Who Is Somaheart?
Working out of Vancouver BC, Deus & Aga facilitate a wide variety of transformative offerings including plant medicine ceremonies, sound journeys, 1-on-1 coaching, and full immersion workshops in the realm of plant medicine integration, transformative art, & empowered relating. Together they weave extraordinary ceremonial experiences with majestic soundscapes & powerful medicine songs to heal & liberate the mind, heart & spirit.
SomaHeart sound journeys share a wide range of medicine songs from around the world. From Aztec to Bolivian, Lakota to Nigerian, Polish to Squamish, Sanskrit to English, SomaHeart recognizes the divinity in all languages and traditions, and seeks to share the essence of our Divine Humanity through both ancient and modern sacred songs in a ceremonial and reverential way.
SomaHeart has been sharing devotional music from around the world since 2017 and was recently invited to perform as special guests and allies at the first ever Indigenous Arts and Music Festival in Kelowna, BC.
IAKP Certified Kambo Practitioner
Hatha & Yin Yoga Teacher
Plant Medicine Facilitator
Certified Holistic Health Coach specializing in
Candida & Gut Health
Born in Lublin Poland, Aga grew up in Metro Vancouver, BC, which is the unceded Coast Salish territory of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-waututh nations. She has over 9 years of professional experience working in a variety of healing arts; she is a IAKP Certified Kambo Practitioner, Plant Medicine Facilitator, Yoga Teacher, and Certified Holistic Health Coach specializing in gut health.
She has worked closely with Amazonian plant teacher medicines since 2011 where she was training to run an Ayahuasca healing retreat center working closely with curanderos of the Shipibo linage in Pucallpa, Peru. Aga has also been supporting the Blackfoot sundance on the Blood Reserve, in Alberta since 2018. Aga's approach to healing is a holistic combination of both Western and Eastern approaches, infused with Earth-based teachings, magic and playfulness.
Deus Fortier grew up in Calgary, AB, which is the unceded territory of the Niitsitapi, or Blackfoot first nations people. He has been a fire-keeper and drummer for a Blackfoot sundance on the Blood Reserve in southern Alberta since 2013, and has been actively participating in and supporting Indigenous traditions since 2011.
Deus is an initiated Kriya Yogi through Self-Realization Fellowship; founded by Paramahansa Yogananda of the Giri branch of the ancient Swami order. The Kriya Yoga path is also known as "Raja Yoga"; a comprehensive spiritual science that includes deep, devotional chanting
and ceremonial pujas (acts of worship). It is through dedication to this path that Deus began exploring sacred song as an act of devotion in communion with Spirit. He has been working with plant medicines since 2007, and has been exposed to many different modern and traditional songs through these ceremonial offerings.