About us

Our vision is to honor the connection with Pachamama (Mother Earth), respecting and taking care of her as a unique family of brothers and sisters.

To share the legacy of our ancestral medicines with the responsible seekers who contact us.

To honor the ancestral ceremony of Ayahuasca as a sacred plant that connects us with our master inner teacher and opens the door to a profound healing of the soul.

Diego Palma

Diego Palma

To share and respect the Andean and jungle traditions of our ancestors. Research the synergy of shamanic traditional and contemporary use of Ayahuasca honoring its ritual context.

The Ayahuasca-Wasi team is comprised of people committed to this medicine, and who are experienced in the use of Ayahuasca and facilitating healing in others. Some of us have more than ten years of experience, learning from curanderos (healers) and from the teacher plants of the jungle.

Milagros Casaverde

Ayahuasca-Wasi retreats have taken place since the year 2000 sharing this medicine with many brothers and sisters coming from all over the world.

The greatest gift we receive is to be witnesses of the awakening and healing process of each person attending the retreat. We recognize at the end of the retreat how the Ayahuasca joins us and makes us brothers and sisters, sincere seekers of the truth.

Ayllu Masikunapa!!

In quechua language (the language spoken in the Andes tradition), “Ayllu masikunapa” means “we are all family”, and represents the extended family of Ayahuasca-Wasi.


Mama KiaImagine all the people
living life in peace…


Leif & Sheily…and there’s no
other way,
all are one is
the essence of living.


Jarah and ShimshaiAncient voices
sing forever
guide me on my way.


Give us one big heart
huge enough to love.


Break down the wallsArmando, Diego y Jean
of illusion and fear,
seek for the truth
and the truth shall appear.

Jean and Claire

“If you want other
to be happy,
practice compassion.
If you want to be happy,
practice compassion.”
– The Dalai Lama –


Antonio, Diego y Satyen“If you want to know the past,
look who you are.
If you want to know the future,
look what you are doing.”
– The Buddha –

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