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Meet Eda Zavala Lopez from the Amazonian Rainforest!

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Eda Zavala Lopez will be here in a few short weeks to offer her words of wisdom on: "Sustainability in the Amazon" and to offer private healing sessions.

Monday, June 3rd 6-8 PM
"Sustainability in the Amazon" (Curanderismo Series) - Only $15
Sol Collective - 2574 21st St., Sacramento, CA, 95818

"Sustainability in the Amazon"
Eda will offer a traditional rainforest song. She will explain how for millennia the natives of the Amazon have received communications and teachings on how to use their natural resources to develop a system of sustainability and renewal that benefits all communities and the rainforest itself, and how we can learn from this. She will share about the importance of communicating with master plant teachers, the spirits of the forest and with Mother Earth in order to keep the forest in perfect balance.

The 2nd hour will be a hands on experience held at the beautiful South Side Gardens in South Side Park! We will leave time for questions.

About Private Healing Sessions:
I am currently setting up appointments for private healing sessions with Eda... Email Delia at
to set up a one hour private session and for location info.

Half hour - $35
One Hour - $70 - Non Sol Collective Members
One Hour - $60- Sol Collective Members
One Hour - $50 - Students

As a “holder or keeper” of ancient medicinal knowledge, during one-on-one healing sessions Eda will help you to release and move forward in a more positive direction. She will help cleanse your body from emotional, physical and spiritual blockages.
100 percent of her earnings will go to help rescue her ancestral lands and people!

About Eda Zavala Lopez:
As a descendant of the Wari people, Eda comes from a long lineage of native women healers. She describes her knowledge of healing practices as being a part of her DNA, of it “running in her blood.” Her grandmother used plant medicine like flowers, coca leaves, and water in a very natural way. While growing up, Eda absorbed this directly and simply. As an adult, she has gone on to study with native healers deep in the Amazon Rainforest, learning the intricacies of plant medicines and their properties.

Eda is deeply committed to Indigenous Peruvian Communities and their sacred knowledge, their pursuit of land protection and their battle toward native medicinal plant usage and preservation.

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