Dance of the Deer Foundation
Sacred, experiential seminars, pilgrimages and ongoing study groups led worldwide by Huichol Shaman, healer and ceremonial leader, Brant Secunda. These popular programs are open to all cultures and age groups and are held at beautiful, sacred places of power. They emphasize the importance of ceremony for personal well-being and for the continued survival of the environment and Mother Earth.
Profile and Credentials
Brant Secunda is a shaman, healer and ceremonial leader in the Huichol tradition of Mexico. As the adopted grandson and close companion of Don José Matsuwa, Brant completed a 12 year apprenticeship with him in Mexico. His work has been documented on T.V., radio, and articles and books throughout the U.S. and Europe. He spends part of each year with Don José's family in Mexico and leads seminars, ceremonies and pilgrimages throughout the world.
Philosophy and Comments
Shamanism is an ancient healing tradition and moreover, a way of life. Shamanism involves healing and empowerment through personal transformation and direct experience as well as the healing of our families, communities and environment. By following the shaman's path we can truly learn to inhabit the earth and our being with gentleness and respect.
Ceremony, sacred dance, vision quest, and pilgrimages to places of power in nature are all essential aspects of Shamanism. Through these techniques the shamanic circle embraces us, unifying our lives with strength, healing and love.
Work Hours and Fee Schedule
Pre-registration is required for each workshop. Please call 831-475-9560 for more information.
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