Shamanic Global Healing Meditation with Chio Robalino-Rivas & Ligaya Perera

Join us on Zoom and contribute to our global intention for the healing of Pachamama as well as the collective psyche.
Chio Robalino-Rivas, PT

Teacher / Leader

Chio Robalino-Rivas, PT
Phone
(916) 717-5530
Email
pathway2be@gmail.com

Chio’s passion for healing started in 1992 when she became a Physical Therapist specializing in neurological and vestibular rehabilitation. Her devotion to healing guided her to look into other modalities, eventually leading her to European Shamanism in 2014, opening her up to Spirit in a profound way. In 2019, Chio was introduced to the significance of rituals and ceremonies through the Pachakuti Mesa Tradition, a gateway to a heart centered connection with the Lineages of South America. She is immensely honored to be of service to Pachamama and to all life on Pachamama. She embodies compassion and guides students through this multi-layered tradition while providing a supportive space for personal healing and transformation. Chio resides in Sacramento, California and offers remote healing services, please contact her directly.

Other Leaders

Ligaya Perera
Ligaya Perera
Email
2016ligaya@gmail.com

Ligaya was born in the Philippines and grew up with the indigenous tribe of the Cordillera mountains on the island of Luzon. She spent her youth as part of a community that is rich in rituals honoring our beloved Pachamama, the cycles of life, and nature. Her emigration to the United States in 1986 severed this connection and caused her to eventually forget. Ligaya joined the Pachakuti Mesa Tradition in 2015. The PMT helped her remember and tap into forgotten shamanic rituals and ceremonies from the tradition she belonged to as a young girl, valuing wisdom from the ancestors and practices giving back to the seen and unseen world. More importantly, the PMT provided her with a heart-centered community that values right action as a way of life. Ligaya lives in Sacramento, California and is blessed with three talented kids.

Date

Feb 14, 2024

Time

Eastern Time
8:45 pm - 9:30 pm

Location

Online (Zoom)

Wednesday, February 14th, 2024
8:45 – 9:30 pm Eastern Time*

Join us and contribute to our global intention for the healing of Pachamama as well as the collective psyche. This is a wonderful opportunity to energetically connect in soul presence with the circle of Pachakuti Mesa Practitioners worldwide, strengthening the Great Work of our shamanic planetary tribe. The power that is being harnessed and transmitted is deep and sentient nourishment for the Earth! Please note this is a live Zoom event only, no recording will be available.

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Ceremonialists: PMT Sanctioned Teachers Chio Robalino-Rivas & Ligaya Perera
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Chio Robalino-Rivas, PT

Teacher / Leader

Chio Robalino-Rivas, PT
Phone
(916) 717-5530
Email
pathway2be@gmail.com

Chio’s passion for healing started in 1992 when she became a Physical Therapist specializing in neurological and vestibular rehabilitation. Her devotion to healing guided her to look into other modalities, eventually leading her to European Shamanism in 2014, opening her up to Spirit in a profound way. In 2019, Chio was introduced to the significance of rituals and ceremonies through the Pachakuti Mesa Tradition, a gateway to a heart centered connection with the Lineages of South America. She is immensely honored to be of service to Pachamama and to all life on Pachamama. She embodies compassion and guides students through this multi-layered tradition while providing a supportive space for personal healing and transformation. Chio resides in Sacramento, California and offers remote healing services, please contact her directly.

Other Leaders

Ligaya Perera
Ligaya Perera
Email
2016ligaya@gmail.com

Ligaya was born in the Philippines and grew up with the indigenous tribe of the Cordillera mountains on the island of Luzon. She spent her youth as part of a community that is rich in rituals honoring our beloved Pachamama, the cycles of life, and nature. Her emigration to the United States in 1986 severed this connection and caused her to eventually forget. Ligaya joined the Pachakuti Mesa Tradition in 2015. The PMT helped her remember and tap into forgotten shamanic rituals and ceremonies from the tradition she belonged to as a young girl, valuing wisdom from the ancestors and practices giving back to the seen and unseen world. More importantly, the PMT provided her with a heart-centered community that values right action as a way of life. Ligaya lives in Sacramento, California and is blessed with three talented kids.

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