September 14-21, 2017 $500 Discount!!
(Machu Picchu, Cusco, Sacred Valley extension Sept. 20-25)
*with an extension to Machu Picchu and the Ancient Incan Empire capital city of Cuzco!
Present for You –
.....Healing and Cultural Traditions of Amazonia:
Directly experience the Indigenous Community of the Ese'Eja, one of the last Hunter-Gatherer groups on planet earth -
experience their Wisdom, Botanical Healing Traditions, Ceremony, Culture, and Sacred Sites...
Study with the Indigenous Medicine Men & Women, wild-crafting directly from the Amazon Rainforest...
> Go deep into the Amazon Rainforest for an incredible one-of-a-kind opportunity to learn about the Rainforest Botanicals from the Indigenous Ethnomedicinal Elders.
> Photograph ancient forests and wild-life with award-winning National Geographic Explorer, Jon Cox*!
> Immerse yourself in with our hosts, the Ese'Eja Tribe, learning about their culture, food, dance, and songs.
> Journey to the Highlands to visit the world famous site of Machu Picchu and the ancient Incan Empire capitol of Cusco!
To Register - please email firstname.lastname@example.org
*registration ends July 15th, 2017, we currently have 4 spots available!
For more Information, visit http://instituteofmodernwisdom.com/event/journey-to-the-amazon-add-machu-picchu/
*Newly joining! our Amazon Immersion Expedition is National Geographic Explorer, Jon Cox. For the past 6 years, he has immersed himself with the Ese'Eja Tribe, who will be hosting us in the Amazon. His photographs and investigative reports are world-premiering this July 2017, in a new book at the Smithsonian and Peruvian Embassy in Washington DC. Traveling with him in the Amazon will truly be an inestimable gift of a lifetime!
JON COX has been named a NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC EXPLORER, is an assistant professor in the Department of Art and Design and Project Liaison in the Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories at the University of Delaware.
He also serves as a Board Member of the Dorobo Fund for Tanzania and Board member of the Amazon Center for Environmental Education and Research.
Cox’s latest published work was a six-year collaborative documentary book project with hunter-gatherers in Tanzania titled Hadzabe, By the Light of a Million Fires.
Cox has directed over twenty photographic study-abroad programs across the globe including destinations to Antarctica, South East Asia, Tanzania, Australia, Tasmania, Argentina and Peru.
He is a pioneer in the field of digital photography, served as the adventure photographer/writer for Digital Camera Magazine and authored two Amphoto digital photography books.
Cox is a co-recipient of a National Geographic–Genographic Legacy Fund Grant to support his current collaborative cultural mapping initiative with the Ese’Eja hunter-gatherers living in the Amazonia basin of Peru. A traveling exhibition to accompany this project titled The Ese’Eja People of the Amazon: Connected by a Thread is currently on tour.
Additional Faculty include Dr. James Hawver, Master Shaman Antonio Montero, and Dr. Roger Mustalish.
for more in-depth information!
Here's a Quick Taste Interview for you to meet a couple of our North America faculty for our upcoming Amazon Expedition this September!
Featuring Dr. Jim Hawver & National Geographic Explorer, Jon Cox!
Check out this extended interview with National Geographic Explorer, Jon Cox, along with Dr. Jim Hawver of the Association of Natural Health.
These are just two of the handful of Faculty you will be mentored by on this like-no-other Amazon Educational Immersion!
We will be hosted in the Amazon Rainforest by the Ese'Eja Tribe - one of the last Hunter-Gatherer Tribes on planet Earth, receiving daily inspiring educational sessions on the bio-dynamic botanicals, wildlife, cultural traditions, & more!