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February 9 - 12, 2024
San Diego, CA

Plant Sound Immersion Facilitators


Jana Nicol Luz

Ceremony Leader

Spiritual Coach

IG: @jana.nicol.luz



Psychic Medium

Sound Healer

IG: @alignandshinekauai


Ana Maria


Incorporation Medium

Jana Nicol Luz 

Jana has been working within  the healing arts for almost  30 years. She has worked very closely with her mentors over the past 25 years in the lineage of the Santo Daime, Umbandaime and Hawaiian Lomi Lomi. She has been leading in facilitating spiritual works with plant medicine for the past 10 years within her spiritual community of Kauai. Some of her teachers include Madrinha Rita Gregorio de melo (Santo Daime)Madrinha Júlia ( Santo Daime) Mãe Baixinha (Umbanda) Maria Alice (Umbandaime), mother Cedella Marley booker ( mother of Bob Marley/ Rastafari), Aunty Margaret Machado and Nerita Machado ( Hawaiian Lomi Lomi) 


Judea is medium, intuitive energy healer, and sound therapist living on the island of Kauai.  She has been working with and continuously deepening her study of the healing power of sound for nearly 20 years.  Much of her intuitive work is focused around addressing pathways of flow in the soul matrix and helping those who work with her to dispel, transform, move, and integrate energies for deeper healing.  She has had a talent for playing and composing music since childhood, and shares insights and messages from spirit through song.  Her sound journeys create a supportive container for exploring aspects of self with non-judgment, compassion, and clarity, and gently carry one back home to their grounded center, with a new found sense of completion, alignment, wisdom, and wellbeing.  

Ana Maria

Ana has been a clairvoyant, incorporation medium since the age of seven years old.  She is a member of the leadership council of the spiritual center Tenda Espirita Mirim, one of the oldest centers of Umbanda in Brazil.  She has studied Kardecism for over 40 years and has been a fardada of the Santo Daime for 30 years.  She gives classes and workshops about spirituality sharing her rich life-long experience in the traditions of Umbanda and Candomble.   She will also be facilitating Ebo Spiritual Cleansing as an add on for those who would like to receive this potent ritual for clearing all negativity from the physical and spiritual body.  This cleansing strengthens the recipients connection to the divine and removes obstacles opening the pathways to victories, abundance and happiness.

With Special Guests


Rocío Amir 

Breathwork Practitioner

Integration Specialist

IG: @rociosorour

Rocío Amir 

Rocio began her conscious healing journey with plans medicines and mediumship 14 years ago.  Through years of devoted spiritual practice, traveling and intimate work with Amazonian spiritual teachers she has refined her presence in relation to healing.  She is an experienced empathetic and non-judgmental witness for others in their transformational journeys with psychedelics and other healing modalities.  Rocio is a trauma informed Somatic Breathworker.  Through this modality of breath work, she guides and holds potent space for others to release stored trauma which aids greatly on the path of embodiment. 





4:00 PM

Venue opens to guests so they may set up their campsites and get situated before orientation.

7:00 PM

Dinner (We provide nourishing vegetarian meals throughout the retreat, though bringing snacks is encouraged.)

8:00 PM

We will start our journey with an introduction into plant medicines, opening and working with our spiritual guides and plant and flower essences. 


We will open our prayer for our own personal and collective healing and healing the bonds as women, sisters, daughters, friends, and allies on our spiritual journey.

The evening is open to relax and rest up for the sunrise work the following day.




5:00 AM

We will open our ceremony as the sun rises, invoking the cleansing power of water. Embracing the force of mother Iemanja, the queen of the sea. We call this work the work of Madrugada - sunrise ceremony. 

11:00 AM


3:30 PM

Sound Bath with Judea

6:00 PM


The rest of the evening is open to relax and rest up for the next days ceremony.



12:00 PM

Ceremony begins. "Immersion Work"  We will be singing some songs and invocations of the elder women of the Santo Daime, Umbanda and other traditions. We will also be Opening ourselves to receive from others and healing and song and other gifts.


6:00 PM


The evening will be open for relaxation & connection.  If you live in the area you are welcome to go home this evening.  


Integration Day.  TBA


Saturday and Sundays rituals will be with sacred plant medicines, Santo Daime (ayahuasca), Sananga and Rapè however sometimes during the weekend we will explore working with them homeopathically so we can better tune in to our own sensitivities and recieve messages from our spiritual guides and each other. 


This is not the traditional way that we usually work in our lineage.  However, we are working with tradition as a foundation in order for us to explore in a more relaxed manner the spaces in our self which need nurturance and healing.


Cost to attend:  $1222

(Limited Spacing ~ Accommodations Included)


If you want to be put on a waiting list in the event that a seat opens up, please send a request to


There is a non-refundable $222 deposit at registration.  If this is your first time attending a retreat with us, you will need to fill out a health questionnaire and go through an interview process before you are officially approved to attend.  Once you are cleared to participate, you will receive an email outlining the specifics of times and locations of the retreat.  If you are not able to attend you will receive a full refund.  

After approval there is a "Pay In Full" option for the remaining $1000 balance, or "Payment Plan" option for an additional processing fee. 4 payments $275 scheduled on October 1st, November 1st, December 1st, and January 1st.  Those who sign up after payment plan dues will need to catch up with the payment schedule.

There is a FIRM non-refundable deposit clause, so please read it carefully when applying.

Women are encouraged to wear all white or light colored clothing for the ceremony days (Saturday & Sunday). You'll need to bring a water bottle, snacks, mat, blanket, cushion, pillow, or anything that will provide comfort for you as you will be on the ground during the ceremonies. A more detailed list of recommended supplies to bring will be given to you after registration.

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