Workshops

Costa Rica Retreat

Join Mark Moyle and I on a healing retreat to Costa Rica in early 2020.

I've had quite a few people ask me about our Ayahuasca experience back in January when we visited Rythmia. Mark went on to visit another healing center in Costa Rica in April called Soltara, and he came back with nothing but good things to say about his experience.

Mark and I are not leading these ceremonies, we are just organizing a trip to a healing center that we find as reputable, safe and welcoming. We leave the actual ceremonies to traditional shamans from Peru and professional staff with a medical and psychology background.

If you are a member of the Bahamas community and are interested in joining us on this retreat, please let me know and I will forward you additional information. Please also take a moment to visit Soltara's website for additional information on their facility.

Please feel free to contact me directly for any questions you may have


 

Sacred Plant Medicine: Ayahuasca

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FREE Informational Talk on Ayahuasca
w/ Mariah Moyle, Mark Moyle & Alexis Bethel

Studio Ohana, Cable Beach, New Providence
Sunday, July 14th @10:15am - 12:15pm

Join us for a FREE informational talk on Ayahuasca, a psychoactive potion indigenous to the Amazon rainforest. Come and learn about the history of the brew, current usages in the West, and hear first-hand accounts of what to expect when taking it. Bring your questions!

About Ayahuasca

Ayahuasca is a traditional spiritual medicine which has been used by indigenous people of the Amazon for thousands of years in order to connect with deeper states of consciousnesses. 

Traditional Ayahuasca healing ceremonies have recently become more popular among Westerners, leading to an increase in the appearance of Ayahuasca retreats throughout Central and South America, namely Costa Rica, where it's legal. These retreat centers bridge the gap between traditional shamans from deep within the Amazon, and provide first-world amenities to participants. 

Various studies have shown that Ayahuasca has been effective in the treatment of depression and addiction, and as this ancient brew comes more into the mainstream, we may see it become a widespread and accepted form of psychedelic therapy.