Khungi Retreats

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Description

Khungi Retreats is located in Mexico, and they offer transformational Ayahuasca ceremonies in breathtaking nature. The retreats are four days long, and they include two sessions with plant medicine. Beyond, the place also offers yoga sessions with Tibetan tradition and meditation guidance.

The main founders of the center are German Virguez, and Lupita Castro from Venezuela and Mexico who have a variety of experiences with plant medicine, traditions, and ceremonies. The retreats are limited to a maximum of twenty people. There are also healers and shamans that lead the ceremonies. The ceremonies follow the Shipibo traditions, as well as, they combine techniques that work with mind and body such as dancing, and meditation.

The staff is broad with many people from different backgrounds including artists, scientists, transpersonal psychologists, yoga instructors, musicians, and more.

The accommodations are in little cabins in the beautiful forest. They also provide daily meals including organic, Ayuverdic, and vegetarian food.

The retreat program includes accommodation, meals, somatic therapy, energy-releasing techniques, group hypnosis, meditation, yin yoga, flower baths, Temazcal ceremony.

They also provide group therapy and personal consultations with the therapists and teachers in the center. As well as, integration sessions are possible even after six months of experience.

Treatment for
Wellness, Mental Health, Detox
Additional services
Integration circles, Tibetan yoga, meditation practices, dancing, somatic therapy, energy-releasing techniques, group hypnosis, meditation, yin yoga, flower baths, Temazcal ceremony
Rating (average)
Staff Members
German Virguez and Lupita Castro
Amenities
Kitchen, Towels, Vegan Food, Vegetarian Food, Organic
Address
Camino a Santa Teresa, La Laguna El Pedregal, 51200 Valle de Bravo, Méx.
Country
Mexico
City
Valle de Bravo
ZIP Code
51200
Number of Days
4 Days

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