Retreat InfoAbout the Retreat:
Welcome to La Vida Divine Healing Institute, a sacred retreat space dedicated to spiritual and physical healing, consciousness expansion, and self-transformation.
Our mission is to provide a safe and secure space for people of all incarnations and orientations to reconnect with the ancient wisdom and knowledge of our Great Mother Earth, and to transcend the illusion of a separate self. As a BIPOC Queer women owned retreat, we are committed to creating a space that is inclusive, diverse, and welcoming to all.
At La Vida Divine Healing Institute, we use the tools of healthy nutrition, Plant Medicine, and sacred community to help our guests heal and recover from the many ravages of modern society. Our experienced and compassionate healers will guide you through a transformative journey that will allow you to connect with your true essence and awaken your highest potential.
At La Vida Divine Healing Institute, we are committed to providing a transformative experience that will help you reconnect with your spirituality, awaken your consciousness, and transcend the limitations of your ego. Come join us for a life-changing journey towards healing, self-discovery, and spiritual awakening.Description of Services:
Our retreat space is nestled in a lush, natural setting, surrounded by the beauty and wisdom of The Amazon Jungle.
We offer a range of spiritual practices, including:
- Plant Medicine Ceremonies in a Traditional Indigenous setting
- Embodiment practices
- Spiritual Practices
- Local, fresh food
- Body Therapies
- Community Supporting events
Taita TsentsekTeam/Medical Staff:
Jhoselyn Gaddy RN
DetailsFounder(s) / CEO: Jhoselyn & Courtney GaddyGroup Size: 1-6 peoplePrice Range: $1500-$2500
Our ProcessOverview of Experience:
Preparing for a plant medicine retreat is crucial for a safe and transformative experience. At our retreat center, we take this preparation seriously by having participants fill out an intake form and schedule a video call appointment with us to discuss their upcoming retreat in detail. This helps us ensure that we are the right fit for the participant and that we can provide them with the support they need.
To further assist in preparation, we also provide a list of resources and a group chat for more immediate interaction closer to the retreat. Our ceremonies take place in a breathtaking location in the heart of the Jurumbaino River in the Amazon region of Ecuador. We are blessed to have our taita Tsentsek, who has over 50 years of experience, as our main Shaman. Tsentsek works alongside curandera Goddess Jhoselyn, who is directly trained under Tsentsek's lineage.
After the ceremonies, our cozy and peaceful home provides the perfect environment for post-ceremony integration. We hold integrative exercises, rituals, and community shares to help participants reflect on their experiences and integrate their insights into their daily lives.Intake Process:
At our retreat center, we place a great emphasis on ensuring that our participants are well-prepared for their upcoming retreat.
As part of this preparation, we require participants to complete an intake form and schedule a video call appointment with us to discuss their needs and expectations in detail. This process allows us to assess whether our retreat is the right fit for the participant and to identify any additional support they may require.
By taking these steps, we can create a personalized experience for each participant, tailored to their individual needs and goals. We believe that this level of preparation and attention to detail is essential for creating a safe, supportive, and transformative environment for our participants.Supplemental Modalities: Energetic Healing, Spiritual cleanses, Ancestral Practices, Abdominal Sobadas, Embodiment TherapiesPsychedelic Substances Offered: Ayahuasca, San Pedro, PsilocybinHow does this Center source medicine?:
Our Medicine comes directly from our Taita's land and our own land as well. We plant, grow, harvest and make our own Medicines on site in the traditional indigenous ways.Practice reciprocity with local communities?: Yes