Ceremonies dedicated to women
Inna Iko. Is held in a "surba" or sacred enclosure built by the family within inna negative (chicha house). It is the feast of the nasal and piercing earlobes.
Serguir. Feast of puberty. Inside the house the girl's father built the "surba" where the girl is locked for four days. During this time a woman bathes the developed child. The ritual ends with the girl smearing "sabdur" or Jaguar.
Inna Mutike. It's the haircut party dedicated to women.
Inna Suit. It's a lavish ceremony haircutting and full of sacred rites which lasts three to four days It takes the fermented chicha. It gives the child a traditional name. The "gammdur"is the center of the party and during the feast days of singing the treaty of the flute "gammu" with lyrical verses that call igargan.
Music & Dance
The origin of dance and music Kuna comes from the sounds of nature. Oral history has it that one day Dad Ibe called connoisseurs of the discipline of Dance and Music Kuna to accompany him in the great ceremony of her sister Inna Oloawili Suit. They learned how deeply the singing and dancing of different species of birds, deciphered the meaning of the cry of animals, the gurgling of streams and the chirps of crickets.