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The Collection

This carefully curated collection is brought to you by Jeff Crawford, Nashville's Shaman ®. Jeff travels to Peru to visit his Shipibo family each year and hand picks items to bring back to his healing practice and store.

Jeff is the founder of Quantum Light Healing®, Reiki Master Teacher, Practitioner of Reconnective Healing® & The Reconnection®, Distance Healer, Animal Healer, Tarot & Numerology Specialist, Pastoral Counselor/ Coach... He is your credible,  no-nonsense source for training in the energetic healing arts and psychic ability development.

Due to the handcrafted nature of these tribal artisan goods, items that have more than one available may vary from the photo. Colors, feathers and beads may vary from item to item. Feel free to contact The Shaman Shop with questions regarding specific items.

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Featured Product

Gift Certificates Now Available 

at The Shaman's Shop.

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Origins & Artisans

Shipibo designs are traditionally carried out on natural un-dyed cotton (which they often grow themselves) or on cotton dyed in 

mahogany bark (usually three or four times) which gives the distinctive 

brown colour. They paint either using a pointed piece of chonta 

(bamboo) or an iron nail with the juice of the crushed Huito 

(Genipa americana) berry fruits which turns into a blue- brown-black dye once exposed to air. 

Jeff travels yearly to Peru to visit his Shipibo family and selects artisan items to bring home with him to Nashville. You can read more about Jeff's journey to the Shipibo and their energetic and design process. The world is made better for their presence and their ongoing traditions. Sales from the website benefit Shipibo people in Peru.

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from the Shipibo Tribe of Peru

Amazonian Tribal Art