Héctor León


Born on December 25th, 1980 in Atacama Desert in Chile, that’s where he studied Architecture at Católica del Norte University where he graduated as an Architect in 2010. It was at the beginning of 2013 in Chile where he participated in his first and multiple ceremonies of Kambó and Ayahuasca due to a stomach disease of more than 3 years in addition to some unresolved emotional problems, being able to receive excellent healing results with both medicines.

In 2014, after several revelations drinking the medicine, he decided to dedicate himself to the study of master plants, leaving his country, his family, his work and his friends, moving to the country of Peru to the Sacred Valley of the Incas to learn with different masters of the work with Ayahuasca, where he continued completing his personal healing process.

In 2015, he travels for the first time to the Brazilian Amazon to the state of Acre to visit and learn from Katukinas Indigenous tribe, specifically to the village of Nomanawa, where he complemented a new cosmovision and wisdom of working with Kambó and Ayahuasca generating learning bonds that have remained in time until today.

In 2016, he begins a new stage, becoming a guide and facilitator of these medicines, starting to perform his first private ceremonies in countries such as Chile, Peru, Argentina, Brazil, the United States and Mexico, which is nourishing him with greater experience as a therapist until these days.

In 2023 he begins as a facilitator in Soltara, Costa Rica for the first time working in a healing center, bringing him a new experience and opening a new more professional perspective of working with larger groups and also a new opportunity to learn from Shipibos wisdom, having the chance to learn with one of the most famous ayahuasca indigenous people from Peru and Brazil.

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