The main purpose of these ceremonies is to further develop a deeper and more conscious relationship with the divine spirit, and to look for better and healthier ways to live and relate to self, family, and community. Therefore, it’s essential that you bring your own purposeful intent. We'll gather in groups of about 20-25 participants for each ceremony. Dates fill quickly. If the date you're interested in fills up, please visit our website at www.aya.guide to see if there are additional ceremony dates that may work for you.
You may sign up for one night, two nights, or all three nights! Some people describe how attending two or three nights of ceremonies together has the added benefit of expanding their experience for each subsequent evening; so, even if you're new to the medicina, please feel free to sign up for two or more nights for a given weekend (if available on the schedule). If you are attending two or more nights with us, please note that you will need to arrange lodging for yourself between the ceremonies in order to sleep during the daytime--so you are properly rested and prepared for the next evening's ceremony.
There are a few things to keep in mind before signing up: If you have a heart condition or chronic high-blood pressure, you cannot participate in ceremony. Certain drugs, herbs, and medications have also been found to be incompatible with ayahuasca. We've found Ayahuasca Forums a helpful site to review for interaction safety guidelines. If you've been on anti-depressants recently, you'll need to have been off of them for 8 weeks before participating in ceremony. Anti-hypertensive medications must also be completely out of your system in order to safely participate in ceremony. We advise that you give your system sufficient time for the removal of any incompatible substances from your body before attending ceremony. Major health conditions may require special attention, so please feel free to contact us by phone or email if you have any questions or concerns in this regard.
Once you have provided your donation for ceremony and reserved your seats here, you will be provided with a link that will take you to the AYA Health Form and Questionnaire in order to continue the registration process. Each ceremony participant will need to fill out their own health form and questionnaire. The health form, once submitted, will roll right into the questionnaire--and both forms need to be filled out and submitted to us in order to complete the registration process and maintain your reservation with us.
No news is good news! Once you have submitted your AYA Health Form and Questionnaire, your registration will be considered complete and you won't hear back from us until closer to your ceremony weekend (unless we need more information from you or need to check in with you about something that you reported to us). Leading up to your ceremony weekend, we will send out a packing list with additional information so you will know what to bring with you. An email containing the ceremony location and any applicable driving directions will be sent approximately two or three days prior to your ceremony weekend.
Ceremony Preparation: In seeking help, guidance, healing, and learning, it is important for you to establish a clear intention and purpose for attending ceremony. It’s important to be in the best possible disposition for the event. There are some basic dietary restrictions and other guidelines to adhere to at least five days prior to the event. A link to our AYA Ceremony Preparation Guidelines document is provided to help prepare yourself for ceremony.
To start the registration process, simply provide your information below and click Next.