Tii Antonio- Ecuador Shaman in Ontario
Tii Antonio Chiriap is a traditional healer “shaman” of the Shuar people, an indigenous group in the Amazon region of Ecuador. The Shuar have long been known for their traditional medicinal practices, shapeshifting, shamanic journeying and strength of culture, being the only people never to be colonized. Tii Antonio comes from a long and highly respected line of shamans who are known for their energetic power, healing abilities, connection with the animal kingdom and mysticism. Tii Antonio has worked with leaders and Presidents around the world, including musical performances with Carlos Santana and Michael Jackson.
Tii Antonio will be in Toronto from November 13 – December 4 to share his wisdom and experience through personal and group healing ceremonies and by way of discussions/workshops. He will also meet with First Nation leaders and Elders to exchange experiences and traditional practices.
The workshops will consist of a discussion and sharing of practices about shamanism, shapeshifting and the interdependence of humans and the environment, the Shuar faith in arutam – the life spirit, the role of traditional plant medicine and healing ritual to human wellbeing, beliefs of uncontacted tribes of the Amazon and the importance of ecological knowledge to the survival of humanity, followed by group energetic and spiritual healings.
There is limited space for private healings so please contact us as soon as possible to reserve a spot. Personal healings have been said to help improve a variety of ailments and dis-ease in the body, as well as the heart, creating the opportunity for alignment and attraction of positive experiences.*
Tii Antonio will be giving talks at the following yoga studios in the GTA:
• House of Yoga: 714 Bloor St W, Toronto – November 16th, 7pm
• Rise Mind-Body Fitness: 3066, George Savage Ave, Oakville – November 18th, 3pm
For more information on dates and times of workshops and to book a private healing session, please contact:
*Please note that each person is different and therefore we cannot guarantee the extent of healing or improvement of the condition during any of the healing sessions.
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