• $825.00 – Donation Amount

Date & Time Details: July 26-28, 2024 Registration is between 3pm and 6pm on Friday and the weekend ends by 10am Sunday.

Location: Pachamama Sanctuary

Address: Maine, ME, USA

Contact: Pachamama Sanctuary

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Sacred Ayahuasca Retreat with Arkawa in Maine

With JC Arkawa

July 26 - 28, 2024

The summer is here, and it is time to commune with Grandmother Ayahuasca outdoors, where we can connect directly with Pachamama, Mother Earth, during ceremony. At this very special retreat, both ceremonies will be held outside.   This is sure to be a truly special engagement!


Join us for a transformative experience at our Sacred Ayahuasca Retreat outside Portland, Maine.  The exact location will be provided one week prior. If you would like more clarity please call us and we will share details. Our Medicine Carrier, Arkawa, will guide you through a transformative 3 day, 2 night weekend which includes 2 ceremonies, all meals, accommodations, and activities, so you can focus on your inner journey.  

To support your continued growth and integration, we offer indefinite online integration sessions at no extra cost. You’ll receive all the details after the retreat and can participate in the sessions whenever you feel called.

We’re honored to provide a safe, nurturing, and respectful space for you to do this important inner work, and we’re grateful that your journey has led you to our Sanctuary.

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Thank you for your generosity, and we send blessings to you on your journey.

Pachamama Sanctuary 


JC Arkawa
Juan Carlos Arkawa has worked with Ayahuasca for 22 years. He trained in Colombia and serves the sacrament with the highest respect and honor. JC is a multi-instrumentalist musician, producer, composer and arranger of indigenous Colombian descent from the town of Los Pastos. With more than 30 years of musical experience, he bases his work on the fusion of instruments and ethnic music from different parts of the world, as well as cultural knowledge from diverse ancestral communities and contemporary technology. He is a self-taught performer on more than 100 wind instruments from around the world. In 2014 he was…
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