Peruvian Quena or Kena flute is a South American wind instrument mostly used by Andean musicians although relatively common in World music. Traditionally made of bamboo or wood with 6 finger holes and one thumb hole.this beautiful instrument is regarded as a sacred flute used during many sacred ceremonies and special occasions.across the Andes.
We have selected a beautiful range of musical instruments used widely by many modalities for journeying, drumming and dancing circles.
Whether Shamanic, Pagan, Celtic, Reiki or perhaps just spiritual this selection of popular products are widely used.
There are many different types of drums and instruments that tone very differently. What we have done is selected the most popular taking into account the range of the voices involved.
Remo synthetic skin drums tend to be used more when travelling, fire circles and sweat lodges where ambient weather changes occur and can effect a drums voice. The very nature of the Remo Buffalo Skin is an all-round synthetic drum that performs wells across the board.
Natural Skin Handmade Native American Indian drums have an amazing tone and visually look very beautiful. The skin and tone makes a vast difference. Elk and Deer have a great tone with the Elk being more resilient to European Weather.
Sacred Essence is proud to offer Peruvian Shipibo Jungle Gourd Rattles, Mexican Mimbres Talking Gourd Rattles to Peruvian Quena Wooden Flutes.
Many are designed with symbolic artistry from archetypical animal spirits to the elements of nature. Choosing is a personal preference to what one resonates or is guided to work with.