Wind Malin Disse
Wind Malin Disse was born in Berlin, Germany. From the age of 3 years old he has been living in Ecuador with exception of a view years in Switzerland and Germany. He graduated as an Anthropologist in Ecuador, and went to Germany for advanced studies as a Migration & Integration Manager. Besides Wind loves extreme sports, Art and to play music as a DJ on festivals.
Wind´s path as an anthropologist, holistic healer, artist and Tantra, Yoga teacher leads him to be seen as a cultural mediator, a bridge between worlds. He has been teaching the traditional Kaula Tantra Yoga in many workshops. In Durga’s Tiger School ® he teaches Applied Tantra Wisdom, Meditation, Psychology of Chakras, beside Kaula Tantra Yoga and Nature Spirit Connection. He is a certified Yoga Alliance and Yoga Alliance International Yoga Teacher (E-RYT 500) and one of the lead teachers of the Durga’s Tiger School ® Yoga Teacher Training. He is the manager of Durga’s Tiger School in Ecuador.
In 2020 he joined a traditional Hatha Yoga teacher training at Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Center in south India which he finished successfully in 2023.
Besides of that he has been part of the Skydancing Tantra Institute Love & Ecstasy Training in California USA 2022 to obtain more wisdom.
Wind has been learning and doing different rites of passage in the Shamanic path of the Deer Tribe or Twisted Hairs & Sweet Sundance Medicine Path that connect shamanic wisdom from different socio-cultures all around the world.
Due to his deep interest in shamanism, he has contacted and learned from many shamans of the Amazon and Andean region of Ecuador, and worked with them to understand their traditions. From 2009 he has been invited to learn more about the shamanic tradition of the Cofán- A’í socio-culture and ended up being accepted as an apprentice by the shaman Don Avelino Quenama. Don Avelino created the A’í- Cofán Community Pisurí Canque. He is most known for his power as a healer. He is one of the Elders of the A’í- Cofán socio-culture, holding the Shamanic tradition with he’s rituals and spiritual teachings in Ecuador and Colombia. His lineage as an A’í- Cofán community member goes back countless generation. Not only is he a leader of the community as healer, but also as a political and spiritual leader. He was invited to many different countries such as Colombia, Brazil, Peru and to share his wisdom about the medicine and the shamanic path.
Wind´s thesis as Anthropologist was about the theme: Orality, practices and symbols of the A’í shamanism, including the relation with visionary plants. Don Avelino gave him the authorization to do his own ceremonies with the yage medicine and share his knowledge.
Since then, Wind Malin Disse has attended and guided many shamanic ceremonies in order to keep on learning and help others to enter into a shamanic state of consciousness that allows shamanic healing.