Introducing the PMT Sanctioned Teachers of the Antisuyu
The Pachakuti Mesa Tradition Teachers that are listed below have been personally sanctioned by the Lineage and by don Oscar Miro-Quesada to teach the Five-Part Apprenticeship Series.
As a Pachakuti Mesa Tradition sanctioned teacher, Yola draws on over 30 years of practice and experience in the healing arts including: herbology, energy medicine, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, archetype consulting, wellness coaching, and spiritual guidance. Yola’s shamanic path began in 1993 in the Dür Bön Tradition, a pre-Buddhist shamanic tradition of Tibet. In this 20 year apprenticeship Yola participated and assisted in many ceremonies, gatherings, sacred fires, and retreats. These profound experiences helped pave the way for her service as auxilia (ceremonial assistant) to don Oscar and her deep apprenticeship in the living lineage of the Pachakuti Mesa Tradition. Yola lives in the Ottawa Valley and serves her community with a thriving private healing practice, ceremonial offerings, and workshops.
Rhode Island, Buffalo, Almonte
Thomas Mock was initiated into Lakota healing practices in 1984 and in 1989 into West African Yoruba practices, completing several levels of apprenticeship towards priesthood. He began training with Oscar Miro-Quesada in 1999, completing his level four apprenticeship in 2007. Thomas was the first Executive Director employed by the Heart of the Healer Foundation where he helped guide THOTH towards its current vision of service work in the world.
To sponsor a Five-Part Apprenticeship series in your community, contact the PMT sanctioned teacher directly or contact: The Heart of The Healer.