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 “Your visions will become clear

only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams;

who looks inside, awakes.”

- Carl Jung

WOMEN’S SACRED JOURNEY TO TEOTIHUACAN and MEXICO CITY

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Teotihuacan and Mexico City

October 17th - 26th, 2024

We are moving forward toward our Women’s Sacred Journey to Teotihuacan and Mexico City!

Open to the Miracle of Extraordinary Energy at Teotihuacan.

Surrender Fear and Self Limitation!

Allow the Energy of Creation to Introduce you to your Pure Essence

Teotihuacan is a 2000-year-old archeological UNESCO site, a fascinating physical place. But, it is much more than that! It is known as the place where humans become divine!

Exquisite energies exist there that support the deconstruction of outmoded habitual ways of being and assist in the ‘uploading’ of a regenerated, more vibrant, more authentic self in relation to Spirit.

Come together with other women in this place; as women have gathered here for centuries, making magic, weaving stories, supporting each other in losses and gains. We will learn ways to support one another, experiencing expansion and regeneration before we step back into a world where powerful well-resourced women are needed!

What to Expect

Day 1: Arrive in Mexico City

Arrive in Mexico City late in the day on October 17th. Our shuttle will transport you from the airport to a beautiful historic hotel in the heart of Mexico City: Hotel Geneve. Here, we will have our first meet and greet circle, rest, and prepare for the journey ahead. Please note, dinner on this first night is not included.

 

Day 2-3: Explorations in Mexico City
October 18th and 19th are dedicated to exploring memorable sites in and around Mexico City, including:

  • The Museum of Anthropology, where original works of art and ancient ritual objects from Teotihuacan are displayed.

  • An exploration of The Basilica of Guadalupe and the Temple of Tapiac, where we will learn about the synergy between the Sacred Feminine energies of Guadalupe and Tonantzin, The Great Goddess of the Mayans and Aztecs.

  • A trip to the Frida Kahlo Museum to immerse in the legacy of one of Mexico's most influential artists.

  • The enjoyment of great meals in and around Mexico City.

  • Womens circles and healing work. 

 

Days 4-10: Villa Las Campanas and Teotihuacan

On the morning of the 20th, we will head to the airport and then be picked up by our drivers to travel to Villa Las Campanas. The remainder of our journey will be spent here and at the site of Teotihuacan, engaging in practices such as shamanic journeying, breathwork, and sacred mirror work. We will also visit the pyramids, experience an authentic sweat lodge held by indigenous medicine women, a birthing ceremony in nearby caves, a fire and/or cacao ceremony, and spend lots of time with women sharing our stories, our struggles and our joy.

Our drivers will return us to the airport on October 26th.

Your Accommodation

Villa Las Campanas is a compound run by a Mexican family, on the grounds of Teotihuacan, in the little town of St. Sabastian. You will share a comfortable clean room, decorated in simple Mexican-country style, with a group member (or you can opt for a private for an additional fee; limited availability). Villa Las Companas is a gated compound which is securely protected for your safety.

Getting There

You’ll arrive in Mexico City within a designated time frame. Our shuttle will take you from the airport to the Hotel. If you cannot arrive during the designated time frame you will be responsible for a taxi. 

Going Home

Our driver at Villa Las Campanas will take the group to the airport on the last day. Travel costs outside the designated time frame will be arranged at your own expense.

The Exchange

Your all-inclusive cost offering is $1,995.00. This includes double occupancy room and board, transportation to and from the airport, transportation to and from the Teo site and Mexico City, the sweat lodge, park entrance fees, guard fees, teachings, yoga and practices. This does not include airfare or taxi.

Registration

Testimonials

"Words simply cannot express how going on a sacred journey to Teotihuacan has changed my life. I had been to Teotihuacan long ago and this visit was special to me. After some acenstry research, it was confirmed that my ancestors lived in this region for centuries. There is nobody else that I would have wanted to welcome me home to Teotihuacan than Antonia. She sees and feels things like no other person I have met and her knowledge of the culture and peoples is vast. Being led by her generous, loving and educated shamanic spirit made this trip one that words do not seem to do justice. Do yourself a favor and experience for yourself a magical place from an energetic perspective with Antonia versus a purely touristic approach and you may see what I mean."

— JJ Perez

Women's Sacred Journey to Teotihuacan 2023 Group Participant

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Events, Groups & Retreats

Antonia is a dynamic and warm group leader, and has a passion for facilitating workshops, retreats and groups. She has led groups for women, couples, shamanic ‘medicine work’, transformational work, expressive arts therapy and bioenergetics (somatic) groups, and ‘Listening Mother’ groups.

 

Besides her private practice, Antonia leads groups for people interested in shamanic and transformational work.

 

Check out upcoming events, workshops and retreats below!

If you are interested in starting a group with friends, community or company, let's  connect. 

Experience

Antonia has taught Indigenous Healing Practices at Bastyr University as an adjunct faculty member, and has led groups teaching the Andean (Peruvian) tradition of the Medicine Wheel and has facilitated many different Toltec or other shamanic workshops.

 

She has worked with indigenous shamans and medicine people in Peru, Mexico and Colombia, and has hosted shamans, such as “Grandmother Nadia” from as far away as Siberia, and Francis Rico from California. Antonia is very grateful for all she has learned from them.

Groups & Ceremonies

Spiral Medicine Wheel,

A Transformational Group For Women

A women’s program designed to bring women back to their natural connection with their bodies, minds, and spiritual connection, to empower and direct clear purpose in the world.

 

Check out the upcoming Spirit Medicine Wheel workshops listed above.

Antonia teaches Shamanic journey and Shamanic practices. Learn more here.

Shamanic Journeying & Shamanic Practices

Fire Ceremony

Antonia offers periodic fire ceremonies on her property on Vashon Island. These events are free and open to anyone. Fire ceremonies give participants an opportunity to bring personal and spiritual concerns to the fire for release and rejuvenation.

Pronounced mih-toe-tay, Mitote, is an ancient Mexican shamanic dreaming ceremony. Participants work with the elements in nature, and enter into a light trance state. The practice includes sleeping and waking throughout the night to induce a hypnogogic state. Increased awareness and deep insights, awareness, and healing can occur.

 

Next Mitote: Summer 2023 ~ stay tuned!

Mitote

Despacho Ceremony

Despacho Ceremony is a traditional Peruvian ceremony where prayers are built inside of a paper bundle. Candies, foods and other natural elements are used to build a beautiful ‘mandala’ of living prayers. The despacho is either buried, burned or floated in a ceremonial way afterward. Despachos are very effective and are typically done for major life transitions, healing, gratitude, ‘ayni’ (right relationship). They are effective for individuals, businesses, groups or special occasions.

Testimonials

"I participated in a year long group held by Antonia for a small group of women. Antonia knows how to hold a circle beautifully! She keeps a safe container, is deeply knowledgeable, free from dogma and full of humor! Anyone interested in delving deeper into shamanic wisdom, the knowledge of our ancestors and inquiry into the mythical self will be in good hands with her.”

— Anne Siems

Spiral Medicine Wheel Group Participant

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