with Wayra Huanca & Yasha S. Wagner
Wayra is a Muisca-Quechua traveler of spacetime, visionary artist, vegetarian chef, and sacred song teacher from South America. Born in Colombia and raised by her Mestiza-Quechua family in Colombia and Peru, Wayra has studied the ancestral healing practices and traditional sacred arts of her lineage. Wayra now lives in the Colorado, where she instructs Sacred Song Classes, facilitates workshops and helps lead the Sanctorum Ecovillage community.
Yasha is an emcee, polymath and visionary founder of Worldchangers Organization 501(c)3 and of its Eight Limbs initiatives, including HeartFire Festival, Sanctorum Ecovillage, Hermes Academy and more. Having studied World Wisdom Traditions at Naropa University and then received his Master’s degree in Jungian Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute, Yasha is now completing his PhD in Psychology, in the dissertation writing stage. As a Karma Yogi and student of the Initiatic College, Yasha leads practices and retreats and is also certified to facilitate Tai Chi, Sufi Zikr, sound healing, dreamwork and more. Born to Soviet Ukrainian immigrants and Kohanim, Yasha has been traveling around the world since early childhood, while sharing a wide range of multilingual creative work — from large concerts to public murals on multiple continents. He lives happily with his beloved wife and community in Colorado. Lately, this includes regenerating soil for farming, digging trenches to install solar power, building yurts and producing the Colorado Sustainable Living Conference.
Learn More: worldchangers.us
with Brent Kuecker, Sheela Bringi and Netanel Miles-Yépez
Creative Open Mic
Psychosomatic Movement Practices
Traditional Art Vendors
Delicious Vegetarian Cuisine