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 WELCOME TO
AMAZON VIBEZ IN
JAMAICA


 

Master Plant Healing Retreat

9 DAYS | 8 NIGHTS
June 5-13, 2024
 
$3,333
 
(flight not included)

Vibez Master Plant Healing Retreat

Vibez Master Plant Healing Retreat

Image by Stéfano Girardelli

A BIT ABOUT VIBEZ INTERNATIONAL

Vibez hosted its first healing retreat in Jamaica in 2005, and we have been facilitating healing experiences in our community for over two decades. Each medicine retreat is a unique expression of our devotion, to being in service while staying true to our Shipibo medicine teachings of healing others.

 

We connect people to their innate power to heal themselves through the spirit of sacred master plant medicines.  Our goal is to foster an understanding and appreciation of the natural world and its potential to heal our community on a profound level. Our team of master plant healers and educators creates a supportive and vibrant support system, helping our guests to explore and deepen their connection to the healing power that lies within. We are guides. Whether it’s through workshops, retreats, or individual sessions, we’re here to help you heal and replant your spirit.

A Bit About Vibez

REPLANT YOUR SPIRIT


Grandmother Vine | Ayahuasca |La Medicina

Grandmother Vine is a powerful psychoactive plant medicine that has been used for centuries, by indigenous shamans and communities in the upper Amazon rainforest for healing, diagnosis, and divinatory purposes. Today it is used as medicine itself, a plant ally for healers, and as a diagnostic tool. 

The psychoactive properties of Grandmother Vine mixed with other master plants are believed to activate a naturally occurring chemical in a person’s pineal gland, often considered the third eye portal (Ajna chakra) amongst Indigenous healers. Many healers and shamanic practitioners believe this leads to the vision quests that ensue after ingesting the brewed version of the medicine, and why participating in ceremony is a way to connect deeper allowing individuals to gain new insights, release blockages, and reconnect with their true essence.  A good way to think about this is to imagine that the medicine is a cave and the additional plants are like the beam of a torch illuminating the cave.

Ayahuasca is a powerhouse. It protects brain cells and stimulates neural cell growth. It boosts mood, improves mindfulness, and treats depression and addiction disorders. It facilitates a connection with the spirit world, providing access to spiritual guidance, wisdom, and healing.

What is Ayahuasca?

RETREAT DETAILS

Our Ayahuasca retreat offers an immersion in traditional Shipibo plant spirit healing complemented with yoga classes, clean eating, powerful methods of inquiry, and unique practices specifically designed to support you as you integrate your healing work, empowering you to take full responsibility for and agency over your life. The alchemy of these systems offers an opportunity for powerful healing that reaches into the roots of trauma and provides highly effective integration guidance to bring profound and lasting transformation. 

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INCLUDED

1 pre-retreat group Zoom call, 1 follow-up group integration Zoom call + 1 one-on-one integration phone conversation.

Transportation:

  • Airport transfers to and from Montego Bay Airport (Airfare not included.)

  • Excursions

Lodging:

  • Shared rooms (private rooms are available upon request for an added fee).

Meals:

  • Fresh organic Ital meals prepared by private chefs with daily fruits, natural juices, bush teas and water. Keeping in line with Shipibo traditions, during ceremony nights, no dinner will be served.

Medicine Work:

  • 3 Shipibo-style Peruvian Grandmother ceremonies.

  • Sharing Circles: Begin the integration process. Circles will be held the mornings after the ceremonies.

  • Flower baths

  •  Energy clearings

  • Purgatives

  • Dietas with Noya Roa, Bobinsana, Chiric Sanango, Huaya Caspi

  • Agua de Florida and Abuelo Mapacho tobacco workshops.

Mindfulness:

  • Wim Hof Breathwork

  • Daily Yoga

  • Guided Meditation

Workshops:

  • Rastafari Nyabinghi Drumming, Chanting, and Reasoning

  • Intro to Paida Lajin

Excursions:

  • Roaring River, Blue Mineral Springs & Cave Tour

  • Treasure Beach

  • Breadnut Valley River Day Trip & Sippin' Live Lunch

  • & More

OPTIONAL

Massage

Reiki 

Sound therapy

Breathwork 

Detoxification Support 

Paida Lajin Personal Session 

Shipibo Visionary Artwork

Crocodile Safari

WHAT TO BRING

Headlamp with red function

Natural bug repellent

Free-flowing natural fabric clothing

Beach towel

Rain poncho

Journal

Yoga mat

Swimsuit

Portable fan (USB or battery)

Water shoes 

Community Retreat Memories

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Mango ice cream yum!
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Our Beautiful Oceanfront Retreat Location
Black River, St. Elizabeth, Jamaica