Myco Meditations

About us

Healing With Psilocybin-Assisted Therapy

Psilocybin is one of the most effective psychedelic therapy methods for the management of conditions such as treatment-resistant depression, various forms of anxiety, PTSD, and addiction.  Psilocybin-assisted therapy can catalyze enormous positive and lasting changes within individuals, as well as help unlock creative and spiritual potential, too.

Modern research is proving what traditional societies always knew, and what we, at MycoMeditations, have been seeing for years: little mushrooms can make big changes!

We have also found that the greatest immediate change is realized through subsequent dosing incorporated into a focused yet flexible psychedelic retreat setting rather than single dose, highly controlled sessions. Our team strives to ensure that conditions are met for you to get the most out of your work with psilocybin.

Our treatment model incorporates traditional knowledge, modern research, and psilocybin-assisted therapeutic practices. This allows participants to integrate and incorporate lasting lessons and insights gained from their psilocybin experience into daily life upon returning home from their psychedelic retreat.

Modern research from leading institutes such as Johns Hopkins University, Imperial College London, New York University, and more continue to demonstrate the tremendous healing capabilities of psilocybin mushrooms with wondrous results. We maintain that our setting, our structure, and our team allows for results just as extraordionary as those achieved in research clinics, if not greater.

Psilocybin mushrooms have a rich shamanic history that we respect deeply. However, we are not a shamanic retreat. Our wellness program contains a psychedelic retreat and is designed to be approachable and effective for contemporary times and for people from all walks of life who are struggling to find a sustainable solution.

Whether you have been struggling for years with crippling depression, anxiety surrounding the diagnosis of a terminal illness, addictive patterns of substance use, the traumas of war, or are in search of creative/mystical insights, we are passionate about helping you heal and grow through the mindful consumption of psilocybin mushrooms.

This was by far the best vacation of my life! Typically I need a vacation to recoup from my vacation. This experience gave me plenty of rest and relaxation while also working on bettering myself. The facilitators that attend are diverse and each bring a unique experience to the table, each helping in different ways but working as a whole to take care of their guests. I hope to guide others to this wonderful experience so all can benefit. Thanks Eric for having this vision and making it a reality! ~ Tim B

Venue Highlights

Psilocybin mushrooms have been called ‘magic’ for many reasons. Their impact on culture has literally spanned human history. From the earliest cave paintings, shamanic traditions to modern religion, these fungi have helped to shape who we are.

The misunderstanding and irresponsible use of psilocybin mushrooms has led to the harsh legal and social restrictions. There are not any innate dangers or risks with the use of mushrooms, In fact, psilocybin mushrooms are non-toxic and have even been found to encourage neurogenesis (the growth of new brain cells). Despite these proven facts, nearly every country on Earth makes these naturally occurring mushrooms expressly illegal to cultivate, collect or consume.

At MycoMeditations, we consider ourselves fortunate to have the opportunity to expose so many new people to the wonders of psilocybin as a therapeutic adjunct, or even as a tool for creative/intellectual exploration.

For us, working with psilocybin mushrooms is a way of life. Much of our identity, worldview, and behaviors are informed by lessons we have learned within the mushroom experience, and integrated into our everyday routines and reflections. The name MycoMeditations implies the directed and intentional use of psilocybin mushrooms – not a specific meditation or yogic practice.

We will ask that you join us for a preparation and integration workshop, both before and after your psilocybin mushrooms experience. You will not be asked to perform any rituals or ‘new age’ practices. While we do occasionally offer additional mindfulness meditation activities, such as sophrology and breathwork, you are not required to participate. We are pleased to share practices and techniques that assist to integrate the experience but participation is up to you.


  • Air Conditioning in Rooms
  • Free Wifi
  • Spa
  • Sauna
  • Pool
  • Free Parking
  • Tour Assistance
  • Coffee/Tea

Menu Types

  • Vegan
  • Vegetarian
  • Pescetarian
  • Includes Meat
  • Gluten Free
  • Dairy Free


The homemade meals we provide might be one of the best things about coming to Jamaica. Breakfast and dinner is prepared daily by Doreen. Fruits are often available on trees in the yard and twice weekly a fruit truck brings fresh fruits for sale. We usually stop at a large open-air market on the way to our center. There are also several local restaurants and markets within walking distance for drinks and snacks. We are happy to accommodate any dietary needs.


Our basic accommodations aren’t fancy but they are comfortable. While you won’t find air-conditioning or hot water in these rooms, there are fans and usually a cool ocean breeze. If you need more, then you will want to check out our upgraded option.

In an effort to support the larger community of Treasure Beach, our comfort accommodations are hosted at a variety of popular guest houses, villas and hotels. All comfort accommodations include A/C, WIFI, and are either beachfront or have access to swimming pool. Most of these guest houses are located no more than a fifteen minute walk from where our psilocybin sessions and workshops are held. In case of inclement weather transportation to and from the center and the guest houses will be provided.

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We believe human beings are innately wise, strong and kind. This wisdom, although not always experienced, is always present. Going on retreat is a beautiful way to reconnect to our basic sanity and health. Our aspiration at Retreat Guru is to inspire people to experience authentic retreats and reconnect with their innate wisdom, strength and kindness.

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