Group photo post Despacho Ceremony - Peru

You have THREE options. Week 1, Week 2, or BOTH!

Come experience the magic and mystique of Peru, whether it is Machu Picchu, one of the most energetically charged places on earth or in the amazing Amazon Jungle. Immerse yourself in culture, spirit, and the traditional wonders of the Sacred Valley as we weave our way from one end to the other. Enjoy the sublime beauty of the land and be transformed by the sacred medicine of the indigenous tribes of the jungle. Through ceremony and prayer you will journey inward looking deep within for your truth and power.

WEEK 1 - October 11 - 17, 2015

Machu Picchu, the breathtaking Lost City of the Incas, is located on a high, lush saddle tucked away deep in the Peruvian Andes and is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Terraced slopes drop down to the Urubamba River, which gushes around a hairpin bend far below the citadel and reflecting the cosmos high above. Since its re-discovery by Hiram Bingham in 1911, a whole host of theories as to its historical significance have emerged. What is in no doubt is how finely preserved the site is, it was not discovered by the Spanish conquistadors nor disturbed by looters since it was abandoned. A must visit!

Basecamp is at a luxurious eco lodge in Urubamba offering the splendor of Peru at your doorstep. Savor homemade organically grown meals, relax in the gardens, or meditate under the canopy of gardens and connect to ancient Inkan energy and wisdom. You will spend your days exploring the many local treasures, from the ruins and temples, to the markets and ceremonies, an orphanage and school. You will leave feeling high on life and feeling more gratitude than you knew possible.

Sample Schedule:
7am Tea
730 Morning Practice
930 Breakfast
11 Daily Excursion- Hike to ruins Pisaq, Olloytaytambo, Moray, Machu Picchu
5-7pm Evening Yin Practice
7-8 Dinner

Single - $4450.00
Double - $3950.00
Early bird (until June 28): 10% discount
Price includes all rooms, gourmet vegetarian cuisine, all classes, excursions, entry fees, etc.

NOT Included:
Airfare, Extras - tips, snacks, gifts

WEEK 2 - October 18 - 24, 2015

We will travel to Tarapoto for a week of jungle immersion. We will begin and end each day with yoga and/or meditation. You will get a massage, sound healing and much needed free time. We will explore jungle life through treks and swimming in rivers, we will do Ayahuasca Ceremonies with local Shamans and their healing plant medicine. Ayahuasca is a brew of plant infusions prepared with the Banisteriopsis caapi vine. The brew, first described academically in the early 1950s by Harvard ethnobotanist Richard Evans Schultes, who found it employed for divinatory and healing purposes by the native peoples of Amazonian Peru. Do your homework.

Shared Space - $1950.00
All are shared bath
Early bird (until June 28): 10% discount
Price includes all rooms, vegetarian cuisine, all classes, excursions, entry fees, ceremonies, etc

NOT Included:
Airfare, Extras - tips, snacks, gifts

We will stay 1 night in Tarapoto and 5 nights in the Jungle Retreat Center. Pack light.

Fly to Lima and then on to Tarapoto, Peru. We are available to assist you with your itinerary.

For info and a complete itinerary please contact us!
email Ryan Patterson
email Nianna Bray

Register NOW!


  • Dates -
    Week 1
    Oct 11 - 17
    Week 2 Oct 18 - 24
  • Duration: 1 or 2 weeks
  • Location: Cusco & Tarapoto, Peru
  • Airport: Lima -> Cusco -> Tarapoto -> Lima
  • Trekking: Moderate
  • Cost: $1950 - $5900 USD
  • Early Bird Ends: June 28th


  • Machu Picchu
  • Yoga and meditation
  • Exploring Ruins
  • Local Ceremonies
  • Moray
  • Ollantaytambo
  • Coca leaf readings
  • Pisaq Ruins and Market
  • Despacho Ceremony
  • Ayahuasca Ceremonies
  • Jungle life
  • Treks
  • River Tour
  • Optional: Massage, Crystal bed, Acupuncture




Who Knew?

Animals always played an important role in the myths of the Inca, especially the Snake, the Puma and the Condor. They represent the underworld, the world of men and the upper world. These animals are wonderfully processed in and around the Sacred City. The Huayna Picchu has the natural shape of a Puma. The architects built small high terraces on the summit to give the impression that the hair of the puma stands up straight. The eyes are cut out; the mouth and the form of the head have a natural origin. They believed the Puma guarded the Sacred City where the priests and royalty lived.