The Huachuma (San Pedro) cactus of the Northern Coast of Peru has been transforming consciousness in spiritual seekers for over 5000 years. Traditional healers from Northern Peru (called Kamasqa Curanderos) use the Huachuma cactus along with a healing altar called the Mesa. The Mesa was born from and grew alongside the wisdom teachings of the sacred cactus. The Mesa is principally a healing tool, whose alignment mirrors the cosmic order and whose artifacts carry a power inherited by the co-creative dance of the Healer, Nature and the Huachuma Cactus.This workshop will introduce participants to the fundamentals of the Kamasqa Curandero’s Mesa and will use community song to invoke the virtues and qualities that make the Mesa such a powerful healing tool. By understanding the Mesa we will come closer to the world of right relationships that these sacred plant teachers are trying to share.

facilitated by:Axi Nityananda apprenticed for 6 years with the Kamasqa Curandero Don Oscar Miro-Quesada and traveled to Peru many times studying with well respected Kamasqa healers such as Don Juan Tripul, Isabelle¬† & Olinda Flordemayo and the Q’ero Pampa Misayoq Don Mariano Quispe. He has since put his Mesa at the feet of his master Mata Amritanandamayi Devi.

Alisonqo Miller has been singing her heart song since she was in her Mother’s womb. She studies with a lineage of Peruvian Medicine Healers and runs a weekly song circle in Ashland, Oregon. She walks on this planet with a nobility, grace and kindness that makes one glad to be alive.