Vilma Pinedo


Vilma Pinedo is a renowned Master Healer in the Andean tradition who comes from a long line of healers in Peru. Vilma grew up learning from her grandparents, who were renowned shamans and healers. She is the granddaughter of Doña Natividad Challayku and Don Benito Qoriwaman. Vilma was called to this path before she was born, when lightning struck her mother while she was pregnant with Vilma. This is a sign in the Andes that she was to be a Curandera. Vilma grew up surrounded by healers and began her path as a Curandera at the age of 12, reading coca leaves and using her intuition to tell people how to heal themselves, often with amazing results. She guides and teaches through experience and wisdom of the ancient ways of the Andean medicine lineage. Vilma is a powerful healer, using coca leaves, divination, and her strong intuition to provide life-changing guidance to her clients. She offers despacho ceremonies, coca leaf readings, private council, group classes and women’s circles. Vilma is fluent in Quechua, Spanish and she also speaks English. Making her sessions more accessible and even more valuable to her English-speaking clients.

  • Modern languages: English, Spanish
  • Original languages: Southern Quechua
  • In my community I am known as: Curandera, Lineage Based Healer
  • The origin of my shamanic practice is: Andean
  • Additional healing modalities: Herbalist
  • My areas of strength / passion include: Ancestral Issues, Chronic Illness, Family Conflict / Separation / Divorce, Grief / Loss, Spiritual Possession, Women’s Issues / Menopause
  • I work with people who have: Beginner experience with shamanic healing, Intermediate experience with shamanic healing, Advanced experience with shamanic healing
  • My client focus is: Adults
  • Years in practice: Over 20 years
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  • I offer sessions: WhatsApp / Signal / Telegram
  • I accept payment via: PayPal
  • Accepting new clients
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