Ayahuasca ceremonies

Ayahuasca Night Ceremony

Shamanic Market Travel Agency offers ayahuasca ceremonies led by indigenous shamans with years of experience who act as conduits for the plant spirits.
The ayahuasca center provides a safe and comfortable environment in which to work with the medicine in the traditional manner.
Ayahuasca, also know as ‘vine of the soul’ reveals the content of one’s conscious and subconscious reality, ideas, ideologies and beliefs, increasing the level of creativity, intelligence, wellness and balance, a journey into the shadows of the soul.
Ayahuasca opens portals to the spirit world of initiatory visions bringing on a “spiritual awakening” creating a profound experience of oneness.
The Maestro orchestrates the ceremony through powerful prayer, icaros (medicine songs) and energetic work.
The purge on Ayahuasca represents the release of negative energies and a cleansing of the body, mind and spirit. Ayahuasca the Master teacher reveals itself differently to everyone. The Quechua words “Aya” translates to the dead, while “Huasca” translates to vine or rope. That is to say, the “Rope of the Dead” or the Vine of the Dead. Drinking Ayahuasca can be a profound, life-changing experience which will open your mind to the limitless possibilities of consciousness.


Meet up at 6pm, introduction to medicine, partaking in drinking the medicine, guided journey with shaman and Icaros, option for second serving, midnight sleep in temple or accomodation if requested.

Preparaciones for the journey.

Most of our bodies are cluttered with all kinds of stimulating, sensational foods from our modern diets — foods filled with salt, sugar, and caffeine. To open yourself up to receive the messages of Madre Ayahuasca, you need to first clear yourself of these toxins. Clearing yourself of toxins also gives you a jumpstart in the ayahuasca experience, when you clear those toxins ahead of time, it’s easier for ayahuasca to work in your body because there’s less “static” to cut through.

Foods to Avoid

In addition to foods high in tyramine, you should avoid: Salt, Refined sugar, Spicy foods, Dairy, Oils and Caffeine.


Prescription Drugs: Antidepressants like SSRIs, MAO-inhibitors, Sleep medications, Barbiturates, Alpha- and beta-blockers. These include cocaine, amphetamines, opiates, marijuana, MDMA, LSD and psilocybin.

Sex: Strongly recommend that you avoid sexual activity, including masturbation, two weeks before ceremony to reservoir your energy.

When you prepare yourself in these ways for  ayahuasca ceremony, you ready your body and mind to be in the best possible position to receive the teachings of ayahuasca.


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