We welcome you to a magical inner journey with sacred power plants in the Sierra Nevada, Granada, in the south of Spain. During this three day retreat we will use ayahuasca, rapé and sananga to dive into the deeper layers of the self, in order to release blockages, stimulate our innate healing energy and reconnect with the higher self and Mother Nature. Our ceremonies are eclectic, combining silence and sacred songs from different shamanic traditions, celebrating life, love and the healing power of nature. The ceremonies take place in a large geodesic dome at Amoraleza, a small vegetarian community project dedicated to healthy living, nestled between olive trees, in the mountains overlooking the Orgiva valley. The ceremonies will be guided by Lorenzo and Veronika, who have been holding shamanic ceremonies on their land for more than 12 years.
What to expect? Each journey is unique, as the context, our state of health, expectations, current life processes, diet and the plants themselves influence each experience. In these sessions, we provide a safe space for each person to work on him/herself. We begin and end each ceremony with a sharing circle and finish the retreat with a day of integration and sharing.
We also give special attention to diet and healthy, high vibration vegan food will be served to optimize your experience during this weekend. Schedule
Two ceremonies will be held, on Friday and Saturday nights. Sunday will be a day of integration and include a sit-down lunch and optional rapé circle. The official programstarts Friday at 17:00 with the check-in, and ends Sunday at 17:00. However, you are more than welcome to stay with us some extra nights, for a better preparation and smoother integration.
The food Veronika is a raw food chef and Naturopath who specialises in raw and superfood nutrition and fasting. Expect delicious, fresh, high-raw vegan food. All food will be gluten-free and organic and home-grown when available.
Accommodation Private or shared accomodation is available for an extra fee and depending on availability. Otherwise, participants can camp (bring your own tent or rent one) or stay in the ceremony dome (mattresses provided).