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As the last of four courses on Curanderismo, the art of Hispanic/Latino traditional medicine, this course focuses specifically on traditional healing using different techniques of many countries around the world. As an educational and cultural platform, this course will share a number of traditional global perspectives. Learners will not become certified traditional healers at the completion of this course but will be able apply basic principles or traditional medicine for health and illnesses. They will become familiar specifically with African traditional medicine from Uganda, African healing through music from Gabon, Afro-Cuban and Afro Puerto-Rican healing techniques, medicinal plants for women, Native American feather healing and other topics. REQUIRED TEXTS Curanderismo: The Art of Traditional Medicine without Borders by Eliseo Torres Curandero: Traditional Healers of Mexico and the Southwest by Eliseo Torres with Imanol Miranda Where to buy: OPTIONAL TEXTS Curandero: A life in Mexican Folk Healing by Eliseo Torres & Tim Sawyer Healing with Herbs & Rituals: A Mexican Tradition, Eliseo Torres, edited by Tim Sawyer Where to buy: PODCAST: Blubrry podcast - Itunes Episode 63 -



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by Talibah S

Jul 19, 2019

These classes are vital to every human on the planet. It is this type of knowledge that connects us to our past, to our spirituality to holistically improve mankind and the world by healing from the Ancestors and putting us all on a positive moral pathway.

by Jaime S

Jun 02, 2019

I found the courses to be very informative and a great introduction to Curanderismo knowledge and skills.

by Joy S

Dec 25, 2019

great info. the future, as well as the past, of medicine

by Carolyn G

Jan 24, 2020

The need to purchase two of the instructor's own books was not clear to me until I had enrolled. This seems unethical - the course may be free but not unless you pad the instructor's pocket. My initial impression was that the course was very amateurish in its structure and materials. I'm not sorry to have dropped out.