Mayan Healing Ceremony on the Presa Allende
By Susan Nace
To celebrate the return of the water to the Presa Allende and to reconnect with water and our own being, Amigos de la Presa is sponsoring a Mayan Healing Ceremony on October 8, 2016, beginning at 6pm. The ceremony will commence on the shore of the Presa near the Amigos boathouse, and then move to the water, before returning to shore for a bonfire. For those who do not wish to kayak, or are unable to reserve a kayak due to limited numbers, there will be information on how to continue participating in the ceremony from the shore.
Mayan Healing Ceremony
By Azenet Macedo
Sat, Oct 8, 6pm
Azenet Macedo, a San Miguel de Allende resident, who is a healer in the Mayan-Quiche, Shuar, and Northern Lakota Indians’ traditions, will conduct the ceremony. She is well known for her Mayan healing massage programs at LifePath.
Kayaks are available for rental on a first come, first served basis for 150 pesos each at firstname.lastname@example.org. Reserve one now.
Attendees are encouraged to wear white or light-colored clothing and a red paliacate (bandana) on their heads. We expect the ceremony to be concluded and kayaks returned to the boathouse by 8:30pm. A donation of 100 pesos for the ceremony is suggested.
To learn more about Amigos de la Presa and its environmental mission and recreational activities, please go to: amigosdelapresa.org.