Listed in Ayahuasca
The Garden of Peace is a humble healing centre located in the high jungles of Peru near Tarapoto.
We specialise in individually tailored master plant dieta which works with a range of plant medicines and includes Ayahuasca ceremonies as part of a broader system of holistic shamanic medicine.
We believe in giving people the treatment they need not just selling an experience.
Our retreats run from 7 to 30 days in length and include an annual women’s retreat .
We run small groups of no more than 10 guests at a time with 24/7 access to trained english speaking facilitators who work alongside our traditional Peruvian healers to provide a high standard of care and support.
Rated 5 stars on Retreat Guru we take extra care pre and post retreat to ensure our guests have full access to the integration they need for lasting healing and transformation. Located on a beautiful river in a private valley great care has been taken to provide a comfortable healing sanctuary of integrity and focused medicine work.
To read more about the retreat types we offer, schedules and applications please visit our website.
Lara and Ashley, the shamans and entire team are really amazing and what they do. If you are looking for some serious/real/raw healing. The experience of solitude for two weeks was the hardest for me maybe but everyone is super comforting and there for you. I really believe this medicine saved me a lot of pain I hold in as a person. I am trying to make it back to beautiful Peru to do a cleanse again. Just money is my issue till I save up. But again, the experience in itself is something I’ll hold onto for a life time. I won’t forget what I learned there.
I did the 10 day women’s retreat at the Garden of Peace in 2017 when I was 22, in the beautiful Peruvian Amazon, surrounded by trees, a river to bathe in every day. It was a time of great darkness and confusion for me. Going to Peru and embarking on the journey that is a masterplant dieta was the sole light and hope for my life. I felt safe at the Garden. I felt like the beautiful people working there knew what they were doing and that they took the work very, very seriously.
It wasn’t easy and it isn’t *the perfect place*. But it felt right for me. Even though the retreat hosts were accessible after dieta for any questions or worries, I did miss some form of aftercare at the Garden itself. Although I only realise this a year later. I’m sure the Garden is working very hard at bettering itself all the time and I recommend it to anyone interested in working with these beautiful plant medicines.
Most of all, I feel immensely grateful for my experience and am quite sure I will go back one day. Namaste 🙂