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At Erudito we learn, share and teach. This is the space in Amayal from which we give

our own workshops as well as workshops given by invited professionals.


Meet our instructors:

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Laura Cazares

Laura Cázares is a Spiritual Coach, Holistic Therapist in Soul Medicine. She has an extensive list of certifications including the following: Reconnective Healing and Reconnection Therapy; Bio-Decoding; Aromatherapy; Spiritual Ceremonies; Hands for Healing (ViaSer Mexico); Dowsing and Pythagorean Numerology. She has a degree in Communication Sciences, is the creator of Medicina del Alma, and has 11 years of experience in the area of wellness.


Gonzalo Villarreal

Graduated in Industrial Design and Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation in 1995. In 2009 he specialized in Permaculture Design. He has introduced organopony in Monterrey, and has founded the project Ciénega Asterión México, a center for human development and ecology located in Ciénega de Flores. He has studied urban gardens at Huerto Romita in Mexico City with Gabriela Vargas, and organopony in a community garden in Jaguey Cuba. He received his international permaculture certification (PDC) from Ridgedale Permaculture with Richard Perkins, one of Europe's self-sustainability leaders. Through U-Farm (Centro de Monterrey), he supports farmers in Nuevo Leon, Tamaulipas and Coahuila. There he carries out participatory certifications to facilitate the consumption of agroecological food and to reduce costs so that quality products reach the consumer directly.


Marcela Gonzalez

As a child and teenager, she was a student at the Escuela Superior de Música y Danza de Monterrey. In her 20's she learned photography at Maine Media 50. She later graduated with a degree in Marketing from Tec de Monterrey, she completed a Master’s degree in Education with an emphasis in Neurolearning, and was certified in Progressive Ballet Technique programs. She holds two teaching certifications from the Bolshoi Ballet Academy of Russia. She is currently the director of CENTRE, a space for girls from 4-8 years old whose mission is to promote and develop through dance and art, physical, mental and artistic self-knowledge. It is here where Marcela begins to share her knowledge and achieve the dreams she has had since she was a child.

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Monica Orozco

An accredited therapist by the Mexican school of therapies ATMA and the TMC School Chiang Mai, she is backed by more than 22 years of experience in spas and 5-star hotels in Mexico, Bermuda, London, Italy, Thailand and Bali. In addition to being accredited by TMC School Chiang Mai, Monica studied Nerve Touch, Master Lek Chaia and RSM-Recreation and Sports Massage in other schools in Thailand. In England she graduated in Anatomy and Physiology (ITEC). She is passionate about abdominal detoxification therapies, clinical massage, muscle and tendon relaxation massage, and authentic Balinese massage among other techniques. Monica is currently an expert in abdominal release therapies, which has led her to propose her own method with incredible results. Her training includes various schools in Thailand focused on the uterus and abdomen, she has studied Mayan massage in Belize with the prestigious American doctor Rosita Arvigo, and visceral osteopathy at the Barral Institute Mexico.



Humberto Orantes is a native of Chiapas, entrepreneur and co-founder of Teocäo. He holds a diploma in Agroecology and Sustainable Agriculture from the Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro; a diploma in Export Management with Global Uncertainty from the Universidad Anáhuac México; and a degree in International Relations and Foreign Affairs from the Tecnológico de Monterrey. Since 2018, Humberto and the Teocäo team have forged partnerships with cocoa producing and processing communities in the Soconusco area of Chiapas, Mexico. In this way they have contributed to increasing the income of numerous cocoa-growing and cocoa-processing families. In the meantime, Teocäo has continued to offer high-quality specialized products based on ancestral forms of processing and consumption produced under agroforestry systems.

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