Panquetzani honors the 4,000 year-old traditions of her foremothers + integrates her lifetime of study into her practice + daily life. She comes from a matriarchal family of folk healers from the valley of Mexico (Tenochtitlan, Texcoco, y Tlaxcala), La Comarca Lagunera (Durango + Coahuila), and Zacatecas. Hearing family narratives of doctoring + deep transformation led Panquetzani to trust that all people have innate wisdom that can revolutionize their personal, family, + community well-being. In 2007, Panquetzani decided to take her practice outside of her own body + lineage to serve her community. As a traditional herbalist, healer, + birthkeeper, Panquetzani has touched over 3,000 wombs + bellies spread across three countries + two dozen cities in the last decade. Since 2012, as the foundress of Indigemama: Ancestral Healing, she has taught 93 live, in-person intensives, workshops, and trainings, totaling more than 1500 hours of live instruction and countless hours of free + online education. Ask Panquetzani’s students about her pedagogy + student-led, emergent teaching style. On her days off, you’ll find Panquetzani feeding friends + getting into mischief with her guapo + 3 sons.