HOW TO BOOK YOUR PLACE ?
Carefully read all information provided in this LINK.
Set a date and time for an INTERVIEW with NAYSHA.
Every participant has to pass through this important process where Naysha will ask you a few questions regarding your medical conditions, intentions and such. You will also have time to ask her the questions you need to be answered.
If after reading all this information you want to join the ceremony:
CONTACT NAYSHA IN HER WHATSAPP ACCOUNT:
for the INTERVIEW
AFTER THE INTERVIEW AND WHEN YOU HAVE BEEN ACCEPTED, NAYSHA WILL SEND YOU AN EMAIL WITH A BOOKING FORM .
FILL OUT THE BOOKING FORM, FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS THAT THE BOOKING FORM CONTAINS
WAIT TO RECEIVE A DOCUMENT WITH MORE INFORMATION TO HELP YOURSELF FOR A BETTER PREPARATION FOR THIS EVENT
NAYSHA IT WILL BE AVAILABLE TO ANSWER ALL YOUR QUESTIONS AFTER YOUR BOOKING, WHEN POSSIBLE
WHAT TO BRING?
Once you have booked and paid for your place, you will receive a preparation brochure which will give you a full list of things to bring for your specific retreat. Some of the usual things you will need to bring are: a bath towel, yoga mat, sleeping bag, a small pillow to use during the ceremony, 1 litre bottle for water, pen & paper, small flashlight.
Would you like to take part in an Ayahuasca ceremony, San Pedro ceremony or Kambo and you can't afford it or can't travel? Or maybe you would like to help out or assist at a ceremony… then… Become our host!
What does it mean to be a host? That you help us to find an appropriate venue to arrange a retreat in your country. Help with preparation before, during and after the event. From leasing with the property owner to help to buying materials and preparing ahead of the retreat. To help cooking and cleaning at the retreat and to help organising transportation and logistics for participants. It’s your chance to become one of the team at Taita Inti and also have the opportunity to part take in the ceremonies all at the same time!
What will you get from that?
For your valued effort, we offer you free participation in our event. You will be able to participate in the Ayahuasca, San Pedro ceremonies and to experience Kambo also. What costs will Taita Inti pay for? Taita Inti will cover the payments for rent, food and other disbursements that may be necessary. We take care of the publicity and help to gather people for the retreat.
For more information and to receive a host’s pack…
Frequently Asked Questions
We have compiled a list of frequently asked questions here to help you more, please read the below and hopefully, any further questions you have will be answered. But if you do have more questions, please get in contact with us by email to: email@example.com
Can I fly out / go home the same day the retreat ends?
The retreats usually end approx. 11am. We would recommend that you make plans to go home 1pm ish just in case the morning events take longer.
Can I bring my dog/pet to keep me company?
We are afraid this is not possible, many of our venues do not allow animals, and we also
have to consider other participants and their needs. Also, the retreat is based on you and it is important to remember that.
What are the sizes of the groups?
We concentrate on smaller groups of people so you get more out of the ceremonies and our time, we usually have no more than 10-12 people in each group and there are usually at least 3 facilitators working with each group.
Can I stay at the venue after the retreat?
Unfortunately, we usually hire the venues in which we have ceremonies and venues usually run on a strict time policy, which means we have to give the venue back the same day.
Where will I meet you?
When will I receive details of where to meet? We will notify you by email about the closest train station or airport at the time of booking. 1 week before the retreat we will contact you by email and confirm meeting point details for you.
Do you have internet or Wi-Fi?
Some of our venues do have Wi-Fi but not all, so please check with us about your specific retreat and we will confirm.
Can I check email or receive phone calls or text messages?
Please only do so to let loved ones know that you are safe. Distractions in whatever form will not help you while you work with the medicine. Please note there is a strict policy of no mobile phones within the ceremony room whilst the ceremony is in progress, it is a distraction to you and to others and it is a breach of privacy
Is it a good idea to come to your retreat as a couple?
This really depends on what kind of relationship you have. If you have been together for a long time, have a solid relationship, and have already worked through most of your issues together then coming on the retreat together could be a good thing and could even help deepen your relationship further. However, if your relationship is in any way volatile then we don’t recommend coming together.
-LOVE AND GRATITUDE-