About this workshop
During this workshop participants learn how to use a set of Power Stones called «Chumpi Khuyas» to reenergise the vital body (poq'po); to open the chakras (ñawis) in order to cleanse them of heavy emotional energy (hucha); to knit the energy belts that encircle each chakra (chumpi away); and to infuse the subtle body with higher vibrational energy (sami).
Duration: 2 hours
Number of attendants: at least 10 with no upper limit
This is a two hour introduction to the technique. The related article available on this site gives a good idea of the content covered during the introductory talk.
Duration: 4 to 6 hours
Number of attendants: between 8 and 32
in addition to the content specified previously, the basic workshop shows the technique in more detail by providing a pranic healing to one of the participants as an example to the remaining attendants.
Duration: 9 to 12 hours
Number of attendants: between 8 and 16
in addition to the content specified previously, the intermediary workshop will teach each student how to practice the technique. For this, it is required that each student brings a set of their own chumpi khuyas in an medicine bundle.
Duration: 16 to 20 hours
Number of attendants: between 4 and 16
in addition to the content specified previously, during the advanced workshop students and teacher will visit a place of power to collect the chumpi khuyas to be utilised. Furthermore, during the advanced version of the workshop more detail is given into the anatomy of the subtle body.
About the instructor
The workshop is conducted by Marc Torra, who was initiated into the technique in 2009 by priests Alejandro Apasa and Santosha Quispe, from Q'ero. The Q'ero are the last of the Incas - a community who sought refuge at altitudes above 4,000 meters in order to escape the invading conquistadors. The initiation involved the practical transmission of the healing method and a final ceremony of empowerment. The ceremony took place in Santuario del Señor de Huanca, a holy place near Cusco visited by thousands of pilgrims every year in search of its healing powers.