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Connecting with the Spirit of Cacao in Ceremony

Broadcast on April 28, 2022
With Florencia Fridman
Hosted by Dream Mullick

Reality starts in a dream — and as celebrated teacher Florencia Fridman demonstrates in this experiential workshop, heart-opening ancestral medicines such as cacao can help open us to change and evolve these dreams.


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Florencia Fridman

Co-founder of Cacao Laboratory, Cacao Educator and Ceremony Guide

Florencia Fridman is a self-empowerment artist working with heart-opening therapies involving ceremonial grade cacao, yoga, sound, and breath as instruments for transformation. Florencia is passionate about supporting the voices of indigenous nations, wisdom keepers, and guardians of the sacred lands. She studies under Tz’utujil Mayan elder Nana Marina Cruz from Guatemala, and Manari Ushigua from the Sapara Nation of Ecuador.

Florencia travels internationally sharing her passion for Theobroma Cacao through education and ceremony. She has opened for Deepak Chopra, and has facilitated ceremonies for the corporate world at Spotify. She was a ceremony guide resident at The Assemblage, NYC prior to Covid. Florencia is co-founder of Cacao Laboratory, a ceremonial cacao brand aiming to bridge the gap between the modern culture and indigenous communities.

Florencia Fridman