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Experience the Transformative Power of Ayahuasca in a Sacred Retreat Setting

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Master Plant Dieta 7 Days:

1 Master Plant Dieta
3 Ayahuasca Ceremonies

3 Plant Baths

3 Meetings with the Maestra

1 Tobacco Purge

3 Integration Sessions

2-3 Meals a Day

Airport Pick up and Drop off


PRICE: 800$ (Deposit 150$)

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Master Plant Dieta 10 Days:

1 Master Plant Dieta

4 Ayahuasca Ceremonies

4 Plant Baths

4 Meetings with the Maestra

1 Tobacco Purge

4 Integration Sessions

2-3 Meals a Day

Airport Pick up and Drop off


PRICE: 1100$ (Deposit 200$)

Master Plant Dieta 14 Days:

1 Master Plant Dieta
6 Ayahuasca Ceremonies

6 Plant Baths

6 Meetings with the Maestra

1 Tobacco Purge

6 Integration Sessions

2-3 Meals a Day

Airport Pick up and Drop off


PRICE: 1550$ (Deposit 250$)

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Master Plant Dieta 20 Days:

1 Master Plant Dieta

8 Ayahuasca Ceremonies

8 Plant Baths

8 Meetings with the Maestra

1 Tobacco Purge

8 Integration Sessions

2-3 Meals a Day

Airport Pick up and Drop off


PRICE: 2100$ (Deposit 300$)

Master Plant Dieta 30 Days:

1 Master Plant Dieta
12 Ayahuasca Ceremonies

12 Plant Baths

12 Meetings with the Maestra

1 Tobacco Purge

12 Integration Sessions

2-3 Meals a Day

Airport Pick up and Drop off


PRICE: 3100$ (Deposit 400$)

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The facilitator serves as a vital bridge between the group participants and the maestros, ensuring effective communication and understanding throughout the ceremony. Fluent in Spanish, English and Polish, the facilitator facilitates seamless translation, ensuring that all instructions, guidance, and insights from the shaman are accurately conveyed to the participants in their preferred language. 


Additional Healing Methods

Kambo with Wilson

Kambo, also known as the „frog medicine” or „sapo,” is a potent traditional medicine derived from the secretions of the giant monkey frog (Phyllomedusa bicolor) native to the Amazon rainforest. Used for centuries by indigenous tribes, Kambo is renowned for its powerful cleansing and healing properties.

 

The medicine is administered through small burns or superficial incisions on the skin, followed by the application of the Kambo secretion. Once applied, Kambo stimulates a rapid and intense purgative response, inducing vomiting, sweating, and bowel movements. This detoxifying process is believed to rid the body of toxins, boost the immune system, and restore balance to the mind, body, and spirit.

 

Beyond its physical detoxification effects, Kambo is also revered for its profound spiritual and emotional healing properties. Many users report experiencing heightened clarity, emotional release, and spiritual insights after a Kambo session. It is often used to address a wide range of ailments, including chronic pain, addiction, depression, anxiety, and fatigue.

PRICE: 50$

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Vapor Sauna with Matilde

In contrast to a plant bath, a vapor sauna entails sitting in a chair within a small tent while naked. Water infused with a curated blend of plants, selected by the curandero for purification and healing purposes, is boiled and placed beneath our feet. As the steam rises, it creates a distinctive sauna-like atmosphere within the enclosed space.

The vapor sauna harnesses the combined power of specific plants to cleanse the body of negative energies and shield it from their influence. Maestra Mathilda may recommend multiple vapor saunas based on the specific ailments being addressed, whether they involve spiritual attacks, joint or muscular discomfort, skin issues, congestion, or viral infections.

PRICE: 40$

Energetic Massage with Matilda

In Shipibo-Conibo tradition, energetic massage is a sacred healing practice that involves working with the subtle energies of the body to promote balance, harmony, and well-being. Unlike conventional massage techniques that focus primarily on the physical body, energetic massage goes beyond the surface to address the energetic imbalances that may be contributing to physical, emotional, or spiritual disharmony.

Matilda may use various techniques to assess and manipulate the energy field surrounding the body, including light touch, sweeping motions, and gentle pressure. By working with the body’s subtle energy system, the practitioner can help to clear blockages, release stagnant energy, and restore the natural flow of energy throughout the body.

Energetic massage is often used to address a wide range of physical and emotional issues, including stress, anxiety, chronic pain, fatigue, and emotional trauma. It can also be used to promote relaxation, enhance vitality, and support overall health and well-being

 

PRICE: 30$

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Sound Bath with Dawid

A sound bath is a deeply immersive and meditative experience that uses sound waves to promote relaxation, healing, and spiritual awakening. During a sound bath session, participants typically lie down in a comfortable position while the practitioner plays various instruments such as crystal singing bowls, Tibetan singing bowls, gongs, chimes, drums, and other sound tools.

The vibrations and frequencies produced by these instruments are thought to resonate with the body’s energy centers, or chakras, as well as the cells, tissues, and organs, creating a harmonizing effect on the entire body-mind-spirit system. As the sound waves wash over the participants, they may experience a sense of deep relaxation, inner peace, and profound connection to themselves and the universe.

