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Preparing for Liberate



Congratulations on making this commitment to yourself. We look forward to sharing this magical journey with you and ask that you review the below important preparation information, terms and conditions, and submit the agreement and waiver at the end. Please contact one of us if you have questions or need assistance.


Below is a general itinerary that is subject to change:


Thursday: 6pm Dinner + Welcome Bonfire


Friday: Kambo Ceremony


Saturday: San Pedro/Huachuma Journey


Sunday: Integrative Activities + Changa DMT


Monday: Cacao + Ecstatic Dance + Temazcal


Tuesday: Share Circle + Breakfast.  12pm Departure


Plan to arrive between 4-6pm to settle in before we begin. Dinner will be served at 6pm followed by a bonfire welcome where we will discuss important information and prepare you for the next day. If you plan to fly out on the last day, please schedule your departure flight after 4pm to allow travel time to the airport. We are available to assist with your travel arrangements.


When you commit to actively participating in your personal growth, you invite your higher self in to assist in creating experiences that align with your growth. Preparing your mind and body is an integral part of this journey, allowing the medicine to go deeper during Liberate. Your intentions are the vehicle through which you actively participate in channeling the energy that comes through during our time together. Speaking and writing your intentions allow a more concrete roadmap for your manifestations.


Below are our recommendations that you can begin now to assist you in preparing for our upcoming journey together:



  • Breath work

  • Journaling

  • Yoga & stretching

  • Meditation and time in nature

  • Drink more water for hydration

  • Fresh organic juices, fruits, and vegetable soups

  • Whole foods high in vitamins and minerals

  • Inspirational documentaries and films

  • Relaxing instrumental music (such as binaural beats and the sounds of nature)


  • Cut out alcohol consumption & recreational drugs

  • Cut out anti-depressants or any type of SSRI drugs

  • Cut out spicy foods 

  • Cut out foods containing gluten 

  • Reduce salt and sugar intake



  • Caffeine

  • Processed and fried foods

  • Foods high in sugar (such as boxed and canned items)

  • Heavy meats (such as beef and pork)

  • Prescription drugs (at least 3 days prior)

  • Toxic consumption (thoughts, relationships, music, television, etc.)​


It's important to remember that preparation is not about being perfect. You are preparing your body and your mind for a period of learning, transformation, and healing. The optimal condition to receive what we need from these ceremonies is to have a clean, pure vessel (body/mind) as undistracted as possible. Many of the things we put into our bodies and the people & places we surround ourselves with can create a lot of “noise” internally, distracting and obstructing our ability to be truly present, aware, and grounded. “Quieting” the system (body/mind) as much as possible helps create much-needed internal space in ceremony. You know your body/mind best. In the weeks before our time together, pay attention to what is happening inside. Do your best to be aware of what you are using as distractions, what is not serving you, and what is nurturing you.

Kambo will be the first medicine we will work with. 

The spirit of Kambo contains an intelligence that is beyond our human comprehension. We have noticed that those who connect with the spirit of the frog oftentimes experience shifts before we come together in ceremony. This could simply look like closing your eyes, visualizing the frog, sharing your intentions, and asking specific questions or inviting the spirit to share with you what you are ready to receive.

We invite you to use these images and video to connect with the spirit of Kambo:



The frog itself is a bright green color and correlates to the heart chakra making it a powerful medicine for issues surrounding the heart such as self-love, trust, forgiveness, reconciling relations, and deeper and more intimate connections with self and others.​



  1. Passport

  2. Journal & pen

  3. Reusable water bottle

  4. Comfortable, tropical weather and loose-layered clothing (cotton and linen are recommended for Tulum's humidity)

  5. Bathing suit(s)

  6. Suntan lotion

  7. Mosquito spray

  8. Sacred items you wish to have blessed at the altar (ex. photos of ancestors, crystals, etc.)


We highly recommend that you arrive at least a day in advance to avoid any flight delays or cancellations.


If flying in at least a day in advance:

You will fly into Mexico City Airport (MEX), and if you choose to stay in Mexico City (CDMX) before catching a bus to Cuernavaca, you can easily find an Airbnb between $30-$60 per night. Some safe and walkable areas to look for a hotel or Airbnb are

You can purchase your bus ticket to "CUERNAVACA CASINO" at one of these bus stations in Mexico City or online at  (note that this website is in Spanish):


We are happy to assist you in making arrangements. When you are 15 mins. away from arriving at Cuernavaca Casino station, please text Mathis again so he can arrange pick-up. We are 10 mins. away from the station.

If flying in on Thursday:

You will catch the bus from inside the MEX airport. Follow the signs for the bus station after exiting baggage claim. Again, the station is inside the airport. If you need assistance, ask for directions to “Pullman de Morelos”. Once at the bus station, purchase a ticket (approximately $17 USD & a 1.5-hour ride) from Pullman de Morelos to "Cuernavaca Casino.”


The bus schedule is hourly, and we recommend purchasing a ticket when you arrive at the airport in case of any delays at customs. Once you've boarded your bus, please text or WhatsApp Mathis at +1 (415) 515-0661 to let him know you're on your way.



We highly recommend you notify your bank that you will be traveling to Mexico so that you have full access to your money. We have found that the best way to receive cash in Mexican pesos is to use the ATM (always decline the conversion rate), which can be done at the airport or at a bank. The banks with the cheapest atm fees ($1.50-$2.00) are Santander, Banorte, and Citibanamex). You can also use an exchange service at the airport, which is more expensive.



$100 pesos = $5 USD

$200 pesos = $10 USD

$500 pesos = $25 USD

$1000 pesos = $50 USD


Though tipping is not mandatory, you are welcome to show your generosity. We will collect any tips on the final day, and ask that you do not give directly to the staff.


