Reviewed by Vlad Rel a year ago
I have been coming to Peru and working with the medicine for about two and a half years now. After experiencing working with the medicine at two other centres, I must admit that I am most blown away with the experiene I had at Nimea Kaya.
Right from when you walk through the gates, the beautiful bridge and picturesque landscape welcome you to your new home in the most jaw dropping way. The grounds are incredibly well maintained and the nature and wildlife are everything that you would expect as a setting to work with the medicine.
The staff are next level as well. I have NEVER experienced a level of care, commitment to safety and heart-felt support during my time at Nimea Kaya (both in and out of ceremony). This is something that was almost all but lacking at other centre's I visited but at Nimea Kaya is truly felt like the cornerstone to the whole experience.
The Medicine and the Shamans were 5stars as well. I have never had to drink less medicine to receive the same level of healing as I had in pervious trips to Peru at other centres. The medicine is filled with love and the Shamans are extremely powerful and personable. I was able to open up and work through my "baggage" so to speak and always felt supported and safe. The healing was wonderful!
The classes and workshops in-between ceremony were an added bonus I must say. The visionary painting session was outstanding and the integration circles were beyond valuable.
Oh and how could I forget the FOOD! Honestly, this was one of the best culinary experiences I've had at a centre (just wait till you try the pineapple mash!). Even for those people who are normally meat eaters, there wasn't a complaint in the room whatsoever.
Accommodations were spacious and wonderful (very jungle-chic!) and the showers were modern, tiled and spacious as well.
All in all, if you're looking for a safe and beautiful centre where you'll be treated like family and feel supported through and through while you work with the medicine, then Nimea Kaya is 100% for you!
Number of people in ceremony: 18
Follow up integration
Visited Tuesday, September 25th 2018