Cynthia Ingar is a Peruvian anthropologist (PhD), doula, women’s health educator, and mother of Maël. She is dedicated to the teaching and protection of ancestral Woman Medicine and traditions. She has applied her research work on reproductive health in different Andean contexts and in the city of Lima through her work in reproductive health programs. She is dedicated to Hampi Warmi, a Peruvian-based non-profit aimed to bring Woman Medicine back to women and girls worldwide throughout all the Cycles of Life. The main project, KillaWarmi Project, is a reproductive health intercultural project designed to empower Andean women and girls through woman-centered knowledge, the strengthening of Andean traditional midwifery and the Remembering of Andean feminine wisdom and spirituality. Cynthia provides menstrual health and sexual education to girls and menarque rites of passage ceremonies. She also teaches international women’s workshops and retreats in South and North America centered in the reconnection with Woman Medicine through our bodies and female cycles, and the re-connection with Pachamama. She collaborates with music and the Drum to deepen the ritual aspect of her work with women. She is committed to the Remembering of our Ancestors’ Wisdom and of the Rainbow Prophecy of Condor and Eagle coming together again.

She has written articles for Midwifery Today, including Midwifery and Women’s Health in Peru: Visions and Dreams from Midwifery Today, Issue 97.

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