Nimea Kaya Healing Center

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The Nimea Kaya Healing Center is devoted to the collective healing of Mother Earth and humanity. In the Shipibo language, Nimea Kaya signifies Spirit of the Jungle. Through our retreats we aim to help our guests awaken to their fullest potential by expanding their consciousness and healing their bodies, minds & spirits. We also focus on raising awareness in the preservation of shamanic traditions, local indigenous cultures and the Amazon Rainforest. We are dedicated here at the center in helping those individuals seeking life transformative change and growth. Our ceremonial work with Madre Ayahuasca, guided by local Shipibo Healers, has helped many guests from all over the world find more balance, peace & purpose in their lives.
Our shamanic retreats are designed to accommodate each individual on their path of awakening and healing. We offer nine day retreats with a series of four Ayahuasca ceremonies guided by Shipibo Shamans, also known as Curanderos or Ayahuasqueros. Our healers have been well established in the shamanic ayahuasca practice for several decades. Our medicine is made on site during each retreat where the guests may assist in the sacred brewing process. We only use the ayahuasca vine and chacruna leaves. No other admixtures are used.
Our ceremonies are facilitated with the utmost integrity and responsibility. There is always a minimum of five of our staff members in every ceremony assisting our guests through their healing journeys with the sacred medicine. These staff members do not drink the ayahuasca medicine during these ceremonies.
Drinking the ayahuasca medicine during ceremonies allows the participants to expand their consciousness to a multi-faceted universe. Ayahuasca takes the individual through a process of cleansing the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual bodies. The individual journeys through a series of visions often receiving profound realizations that lead them to a place of healing, understanding and balance within themselves.
During the course of the retreat we offer facilitated group sharing and one on one counseling. We prefer our groups no larger than 15 people to accommodate an intimate and personal setting during ceremony. Our ceremonial Maloca is very spacious, providing a comfortable environment for the profound experience. It is situated in the midst of beautiful native plants and trees where the orchestra of nature graciously joins us in our sacred ceremonies.
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This center is open since October 1st 2008


Ayahausca and Chacruna.

The Nimea Kaya Healing Center is located on 25 acres of land in the lowland jungles of the Amazon, on the outskirts of Pucallpa, Peru. We recently relocated in early 2013 to a beautiful sacred piece of land formerly owned by the renowned visionary Ayahuasca painter, Pablo Amaringo, in the village of La Florida. Our home becomes your home, a place of peace, harmony & relaxation for your journey with the medicine. Here we are dedicated to maintaining an eco-friendly and sustainable environment.

Airport Pick-up is provided

Accommodation and facilities

Transfer from airport is available.


Music that is played during session

Shamans sing Icaros

Medical and safety

We have first aid kits and supplies on site.

Hospitals and Clinics

Counseling with experienced facilitators is offered in one on one sessions.

Application Form is required via the website

Integration Circles are offered after each ceremony. We also offer coaching for integration post retreat.

Ayahuasca Ceremonies offered for healing the physical, mental, emotional & spiritual bodies. Life transformation, expansion & growth thru these ceremonies can be achieved.


Diodemero Minas, Rosenda Flores, Agosto Gomes, Ercilia Flores - Shipibo Shamans with average 20 years experience.


Our NGO, Selva Spirit Association, is involved with Amazon re-forestation projects, health & clean water projects in the surrounding region, supports the local Amazon Bilingual School.

Group Size

Maximum 16 persons per group


Maximum 3 participants per facilitator.

The facilitator stays during session.

Someone who stays sober is present during ceremonies.

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