Welcome Brothers & Sisters, To The Healing House

A safe space to embrace sacred teachings & healing experiences. Allowing us to re-connect deeply with mind, body & soul.

  • Ayahuasca

    Ayahuasca is a sacred brew that has a long history of ritual use among indigenous groups of the Upper Amazon. It is made from the stem of the ayahuasca vine (Banisteriopsis caapi, or in Quechua, “the vine of the ancestors”) and the leaves of either the chacruna (Psychotria viridis) or chagropanga (Diplopterys cabrerana).

    Ayahuasca is associated with healing in collective ceremonies and in more intimate contexts, generally under the direction of specialists - Medicine Men, commonly known as 'Shaman'.

  • Mushrooms

    Psilocybin mushrooms have been used for hundreds, likely thousands of years, in healing ceremonies & journeys. With at least 116 psilocybin active species known to date, their widespread occurrence and long history of use by numerous cultures have set the stage for modern medicine to measure its therapeutic benefits. Currently, more than 65 universities in North America and Europe have been approved for clinical studies ranging from treating depression and Alzheimer’s to addiction. Psilocybin has clearly risen to the forefront of medical research.

  • Hapé

    Hapé is a very sacred shamanic medicine, made by indigenous tribes of South America, primarily found in Brazil and Peru. Hape' is pronounced 'haa-pay' in English. Indigenous Hape' is a rare medicine to come by and very sacred to the tribes of South America.

    Hapé is the preparation of powdered medicinal herbs, often with a tobacco base. Hapé is typically made with mapacho and elicits a feeling of alertness and elevation with profound healing effects.

  • Sound Healing

    It may be considered new age wellness but the use of sacred sounds for healing dates back to ancient civilizations worldwide. From chanting and mantra in Eastern cultures to the shamanic songs of the Amazon Rain Forest, the effects of sound have been used to balance the mind, calm emotional disturbances, and heal even on the body on a cellular level. 

    The earliest known culture to use sound healing was the Aboriginal people of Australia who play thedidgeridooto heal broken bones, muscle tears, and other illnesses.

  • Energetic Alchemy

    Energetic Alchemy brings ritual to life, honouring the elements and cycles, rediscovering the connection between soul and soil, weaving ancient and modern practices, plant and energy medicine.

    This practice is said to enable you to connect more authentically with your true calling (purpose) and develop your unique gifts.

    This practice works with the elements, plants, sound, breath and movement in the alchemical processes.

  • Feminine Circles

    In the last centuries, society has glorified the traits of the yang masculine energy like ambition, logic, competition, and accomplishment. And while the universe needs the masculine, it also calls for the yin feminine to rise up and maintain balance.

    The women’s circle is a chance to tap into the divine feminine. Reawakening connection to intuition, imagination, and the ability to flow with the rhythms of life. As we reconnect with that divine feminine through sisterhood support, we can better express that wisdom within their relationships, families, and communities.

  • Masculine Circles

    It seems evident that deep respect and harmony between the masculine and feminine principles of existence is necessary for the well-being of individuals and the World as a whole. We recognise that our spiritual heritages offer much guidance as to how we might authentically manifest these principles, yet we recognise that cultural and socially mandated “norms” concerning gender can often hinder genuine self-discovery and expression.

    We trust that human beings can be free to discover and determine for themselves how to manifest and express the Divine Feminine and Masculine, and that what might generally be described as masculine can be within the realm of the feminine and vice versa.

    Our Masculine circles create a safe and tolerant space to share, express, experience and support our daily lives and our spiritual journey on a path to becoming fully evolved, conscious Human-beings.

  • Yoga

    In the western part of the world, if you mention the word “Yoga,” people think of impossible physical postures & studios. This is a very limited view & distorted idea of what 'Yoga' means.

    What Yoga is a mechanism and a technology to evolve us to that state of experience where you see reality just the way it is.

    The ancient wisdom tradition of yoga offers practices that unite the mind, body, and spirit, allowing us to experience deep emotional wellbeing and restful awareness.

