Tantrica • Womb Wisdom Keeper • Shamanic Plant Medicine Singer
Yama Voorhorst guides personal, spiritual and collective development processes of individuals, partners and groups in the field of Awakening and Transformation.
Yama’s teachings and transmissions are based on her fully embodied experience of healing herself in different sacred traditions, lineage teachings and initiations, the most profound ones being the Kaula Heart of All, her Tantric Family, the ancient healing ways of the indigenous Paqo’s (shamans) in the Andean mountains, the Plant Medicine Maestros in the jungle of the Peruvian Amazon, and the Sacred Medicine traditions in Mexico.
By overcoming several ‘uncurable’ diseases, Yama deeply reconnected with Nature and All of Creation, finding herself – despite herself – on an ancient Shamanic path, having access to universal spiritual wisdom and being able to transmit these transcendental energies into this world. Yama would best be described as a Shamanic Tantrica, who brings hidden (but not secret) ancient healing tools that (re)activate the deep, yet often forgotten, power within you. Tools to clear the past, release toxic emotions, open your energetic pathways, activate your sacred sensual self and harness your potential.
Although Yama is deeply touched and impacted by several ancient traditions, her style is unmistakably her own. The seeds of these traditions were planted and nurtured in the soil of her own understanding, experiences and cultural context, allowing new forms to emerge that are appropriate for those that she is serving. Yama generously shares her practical and spiritual knowledge, and teaches you to listen to the ancient, creative messages hidden deep within your soul.
Tantra, Sacred Plants, Healing Sounds and Singing are my medicines.
I believe that we all have our unique medicines to share with the world. One of my main aims is to help YOU find your own gifts, often buried deep inside, within your most painful wounds. Do you dare to look there…? Because you can undergo a transformation as a result of your wounds and suffering.It is the wound itself that helps you go on an inner journey, that becomes the transformation itself.
– Deva Yama