Thani Ayahuasca Retreat Center in Peru

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What does thani mean?

Thani is a quechua word that means health, we respect so much our ancestral culture and its language, thats why we have choosen this name for our retreat center. Where

Why choose our retreat center?

In THANI AYAHUASCA RETREAT we use a set of ancestral healing techniques from Andes and amazon of Peru such as ayahuasca ceremonies, san pedro sessions, pachama offering, flowering and cleansing rituals. which they are rescued by our Integrative Medicine center seeking preserve and promote them to the world which seek to help people overcome traumatic illnesses such as depression and anxiety, addiction, routine stress of a changing world, and many other forms of diseases focused in emotional, spiritual realms. By making a life change extreme authenticity it is invaluable.
Our healers shamans are experienced in healings  lessons teached by their parents who come from the Andes and the Amazon region of Peru.
Our Ayahuasca retreat center seeks out the best of the current and traditional medicine looking to support our ancestral ceremonies, we look for ensure during the healing ceremony the welfare and attention of our patients they need the company of specialists like nurses and bilingual coordinators and mainly for our master healer shamans.

We have as a mission to provide quality service with familiarity and fraternity to our patients who needs the ayahuasca and san pedro benefits to heal their illness.

Why come to Cusco?

Cusco is the current electromagnetic center of the world. Cusco, where the Inca empire is settled, since the last century, the magnetic center of the Earth, which has moved to the spiritual energy that for two thousand years was in Tibet. Now the Cusco is the Spiritual Center of the World for two thousand years, which makes Peru a privileged place. And global powerhouse so many spiritual practitioners seek spiritual and wisdom that allows them to continue to helping to  more people

Cusco was the capital of the Incan empire, who had great respect and gratitude to nature represented by the Pachamama, the sun, the Glacieres who in many cases were known as Apus and are those who  provide water in the Andes, also the Incas had knowledge of three spiritual places Hanan Pacha, Kay pacha and Uhu pacha  (heaven, earth and hell). by this cultural wealth, Cusco is an excellent place to promote spiritual activities.

It is in the city of Cusco where many archeological sites one outstanding is Machu Picchu and cultural centers such as museums and churches and mansions with art exhibitions and also living culture represented in traditions customs and dances as well as in clothes that are still used in our region.

The city of Cuzco is considered the oldest living city in America, with an age of about 3,000 years. The natural development of the city was cut short with the arrival of the Spaniards, on 15 November 1533. In 1933 in Argentina, he was declared the city of Cuzco as the “Archaeological Capital of South America”. In 1978, in Italy, he was appointed to Cuzco as “World Cultural Heritage”. On December 9, 1983, UNESCO declared to Cuzco like “Cultural Heritage”. The Peruvian Constitution of 1993 declares to Cuzco like “Historical Capital of Peru”.

Geography Cusco expands by the valley formed by the Huatanay river and the surrounding hills. Its climate is generally dry and mild. It has two distinct seasons: a dry season between April and October, with sunny days, cold nights with frost and average temperature of 13 ° C; and a rainy season from November to March, average temperature 12 ° C. On sunny days the temperature reaches 20 ° C, although the light mountain wind is usually cold.

Cusco is under the macro-climatic influence of large air masses from the south eastern jungle, as the winds of the Peruvian-Bolivian Altiplano are rather cold and dry, like those from Patagonia, entering the south eastern and generally involve larger-scale climate events. On the other hand, the local winds that are generated in the valleys and plains have the function of distributing heat and humidity throughout the day. The annual average temperature fluctuates between 10.3 ° C and 13 ° C (50.54 ° and 52.34 ° Fahrenheit); but these temperatures vary according to the area.

How do I get to Cusco?

to arrive to Cusco you have to make a stop in Lima, capital of Peru. From Lima to Cusco there are connections throughout the day, the flight takes about 1 hour depending on good weather.
Connections from Lima to Cusco fluctuate between 180 and 400 dollars. Some of the airlines are flying to Cusco Lan, Star Peru, Taca Peru Airlines, etc.

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