3: Ayahuasca Retreats, Training Ceremonial Healers, and Re-evaluating Trauma with Carlos Tanner.
Plants Saved My Life
On this episode of Plants Saved My Life, we are joined by Carlos Tanner, founder of the Ayahuasca Foundation. The Ayahuasca Foundation hosts healing retreats and trains curanderos in the art of Ayahuasca ceremonies in Peru. Join us as he shares his life-threatening experience that leads him down the shamanistic path of plant medicine.
Carlos Tanner has been studying the science of ayahuasca and plant medicine in the Amazon Rainforest since 2003. He currently works as the director of the Ayahuasca Foundation, a non-profit organization he began in 2009 in Iquitos, Peru. He organizes healing retreats and educational courses led by indigenous healers, called curanderos, to help people in need of healing anything from depression to cancer or who are interested in learning the ancestral healing traditions of the Amazon.
Further reading here:
- Ayahuasca Foundation Retreat Center in Peru
- Check out the Ayahuasca Foundation on Youtube!
- Follow the Ayahuasca Foundation on Instagram!
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