Authorised Teacher Cynthia Greer has 20 years experience of working in the Peruvian ‘Pachakuti Mesa Tradition’ and she will be teaching this ancient practice in England for the first time in 2017.
I have taken professional development classes with many teachers. Cynthia is by far one of the best Mentors that I have encountered. She creates a safe, encouraging and engaging environment for learning and transformation. A deep connection to life came alive, through Cynthia’s teachings. –Jennifer B., NC
Read more about Cynthia here
PMT Sanctioned Teacher, Cynthia Greer, will be teaching the†Pachakuti Mesa Tradition Apprenticeship Series in the United Kingdom (UK).†This is the first time the PMT Apprenticeship Series will be offered in the UK!
This PMT Apprenticeship series will be offered in two (2), week-long workshops starting in 2017. The workshops will be located at Sowerby, West Yorkshire.
Week One: September 9 – September 14, 2017
PART I: The Call to Heal (Releasing the Past)
PART II: A Balance of Power (Transforming the Present)
PART III: The Condorís Quest (Creating the Future)
Week Two: May 2018
PART IV: The Hummingbirdís Ascent (Living the Mystery)
Paqowachu (Teacher Supported Vision Quest)
PART V: The Shamanic Self (Serving the Earth)
Only 8 places left so book early.
Another excellent place to stay is Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire which has many quirky shops, restaurants and accommodation. Hebden Bridge was once voted the second funkiest town in the world by British Airways. The national rail service brings you to Hebden Bridge HX7 or Sowerby Bridge HX6 in the Pennines. There are many options for Air B&B, self catering cottages, B&B’s and Hotels which can be explored at http://www.hebdenbridge.co.uk/accommodation/
There is an excellent hostel http://www.hebdenbridgehostel.co.uk
If you are interested in sharing self catering accommodation with other participants please email me If you need to car share please also get in touch. The workshop venue can only be reached by car as it is a Horse Healing Centre in a beautiful, high up location in the Pennines. (We won’t be involving the horses in the PMT workshop though I’m sure they will be very curious and will want to meet all the participants)