In August of 2012, I was desperate for help and decided to take the Ayahuasca leap of of faith with my teenage daughter. I found The Way Inn through a friend that practices holistic healing. Words cannot express how the experience changed us both. Ayahuasca is powerful ancient plant medicine that needs to be shared in a ceremonial, responsible, knowledgable setting. The Way Inn provides just that. We were both in a fragile state at the time and received extraordinary care throughout our stay. The stunning surroundings, all of the staff, and their commitment to the healing work resulted in an extraordinary shift of consciousness for both of us. My daughter will soon be off to college; a happy, healthy young adult. I credit The Way Inn and loving Mother Ayahuasca.
I returned to a retreat in September of 2013, feeling like I cannot stay away from this new family for too long.
Keep in mind that the retreat work is challenging. Working with plant medicine is powerful, but if you arrive with openness and commitment to change, The Way Inn will provide you with the rest.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Way Inn is an Ayahuasca-based holistic healing and research centre located high in the Peruvian Andes, offering ten-day retreats, Shamanic Dietas, Organ Cleanses, Work Exchanges, and Apprenticeships. It was founded in 2002 by Alex Good, an Englishman with nine years of experience working and studying with the master plants Ayahuasca and San Pedro in Peru. With a highly experienced healing team comprised of both native Peruvian Shamans and western practitioners, the centre's primary purpose is to deliver the profound healing potential of South American Shamanism in a way that is accessible to those who arguably need it most - people from so-called 'developed' Western societies. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Way Hotel Huaraz