Retreat InfoAbout the Retreat:
Over the past decade, the ECA has united diverse minds, hearts, wisdoms and sacred medicines from North, Central and South America around one fire. The rekindling the self-knowledge, love, and ancestral memory reawakens collective and individual consciousness to the benefit of all our relations.
Our next retreat begins April 14th in the mountains outside of Medellin, Colombia.Description of Services:
Ayahuasca, San Pedro Cactus, Peyote and Sweat Lodge ceremonies each have their own unique altar, tradition, and way of healing us and awakening our spirits. We believe that offering these traditions of North, Central and South America over the course of a comprehensive retreat creates the greatest potential for meaningful curative experiences for our participants.
DetailsFounder(s) / CEO: Wanbli Garcia, Jesse Stamell, Bobby WadeGroup Size: 8 - 14 peoplePrice Range: $1600 - $2,100Specializing In: conservation, Depression, Integration, land stewardship, Life Elevation, Meditation, mythology, PTSD, Sacred Medicines of the Americas, Wisdom Sharing, and Yoga
Our ProcessOverview of Experience:
We speak with every participant and outline recommendations on how to best prepare for the experience, including dietary and lifestyle recommendations. During the retreat the facilitators and healers are available for private consultations and conversations. After the retreat we maintain contact with guests and are available for private integration guidance.Intake Process:
We request that potential participants fill out our intake form and take the time to have a short conversation with one of our facilitators.Supplemental Modalities: Yoga, meditation, gardening, chopping wood, cooking therapies, river hikesPsychedelic Substances Offered: Ayahuasca, Peyote, San Pedro Cactus, Coca LeafHow does this Center source medicine?:
Our healers harvest and prepare the medicines they offer. We do not buy medicine from third parties unless one of our elders has harvested medicine that he or she wants us to share with the community.Practice reciprocity with local communities?: Yes