Retreat InfoAbout the Retreat:
We are a retreat center on the banks of the Amazon River, in the jungle near Iquitos.
The center is fully equipped for personalized ayahuasca ceremonies with a small number of people (up to 6 guests) and below market prices.
We cooperate with a number of local shamans and each of them is tested by us multiple times. This assures a safe healing environment for anyone willing to use our help in their journey. Additionally, all the ceremonies are assisted by our staff members. Our goal is to have a personal approach toward every participant before, during, and after the retreat.
We provide an affordable, high-quality ayahuasca experience with comfort, safety, and all the necessities for deep dive into healing, self-discovery, and love.Description of Services:
We offer 6/13 days of Ayahuasca retreats in the jungle of the Amazon (3/6 traditional Ayahuasca ceremonies). Our infrastructure allows our guests to keep a delicate balance between being in the comfort and connecting with Nature.
Our focus is on a personal approach for our guests. To make it possible, we have small groups (up to 6 people).
We work only with native shamans. Before inviting a shaman to the center, the owners themselves are having multiple ceremonies with the candidate, to make sure that they are skillful and reliable.
By working on a very low margin, we provide affordable and high-quality Ayahuasca treatment in a safe environment.Practitioners:
We understand that the well-being of our guests, the outcome of their experience, and our reputation depend in big part on our shamans.
The only way to make sure that the shaman is skilled and powerful is by testing his abilities in practice. And this is exactly the approach we are having while selecting them for our center.
Once in a while, we invite a new shaman that was recommended to us and conduct a number of ceremonies without guests. After that, we have an internal discussion, and based on a number of criteria, we make the decision. on whether or not to work with the shaman.
As a result, we have an increasing list of reliable shamans that serve well to us and all our guests.Team/Medical Staff:
Our team has extensive experience in handling Ayahuasca ceremonies.
During the ceremonies, we always have someone from our team as the "guardians" of the ceremony. they provide assistance to the participants. Also in emergencies, we have team members trained in first aid.
DetailsFounder(s) / CEO: Joshua FredrickssonGroup Size: 2-6Price Range: $800-$1600
Our ProcessOverview of Experience:
We ask our participants to start their preparation as soon as possible. Ideally, we ask them to start implementing small habits and routines (meditation, yoga, dietary restriction fasting, etc). This allows them to be as prepared as possible and deeply dive into the ceremony. We can offer consultations and guidance for this.
After the retreat, we are constantly in touch with everyone who needs support and also give recommendations on how to better digest the lessons learned from ayahuasca.
In the upcoming future, we will establish partnerships with mental health professionals to address our guests to them for further work.Intake Process:
We are accepting guests based on the registration form they are submitting. We pay careful attention to the mental/physical health conditions they mention.
Also, we conduct a video interview with all participants after their registration.
In later stages, even if the participation fee is paid, we keep the right to return the money to the candidate and refuse his participation if we understand that the retreat can bring more damage to the person than healing.Psychedelic Substances Offered: Ayahuasca brewHow does this Center source medicine?:
The medicine is sourced by each particular shaman that works with us. Some of them are having personal plantations of the ingredients, some of them are buying the plants, and some are harvesting them in the jungle.
Our center is having a small plantation of ingredients that in the future, our shamans will use to prepare the medicine for our guests.Practice reciprocity with local communities?: Yes