"A medicine keeper is to be a bridge between the elders and the new generations to preserve and keep this ancestral knowledge alive".
Juan has been walking the path of ancient medicine for over 20 years. Juan is an aquatic therapist and trainer. He is a native healer with a deep perception of the subtle world and ancestral knowledge. He has been initiated in different healing techniques of traditional medicine of the Native Americans, Mexican Mayans and Amazon natives, holding ceremonial circles for the process of transformation with integrity and humble spirit.
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Juan has been walking the path of ancient medicine for more than 20 years. As a child, his parents took him to heal with the healers, it is here that his fascination with ancient healing techniques such as Temazcal started to emerge. Being only a teenager, Juan was initiated in the medicine of Peyote and he began to understand the Grandparent’s vision.
Having decided that his life’s purpose was the path of healing, he decided to go to Texas, at the age of 20. Where he meets the Apaches, Native Americans. He attended their private ceremonies and secret circles, with the White Buffalo, medicine man. He lived in the community and learned with the leader who teaches him how the human body works as the origin of physical problems, in order to heal from the root.
Juan acquired a deep knowledge of the human body and how to work it on a physical and energetic level.
After living with them for a long time, he traveled to Brazil where he was initiated into the Santo Daime Medicine.
Juan returned to Mexico where he started practicing everything he had learned along his travelings. At the same time, Juan worked with Abuelo Antonio as his disciple.
Juan has had 5 great teachers who taught him the knowledge that is only transmitted from generation to generation. All of his experience has been traveling and living with the healing leaders of the American Indian communities, in Brazil with the Santo Daime community and in Mexico with the Mayans and Grandmothers and Grandfathers of Northern Mexico. Every year he returns to Brazil to continue with the Santo Daime’s medicine.
His purpose as a wisdom and medicine keeper is to be a bridge between the elders and the new generations to preserve and keep this ancestral knowledge alive, aligned with the natural rhythms of the medicine wheel.
For 8 years learning the native ways in native reserves in USA, where he was living with White Buffalo medicine man Sonny Molina from Sananda clinic and learning his healing techniques.
Mayan Cirro and Puzdyáh techniques with Abuelo Antonio Oxté.
Certified in Bio Magnetism.
Certified as Chiropractic.
Traditional Mayan Sobada.
Ancestral Shamanic cleanse.
Medicine wheel keeper.
Janzu Aguahara and Watsu Aquatic therapy training.
It is 30 mins distance from Tulum town. An incredible and silent sanctuary in the middle of the jungle.