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About ECC

The EC Council is a living demonstration of the power of the Sacred Hoop — people of diverse background and spiritual practice coming together in the spirit of solidarity, collaboration and healing. We support authentic community, sacred healing traditions and earth-centered spirituality. Anchored in the cosmology and teachings of Peru and the Andes we build community and support diverse spiritual traditions through workshops, events, retreats and pilgrimage.

The EC Council operates on the principles of self-organization, we are not hierarchical but rather seek to support collaboration that leads to meaningful programming and service.

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Our Teachers

Jeff Schmitt, PhD Founder

Ellen Kittredge, CHC

 

Matthew Kabat, MFA


 

Assistant Teachers

Shea Michael O’Brien

Callan Welder, L.Ac. MAOM

Sheila Guarnagia, M.Ac., L.Ac., Dipl.Ac., Dipl.C.H.

Lisa Wiggins, PhD


 

Elders Council

Bill Barry (Bharata)

Jyoti

don Abraham Alberto Fernandez Santa Cruz

don Victor Chura Quispe

 

Collaborators

Krystal Kinnunen L.Ac., MAOM, Dipl.OM

Krystal Kinnunen L.Ac., MAOM, Dipl.OM

Daniel Foor, PhD

Daniel Foor, PhD

Suzannah Tebbe Davis

Suzannah Tebbe Davis

Raphaela & Chandler Fritz

Raphaela & Chandler Fritz

Prajna Ginty

Prajna Ginty

Jennifer Worthen, LPC, MT-BC, FAMI

Jennifer Worthen, LPC, MT-BC, FAMI

River Guerguerian

River Guerguerian

Lama Karma

Lama Karma

Ed Mayer  and  Susan Brown

Ed Mayer and Susan Brown

Caroline Padgett

Caroline Padgett

Jon Rousseau

Jon Rousseau

Seren Petrichor

Seren Petrichor

Chuck and Ashley Wile

Chuck and Ashley Wile

Desiree Saltkill

Desiree Saltkill

Alex Villegas

Alex Villegas

Lea Motlow

Lea Motlow

 

 
 
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Social and Environmental Equity Programs

The Eagle Condor Council strives to walk in sacred reciprocity (ayni) and right relations. We recognize what a  great privilege it is to practice and share the traditions and practices sanctioned to us by our teachers. We also acknowledge the ills and suffering caused by colonization and cultural appropriation. Our commitment is to help our teachers and their communities become more resilient so that their traditions and teachings are not lost. Golden Threads, is a living example of this commitment. 

As an organization, we seek to walk in right relationship with Pachamama, the living earth. As such, we recognize that as part of the industrial world we create harmful greenhouse gasses as a consequence of our work and travel. We have partnered with COTAP.org (Carbon Offsets to Alleviate Poverty) to help ensure that we are doing as little damage as possible to the earth’s ecosystems.

 
 
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