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Sun, 26 May


1G1 Studio

Rapé Ceremony with Txana Siã Huni Kuin

Rapé Ceremony with Txana Siã Huni Kuin
Rapé Ceremony with Txana Siã Huni Kuin

Time & Location

26 May 2024, 16:00 – 19:00

1G1 Studio, 1G1 Studio, Edenderry Industrial Estate, 326 Crumlin Rd, Belfast BT14 7EE, UK

About the Event

The youngest son of Shaman Nai Beiya Īkamuru and Master weaver Nāke, Txana Siã comes from the Boa Vista Parque Shunu Village, in the state of Acre, Brazil. He is a young indigenous artist of the Huni Kuin people, 20 years old, dedicated from an early age to building a bridge of knowledge exchange between his people and the contemporary world, playing an important role for his family. This movement not only enriches cultural diversity but also establishes solid bridges of intercultural understanding, promoting the richness and authenticity of Huni Kuin culture in big cities. 

As the son of a great elder shaman, Txana Siã has been dedicated to a deep study to share sacred prayers during his trip to Europe.

Tradicional Medicines

SHANĒTSAMATI/ SANANGA: Medicinal eye drops made from plant roots and water, applied directly to the eyes. It serves to preserve ocular health and prevent conditions such as glaucoma and cataracts, ward off and protect against negative energies, and open pathways to good dreams and visions, bringing good fortune in every aspect.

HUME HESHKE / RAPÉ: Fine powder made from the ashes of tobacco combined with the ashes of tree barks, herbs, and other plants. Inhaled through the nose using sacred instruments called Tepi and kuripe, rapé is a medicine that brings grounding, stability, energetic cleansing, connection, and relief from troubled thoughts. It also offers the benefit of treating respiratory diseases and migraines.


For the Huni Kuin people, sacred geometries are known as `Kene´, expressed through crafts and also through body paintings. Each geometry holds a story and a meaning. For indigenous individuals, it symbolizes spiritual protection and connection with the forces of the forest. The paints used are natural, known as Mashe (annatto) and Nane (genipap).


Your contribution guarantees your space in the Rapé ceremony. It is also important to remember that this support helps Txana Siã to stay in the city. We hope that you can connect with this call and feel the healing of the forest. Haux Haux.

contribution : £50 

time : 16:00 - 19:00 

date: 26 of May (sunday)


address : Edenderry Industrial Estate, 1G1 Studio, 326 Crumlin Rd, Belfast BT14 7EE.

guarantees your space through the phone: +44 7745 533149 Asha   or 

+353 83 1847970 vic

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