We will hold 4 Ayahuasca ceremonies led by our gifted Shipibo maestros (shamans) who have over 30 years of experience.
We also work with a Kokáma curandero (native healer) and tabaquero who will provide plant remedies as needed and do work helping clear people with the Master plant Tobacco. (Only he will use Tobacco when he does his work.)
We have no more than eight people in this retreat to make sure every participant receives the deepest and most profound amount of healing possible and truly individualized care and attention.
We are also very focused on homeopathic healing and healing with food. You will find our Ayahuasca menu to be very health conscious, including green juices and many super foods. Vegetarian and Vegan diets can be catered to. (Please tell us in advance of any dietary restrictions or allergies and they will be accommodated.)
Our retreats aim to provide deep emotional, spiritual, and physical healing in a beautiful and safe environment to create a lasting change in people’s lives.
We are located in the Amazon, in the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve and right on the river. Many find that working with Ayahuasca not just in the rainforest, but by the water, is a particularly profound and healing experience. We work with highly qualified shamans with decades of experience and facilitators who have worked with the medicine for years to help guide you on your journey. Your healing, health and happiness is our first priority.
Sample Retreat Schedule:
Days of classes are subject to change. An official schedule will be given at orientation.
You will be picked up from Hotel La Casona hotel in Iquitos at 9 am. After putting your luggage in your cottage, you will receive your first floral bath to begin the process of infusing yourself with plant and light energy. After lunch an orientation will be held to introduce ourselves and to explain the healing journey you are about to undertake over the next 8 days, as well as to answer any questions you may have. You will have time to acclimate and relax before dinner, as well as take a guided walk to familiarize yourself with the grounds and location of the maloca. There will be an evening meditation class.
Before breakfast you will have a onetime vomitivo to help cleanse the body, physically and energetically, to prepare for ceremony. In the afternoon you will have your personal consultation with the healers and your facilitators. The rest of the afternoon will be for personal reflection and relaxation to prepare for your first ceremony. Ceremony 1
Daily plant remedies will begin before breakfast if prescribed by the healers. Along with normal activities, there will be an afternoon class in mantra meditation to explore working with sound healing as much of ayahuasca is related to healing with the power of sound through icaros. Ceremony 2
After breakfast there will be a group share to discuss the previous two night’s journey. If anyone wishes, there will be an afternoon boat ride where you can see and swim with pink dolphins.
Along with normal activities, there will be a morning creativity class which can range from art, creative writing or singing. Ceremony 3
We will have our closing Ayahuasca ceremony where the maestros will give an arkana to seal in the work they have done. If anyone wishes to sing after the ceremony is closed, we will open the space for songs that are fitting with healing, love and light or you feel are appropriate for the space. Singing with the medicine is an incredible experience and we would like everyone to have the opportunity to experience this if they wish. Ceremony 4: Arkanas
We will have our final group share as well as a discussion on reintegration and post diet restrictions. There will be time to take pictures with the healers and a small Shipibo market will be held should you wish to purchase the crafts of your healers, such as tapestries, bags, rattles, and jewelery.
Breakfast will be served and then we will leave on the boat at 10am to return to Iquitos at approximately 1pm. You will be dropped off at Hotel La Casona.