Before committing to the path of healing and founding Sananda – Wasi, Dennis was working as a professional bassoonist in some of the world’s leading orchestras. During those years he travelled around the world, starting in the Himalayan Mountains.
Riding a motorbike through Tibet, a Tibetan nun on the backseat, brought him closer to the world of self-discovery. The next 10 years took him on a journey to India, Nepal, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, New Zealand, Egypt, Brazil and finally to Peru.
Peru felt like coming home, and slowly the vision of Sananda – Wasi started to pour in.
Those years were also a journey to the inside. Getting to know different kinds of Meditation, Yoga, Healing techniques, the Sacred Medicines and a new way to use the beautiful power of music, he had to confront both the lighter and heavier energies of his inner worlds. This journey proved to be a beautiful learning path.
Dennis is a certified KRI Kundalini Yoga and Meditation teacher, a Reiki Master, Theta Healer and a trained Colon Hydro therapist. He works with sounds, different modalities of energy healing and has many years of experience with juice fasting and detox.
From Padrinho Alfredo, the spiritual leader of the Santo Daime, he received the blessings to work with the medicine of the Santo Daime in an open and free way.
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Alina Guender January 06, 2017
I dont even want to describe my experience. There are no words for it. I met Dennis in Peru and spontaniously joined a healing session. Game-changing and just beautiful. Dennis' music contributes to healing, bliss and understanding. He makes sure that you feel secure and stay in your limits of transformation. Just make sure, to return into a trusted and healthy environment after any kind of retreat. So you can observe yourself to not fall back into old patterns or habits. Otherwise things can get worse. Dont try to change people, just because you feel changed. we all have different things to learn. (That is what I have learned so far ;)
Remember that sometimes not getting what you want is a wonderful stroke of luck. Dalai Lama