Ayahuasca Ceremony in La Paz to Close the Month of Pachamama
August is the month where both Pachamama (Mother Earth) and indigenous traditions in Bolivia are celebrated. Join us in a ceremony of gratitude dedicated to pay respects to Pachamama. Let us connect back to our roots, remember where we came from and how to hold on to this connection. Aho.
"Es tiempo ya, ya es hora."
- Participation in one ayahuasca ceremony done in indigenous style under the watchful eye of our maestro
- Participation in one tobacco ceremony in preparation for the master medicine
- Light food the morning after our ceremony
- Mattress, blankets and anything else you may need to stay comfortable during the ceremonies
- One-on-one private consultations with our shaman
Venue HighlightsCasa de Pawua is a medicinal plant and healing center in the Bolivian Amazon. We're a team of healers, artists and nature enthusiasts from all walks of life brought together by the master medicine Ayahuasca. We hold Ayahuasca and tobacco ceremonies in traditional indigenous style as per our maestro's background.
We pride ourselves in the fact that we manage all aspects of cooking the medicine. From venturing far out into the jungle to find the most powerful plants to preparing and cooking it. There are no shortcuts.
We are a school and we ourselves are constantly learning. Through plant diets, our team is constantly getting a deeper understanding about curanderismo and the practices that come with, which include learning new and creating our very own medicine songs.
ScheduleWe will meet either the day of or a few days before depending on if you're interested in staying at our accommodation dieting in preparation for the ceremony. As exact date is yet to be determined, please send us a message if you would like to participate and we will give you more information closer to the end of the month.
- Dairy Free
- Nut Free
Menu/CuisineOur master plant diets, usually a minimum of eight days, consists of very strict eating restrictions (no dairy, no oil, no salt, no sugar, no spices, no fruit etc.) where the patient stays at our location in solitude and with minimal distractions. Our team will prepare the food each day as part of the diet includes a "dieta de fuego" where you cannot be close to fire.
Typically, the diet consists of oatmeal, boiled vegetables and eggs with rice, quinoa, yuca or pasta. No condiments are used. Occasionally, we will serve one type of fish, the Pahua, which is the only one allowed in the diet as it is a toothless fish.
Three times each day, the patient will drink her medicine and, depending on which plant it is, this may be combined with rapé as well.
The diet starts with a Tobacco Ceremony and depending on the length of it, it will include at least one Ayahuasca ceremony.
Throughout the diet, the patient is urged to spend as much time as possible in solitude, walking in the jungle and meditating. If done right, plant diets are very powerful tools that can lead to transformative experiences as well as to heal and prevent illnesses.