PRICE: 50$

Book your retreat

We offer master plant diets of 7, 10, 14, 20, 30 and 40 days. We suggest our guest to arrive on specific dates (1st, 10th, 20th of each month) but we are also flexible and allow people to arrive on different dates.

Contact us to schedule a free discovery call:
Whatsapp: +51916320756

Email: dave.raq@gmail.com

    About the Inca Shipiba

    Inca Shipiba is a Centers run and owned by the indigenous wisdom keepers of the Shipibo Ayahuasca tradition. By us you are directly assisting the preservation of one of the last visionary plant medicine traditions, so needed in these crucial times. We believe that thanks to this karmic balance the healing of our guests can be way more profound, the safety more contained and the prices more affordable as they directly go to Maestra Matilde and her family.

    The Inca Shipiba team believes in true empowerment of the Shipibo shamans and a change of the current paradigm where rich westerners are taking over a sacred tradition and using the indigenous shamans as a way to attract more clients.

    It’s up to you to decide if an ancient tradition preserved by hundreds or thousands of years is worth the prices that we ask for our services. The more people align with this vision, the more we will be able to support the preservation of the indigenous ways of the Shipibo tribe.

    In our work we want to protect Inca Shipiba from becoming a healing factory so we keep our groups small without losing quality of the experience. In our ceremonies we always have 3-4 shamans and 1-2 facilitators, while the groups are between 5 to 15 participants max.

    Typical master plant dieta retreat schedule:


    DAY 1 Arrival day


    01:50pm landing in Iquitos airport and heading to the city center to exchange usd to soles
    03:00pm leaving for Nauta with private taxi/bus,
    05:00pm arrival at Inca Shipiba, settling into your hut, logistics and schedule explanation, last communication with family and friends,
    06:00pm dinner, rest time.

    DAY 2 Ceremony 1
    07:00am Meeting in the Maloca for Mapacho tobacco purge or Kambo cleansing ritual,
    08:00am Breakfast,
    09:00am introduction to the Master Plant Dieta, meeting Maestra Matilde and the family, sharing your intention and receiving a master plant for the dieta,
    12:00pm lunch,
    05:00pm flower bath for protection,
    07:00pm meeting in the Maloca for the ceremony,
    12:00am ceremony finishes, open space for music / sound healing, (you can sleep on your bed in the Maloca or go back to your tambo).

    DAY 3 Rest
    07:00am receiving Master Plant in the Maloca,
    08:00am Breakfast, rest,
    12:00pm Lunch, time for grounding and solidifying the experience avoiding social contact as much as possible,
    06:00pm dinner, rest.

    DAY 4 Ceremony 2 & Integration Session
    07:00am receiving Master Plant in the Maloca,
    08:00am Breakfast,
    09:00am sharing circle integration session,
    12:00pm lunch, integration time (singing, journaling, drawing, painting etc.),
    05:00pm plant bath,
    07:00pm meeting in the Maloca for the ceremony,
    12:00pm ceremony finishes, open space for music / sound healing.

    DAY 5 Rest
    07:00am receiving Master Plant in the Maloca,
    08:00am Breakfast, rest,
    12:00pm Lunch, time for grounding and solidifying the experience avoiding social contact as much as possible,
    06:00pm dinner.

    DAY 6 Ceremony 3 & Integration Session
    07:00am receiving Master Plant in the Maloca,
    08:00am Breakfast,
    09:00am sharing circle integration session,
    12:00pm lunch, integration time (singing, journaling, drawing, painting etc.),
    05:00pm plant bath,
    07:00pm meeting in the Maloca for the ceremony,
    12:00pm ceremony finishes, open space for music / sound healing.

    DAY 7 Closing
    07:00am closing of the Master Plant Dieta,
    08:00am breakfast,
    09:00 last sharing circle,
    11:00 Shipibo Handicraft Market,
    12:00 lunch,
    01:00pm photo session and saying goodbyes,
    03:00pm travel to the airport in Iquitos.

     

    What should I consider and take for my stay?

    • Passport which is still valid for a minimum of 6 months at the moment of entering Peru
    • Better take a backpack than a suitcase – there is some walking involved in getting to the center.
    • Headlamp with red light option for the ceremony. White light only is good for outdoors but too strong for inside the ceremony space.
    • candles and a lighter for your Tambo (forest hut) also it might be nice to have some incense and essential oils (against mosquitos)(tea tree, citronella, lemon grass etc)
    • A raincoat and crocs – you can buy this cheaply in Iquitos
    • Towel or sarong
    • Natural soap and shampoo
    • Light clothes
    • For everyday use flip flops or crocs are most practical.
    • Personal stuff such as contact lenses
    • If you play anything, take your instruments
    • Creative tools, such as notebook, sketchbook, pen, felt-tip pens, pencil
    • In case of diarrhea, natural remedy such as charcoal
    • USD is the best currency and easiest to change. However remember that notes can not be deteriorated or torn in any way, they will not be accepted anywhere in Peru. Also make sure, if you are bringing 100 USD notes, that none are with a series beginning with CB.
      Apart from the money to cover extra nights stay and Kambo ceremony (IN CASH ONLY), you may bring some extra cash, either for shopping textiles and other artwork from our shamans.