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Shaman Or Facilitator Category: AyahuascaShaman Or Facilitator Tags: ayahuasca, tobacco, ayahuma, bobinsana, ecuador, tena, and napo

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  • Jan Rostlinka is 35 years old natural medicine practitioner of Slavic descent born in Czech republic. For past 10 years, he has been living and practicing the Ayahuasca medicine in Ecuador, Peru and Mexico. Married into a family of a respected kichwa shaman in Napo, Ecuador, Jan is living with his wife and daughter in a small indigenous community on the banks of the river Jatun Yacu.

    Jan studied with 25 shamans of different nationalities and did long-term apprenticeships within indigenous families, including those of Luis Andi Grefa (renowned kichwa yachak from Napo, Ecuador), Mateo Arévalo Maynas (elder shipibo onaya from Ucayalí, Perú) and Emilio Ramirez Sr. (elder shipibo onaya, Ucayalí, Peru). During those apprenticeships, he dieted a significant number of amazonian trees and plants. Jan also studied with San Pedro and Peyote shamans in the Wirikuta desert of Mexico. This proper training and connection to the ancient lineages enabled Jan to lead sacred rituals with expertise, resulting in healing benefit for all participants.

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    Discounts for returning visitors, ceremonies in exchange for work.

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    Experience explained:

    Traditional apprenticeship received from 25 shamans in Peru, Ecuador, Mexico and elsewhere. Six years of experience working with patients.

    Type of medicine: Ayahuasca
    Preparation: Locally grown selected varieties of vines are harvested in a sustainable way and prepared in a traditional way by cooking on fire.
    Medicine content: Ayahuasca (B. caapi) and Chalipanga (D. cabrerana)

    Ceremony

    Maximum number of participants in a ceremony: 12
    Place of ceremony: Ceremonial Ayahuasca temple surrounded by primary forest.
    Do you use any props during the ceremony?: Very traditional: Icaros (Taki), Chacapa (Surupanga), Flute, Floral Water (Ambi Yaku)
    Do you welcome locals?: Yes
    Price range for locals: 1

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    Type of accomodation:
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    Eco-lodge

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