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The Living Shaman Museum is a nonprofit project of the Spirited Medicine Alliance, in collaboration with Inquiring Systems, Inc. (ISI) as its fiscal sponsor. Founded in 1978, ISI is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation that has provided services to 3,650 nonprofit and NGO organizations in 32 countries. Ninety percent of donations go directly to benefit projects.

Amazonian Healing Traditions and Plant Medicines

June 12-20th, 2017


Travel to the Amazon jungles of Peru to learn about traditional

healing paradigms and indigenous healing arts from local healers.

Explore the role of medicinal plants and spirituality in healing, the

value of indigenous healing traditions, and the importance of

ecological medicine. Understand the interrelatedness of the

powerful medicines that come from our rain forests that are vital

to our health, and the health of our Earth that provides them.

More Information:

This travel study trip is offered through the Continuing

Education Department of Winona State University. You

need not be a student at WSU to attend.

Contact LSM by email ATTN: June Amazon Trip

Phone-in Information Sessions:

  • November 5th, 2016/Saturday 10-10:30 CDT (central daylight time)
  • January 14th, 2017/Saturday 10-10:30 CDT (central daylight time)

To receive dial-in instructions, please send your name and email address to:


Connie Grauds, MNPH, RPh

Jane Foote, EdD, MSN, RN

"The power of a shaman is known by their work in the world" -Rufino, Bolivian Aymara Shaman
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