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Situlli Center

The Situlli Center was founded in 2004 in the Peruvian Amazon with the purpose of safely and responsibly providing treatment for different illnesses and promoting self-development using ancestral medicine. The method consists of retreats in the Amazonian jungle whereby plants with purifying properties are specially prepared to be consumed by participants through the guidance of a shaman. In this setting, the traditional medicine from the Amazon is used in the context of retreats and seminars, covering every aspect of a person: physical, mental, social, and spiritual.
Being aware of the increasing necessity of people to reach a balance between the deeper part of themselves and nature, and to find the meaning of their life, Situlli open its doors to offer the benefits of traditional Peruvian medicine to people that come from different parts of Peru and of the world.
The founder of the Situlli Center is Winston Tangoa Chujandama, Peruvian, mixed raced and native from Chazuta. He started to learn the ancestral knowledge of his folk healer ancestors with strict practices that he now is sharing with the objective of helping people recover from illnesses and reach a state of welfare. With him works a staff of well qualified people, who receive and support participants throughout the healing process.

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