The power of the feminine in the Andean tradition
WITH DOÑA LAURA INES HUAMAN
Master (Tusoq de la Naturaleza) of Sacred Andean Dances, DOÑA LAURA INES HUAMAN inherited the tradition and Quechua medicine of Apurimac from her paternal grandfather and the knowledge of the use of flowers and herbs as natural remedies and from her maternal grandmother. .
Like Warmi ñusta Paqo (priestess/curandera), she develops Andean spiritual art with the masters of the most traditional Inca culture communities: Q’ero and Ausangate. She receives her first karpay (initiatory ritual of integration with the forces of nature) in the sacred mountain of Qoyllority. Since then she shares the cultural and spiritual knowledge and ancestral practices of her ancestors with people all over the world.
As an Andean woman she shares the female point of view on history, spirituality, ceremonies, and rural and ethnic culture, learned from the masters of the ancestral Inca Tradition.