Jorge Hachumak, a gifted Peruvian healer, shares his expertise with warrior shamanism and describes how its principles can be applied by each of us to ease personal suffering, improve health, and restore balance in ourselves, our relationships, and our wider communities.
Hachumak will conclude the discussion with a special drumming ceremony during which participants are invited to sit or lay in quiet contemplation. In addition to its group healing benefits, the drum meditation is an excellent way to begin cementing any positive intentions inspired by our discussion and embrace new patterns aimed toward personal happiness and healing.
Investment: $30 per person. Cash ONLY at the door.
Bring an open heart, a sense of humor, and a meditation cushion/yoga mat/blanket to get comfortable. Chairs will also be available.
**A very limited number of private healing sessions will also be available on Friday, September 7 at Nourishing Journey for those interested in more intensive, directed healing. Please contact email@example.com for availability.
Meet Jorge Hachumak:
As a native of Lima, Peru and an accepted member of a village in the Amazon River basin, Jorge Hachumak combines the healing traditions of the Moche (pre-Inca) culture, traditional techniques of Amazonian plant and spirit medicine, and ancient Chinese practices of Neigong for focusing and moving the force of life.
He supports the dialogue between modern scientific medicine and traditional soul medicine, which he believes can help fill the significant gaps in our present understanding of the human mind and body.
Jorge has spent three decades establishing relationships that have allowed him to learn many of the specific healing traditions of Peru---including some closely guarded practices in use by isolated Amazonian communities for many centuries.
In addition, Jorge has studied Neigong and Tai Chi with Chinese teachers who taught him the subtleties of working with Qi in the body. He continues to practice and instruct others in modified versions of these exercises to establish a more balanced personal energy and promote self-healing.
Hachumak also leads healing retreats from his base in the Peruvian Amazon, where visitors are immersed in the deeply restorative energy of the local land, wildlife, and village culture as they explore and strengthen their own consciousness.
For questions or private session inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org directly.