Workshops / TALKS
" Connected to the intuition "
Artist and communicator, Maria Tauber Wiese, takes you on a deep journey on the rivers; the green, brown, and black river in the Amazon Basin that leads deep into the rainforest with the indigenous peoples by vividly recounting her own inner transformation and experiences.
PEP-TALK FOR A NATURAL LIFE
the intuition that led to 5 years
in the Amazon rainforest still counting
" Dancing along the Amazon River" (Peru / Spain)
Celebrate the joy of life with traditional songs and dances from the Amazon regions of Peru, Colombia, and Brazil. A cultural experience for the whole family. Hosted by Teresa Conde and Mauro D. Miranda of Speriences. Teresa has more than 25 years of experience teaching children, young people, adults, and seniors in world dance especially folk dance from Latin America. Mauro is from the indigenous people of Quechua, raised in Peru, musician, and composer with a musical career for more than 30 years in traditional Peruvian and Latin American music.
WORKSHOP FOR A MEANINGFUL CHILDHOOD
learning by playing
" Heart room / Women's circle in the Maloca: Daughter of nature (DK)"
In this workshop, we will together rediscover cohesion; with each other and nature through the natural elements with flower baths, meditation, storytelling, dance, and creativity, by taking you on a journey to the
Amazon Rainforest. It is possible to bring your children.
By Art of Heart Yoga / Julie Sichlau and
artist Maria T. Wiese.
WORKSHOP FOR THE FEMALE HEALING POWER
I have participated in several heart space circles and what is special about the heart space Maria holds is that she lives in the Amazon rainforest, so you can feel she has it all under her skin.
Experiencing the women's circle was intriguing because it connects our body and mind with nature.
CEO at Plura Consulting
A journey through the natural elements. Gently guided to sit in a symbolic Amazon house, a space to celebrate the art of sharing, listening, and observing. My takeaway? Elaboration of the relationship with myself. I am grateful for this experience, which reminds me that meditation is not just for the hermit.