    When your physical, intellectual, and spiritual selves are working in union, our life becomes more balanced and we become more flexible – both physically and emotionally.

  • Meditation

    ‘The greatest gift in the world is to know how to belong to oneself.’

    Never is this truer in our current, fast-paced society.

    With so many demands on our time and minds, it takes conscious effort to take a moment and allow ourselves the time we need to explore who we truly are.

    The word meditation stems from meditatum, a Latin term that means ‘to ponder.’ Through the practice of meditation, we can seek to create a more balanced connection between our mind, body & spirit, in the everyday moments that we often let pass us by also harnessing a stronger awareness for how our emotions influence our behaviour.

    You may already have a meditation practice that works for you, or you may be new to the concept and looking to build your knowledge and understanding of how meditation can bring value to your daily life.

    Wherever you are on your journey, Meditation is a gateway to explore the world within.


What are psychedelics?

Ayahuasca is a sacred Amazonian medicine plant that offers deep inner healing and self-realization to all Human Beings who have been called on this journey. The Ayahuasca drink itself is composed of two plants: Banisteriopsis Caapi (the ayahuasca vine) and Psychotria Viridis or Chagropanga. These plants work together in a synergistic way to open Human Beings to new perspectives of self and life on this planet. Ayahuasca is often referred to as “the mother” because the essence is nurturing, loving, and caring like that of a mother. It is herein where the “healing” properties are found—revealing hidden realms of the subconscious while providing a universal love to accept everything they revealed.

More information: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dBWRnzPddYA

Are psychedelics safe?

Hundreds of plant medicine ceremonies are performed around the world each day. In mostly all of those ceremonies guided by Shaman, healers or professionals the group are safe and well cared after.

Closer to home plant medicines such as Psilocybin are now being clinically tested as a prevention & cure for mental illness such as depression (link to FDA trials below).

The main thing before participating in a ceremony is to discuss your current health status and which, if any, medication you are taking. This information will allow the Shaman to guide you on your healing experience.

Some medications can interact with your plant medicine journey, we ask you disclose as much health information as possible.

U.S Stage 2 Clinical Trials: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT05029466

What is an Ayahuasca shaman and why are they necessary?

Shamanism is a spiritual practice found in cultures around the world from ancient times up to the present day. First and foremost, shamans' practices are practical and adaptable. These practices coexist over millennia with varying cultures, systems of government, and organized religious practices. 

Many formalized religions, from Buddhism to Christianity, came from ancient shamanic roots and still bear the shamanic threads of deep connection to the divine in all things. But shamanism itself is not a formalized system of beliefs or an ideology. Rather, it is a group of activities and experiences shared by shamans in cultures around the world. These practices are adaptable and coexist with different culture.

Just as in ancient times, contemporary people consult with modern day shamanic practitioners for practical and pragmatic solutions to problems in everyday life-from personal illness, professional challenges, or family discord to ancestral issues.

Shamans work in voluntary, ecstatic trance states, which alter their consciousness to travel to the realms of the invisible worlds. Their ability to gain information and make changes in the invisible realms is dependent upon the working relationships they develop with spirits there. In this sense, shamanism is a relationship-based practice of making changes in invisible realms to impact healing, of individuals or communities, in the realm of ordinary reality.

For some peoples, such shamanic practice is part of their dominant culture, for others it is directly contradictory. Some individuals are intuitively guided to seek help from a contemporary shaman, often when other options have been exhausted, without even understanding what a shaman is or how they work.

Are psychedelics legal in UK?

For many years Countries, States & Cities around the world have legalised not only the medicinal use of psychedelics but also the recreational use.

In the UK Psilocybin is currently included in Schedule 1 of the Misuse of Drugs Act, along with drugs like ecstasy and LSD. This means it cannot be lawfully possessed or prescribed.

All substances offered at any of our healing experiences are not prescribed or sold to you. We simply offer these naturally grown medicines freely and the individual can use their own free-will.