This is one of those things that can't be summed up in a teeny paragraph, but we want to let you know that it's an option.
Nadia's approach is not typical. She recognizes that while traditions do have a place in some cultures, they should not be the rule, but the exception.
Working with a specific tradition comes with quite a bit of limitation. In a tradition, things are done because "that's how it has always been done". In Medicine Work, we know that things are constantly changing, and we are taught to allow for that change. Nadia believes the same applies to tradition - no tradition should last forever and therefore should always be evolving.
Nadia feels that learning how to listen [to the inner knowing] is the key. We all have the answers, we all have the connection to God [Source], and with a little a training, we can all access it. Through her guidance, you will walk a path unique to you, not to a culture that belongs in the past.
Additionally, it's important to recognize that many traditions still practice within a toxic masculine/patriarchal system. This is especially true for some of the tribes that work with Ayahuasca and other Spirit Plant Medicines. This is a new world, a new time, and a new way is necessary in order for us to collectively move forward.
Although Nadia is not traditional, she has received lessons in several different traditions. Her teachings vary from Traditional Shipibo Ayahuasca knowledge to Eastern European Shamanism, and a few others in between.
Are you seeking a teacher to get started? Do you hear the plants talking to you and want to know how to proceed? Or maybe just *feel* like you are supposed to work with us? Let's sit down to have a conversation and go from there.