Curanderismo Series: Cura del Susto

In this public workshop, participants will be introduced to indigenous cleansing practices with natural elements such as water. Participants will learn how these practices have been used through ancestral times as a form of self-care, spiritual and emotional wellness. Workshop will be led by Curandera, Healer Viridiana Medina Rosas online from Morelos, Mexico and held in Spanish.

Viridiana Medina Rosas “Tonazihua” was raised with the medicine inherited from her Great-grandmother to her Mother and then to her. From a very young age, she helped her mother to heal people and families who had some discomfort, fright, she cleaned them with eggs, herbs and many other traditional remedies. Life took her through various paths such as studying at the University at UNAM, a law degree and a technical career in Oil Painting, managing to rediscover her path in Traditional Medicine. When, as a mother, she treated her first Daughter with all the teachings of her Mother; Over time she healed with Indigenous medicine (vegetarian nutrition, yoga and meditation) fibroids and cysts of her uterus, at the age of 26. Since then in 2008 in her search, she returned to a life within her ancestral culture.

Tia Chucha’s Centro Cultural & Bookstore--with a mission to transform community through ancestral knowledge, the arts, literacy and creative engagement-- is honored to host this project called The Indigenous in Us: Embracing Ancestral Knowledge & Sharing the Beauty of Practice. The Curanderismo series workshop is part of our series of free public cultural events. Showcasing Northeast San Fernando Valley community-based indigenous practices of Native Mexica and local Native American groups benefits individual and social wellbeing through the sharing of ancestral knowledge and arts.

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WHEN
November 14, 2020 at 10am - 12pm
CONTACT
Melissa Sanvicente ·

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