We have been inspired by and called to work with these medicines throughout our personal development, and it is with great honor and joy that we share in such an intimate and safe space. We look forward to sharing our medicine, receiving your medicine, co-creating, and guiding you through aligning with your most authentic self. Please reach out to one of us with any questions.


Angie Brooks  +1 (214) 641-9940

TBird Luv +52 55 6147 6695


Please review the Terms & Conditions carefully, submit the below Agreement & Waiver, and make your 30% non-refundable deposit to confirm your participation.

Kambo Bella, the first frog I received medicine from in the Peruvian Amazon Jungle, 2018.

(sound on)

Terms and Conditions

  1. Retreat Overview: The 6-day/5-night plant medicine retreat ("Retreat") is organized by Egami, offering participants an opportunity to engage in plant medicine ceremonies, workshops, and activities focused on self-discovery, personal growth, and healing.

  2. Eligibility: Participants must be 18 years or older to attend the Retreat. They should be in good physical and mental health. Participants with underlying health conditions, particularly mental health concerns, should consult their healthcare provider before registering for the Retreat.

  3. Retreat Participation: By registering for the Retreat, participants agree to fully engage in all scheduled activities, ceremonies, workshops, and abide by the guidelines set forth by the facilitators and organizers.

  4. Conduct and Respect: All participants are expected to show respect for fellow participants, organizers, facilitators, and the local community. Any behavior that disrupts the harmony, disrespects others, or compromises the safety of oneself or others will not be tolerated and may lead to expulsion from the Retreat without refund.

  5. Health and Safety: Participants understand and acknowledge that the use of plant medicine involves inherent risks. Participants must disclose any medications, health conditions, or allergies to the organizers before the Retreat. The organizers shall not be liable for any health complications or reactions arising during or after the Retreat.

  6. Release of Liability: Participants agree to release Egami, its organizers, facilitators, and associated personnel from any liability, claims, or damages arising from participation in the Retreat, including but not limited to physical or psychological injuries, losses, or damages.

  7. Payments and Cancellations: 

    1. Payment Terms: To secure a spot in the Retreat, a 30% non-refundable deposit is required upon reservation or you may make full payment. Payments made using a credit card will incur a 3% service fee. The reservation is considered confirmed once the deposit is received.

    2. Installment Payments: After the initial deposit, the remaining balance will be divided into three equal monthly payments, with the full balance due by March 7, 2024. If you fail to make the full payment by this date, you will forfeit your participation in the Retreat and no refund will be issued.

    3. Cancellation Policy: If you cancel within 48 hours of making your initial payment, a full refund will be issued minus any service fees. Cancellations made prior to February 8, 2024 will receive a 50% refund minus any service fees associated with credit card payments. No refunds will be issued for cancellations made after February 8, 2024.

  8. Changes and Cancellation by Organizers: Egami reserves the right to modify the Retreat facilitators, schedule, activities, or location due to unforeseen circumstances or if it is in the best interest of the participants' safety and experience. In such cases, reasonable efforts will be made to inform participants of changes.

  9. Travel Arrangements: Participants are responsible for their travel to and from Tulum, as well as any additional expenses outside the scope of the Retreat package. It is recommended that participants secure travel insurance to cover unforeseen circumstances.

  10. Photography and Media: By participating in the Retreat, participants grant Egami the right to use any photographs, videos, or testimonials taken during the Retreat for promotional and marketing purposes.


By registering for the Retreat, participants acknowledge that they have read and agreed to these Terms and Conditions.

Agreement and Waiver

Medical History


I am of sound mind and good physical health, and choose to participate in this Retreat on my own will. I understand that the Facilitators have not and will not render any medical diagnosis. I further understand that my participation in the Retreat is complementary and in no way a substitute for medical diagnosis and/or treatments. I will notify the Facilitators if at any time during the Retreat I feel any discomfort, pain, serious illness or injury. I acknowledge that these are my responsibilities and that the Facilitators are not liable for any injury, illness or damages, resulting from my participation in the Retreat. The Facilitators have the right to refuse, cease, and/or withdraw treatment/participation of any person.

Assumption of Risk: The undersigned hereby acknowledges and agrees that (s)he understands the nature of the Retreat; that Participant is qualified, in good health, and in proper physical condition to participate therein; that there are certain inherent risks and dangers associated with the Retreat; and that, except as expressly set forth herein, (s)he, knowingly and voluntarily accepts and assumes responsibility for each of these risks and dangers, and all other risks and dangers that could arise out of, or occur during, Participant’s participation in the Retreat. Participant understands that any questions regarding the appropriateness of the Retreat given any current diagnosis (s)he has been given or any treatment (s)he is receiving should be directed to Participant’s treating physician prior to participating in the Retreat.

Release and Waiver: The undersigned hereby RELEASES, WAIVES, DISCHARGES AND COVENANTS NOT TO SUE the Facilitators from and for any liability resulting from any personal injury, accident, or illness (including death), and/or property loss, however, caused, arising from, or in any way related to, Participant’s participation in the Retreat.

Indemnification and Hold Harmless: The undersigned also hereby agrees to INDEMNIFY, DEFEND AND HOLD the Facilitators HARMLESS from any and all claims, actions, suits, procedures, costs, expenses, damages, and liabilities including, but not limited to, attorney's fees, arising from, or in any way related to, Participant’s participation in the Retreat.

Acknowledgment of Understanding: The undersigned has read this assumption of risk, release and waiver of liability and indemnity agreement, and has had the opportunity to ask questions about the same. The undersigned fully understands this assumption of risk, release and waiver of liability and indemnity agreement, that the undersigned is giving up substantial rights in connection therewith, and that its terms are contractual, and not a mere recital. The undersigned acknowledges that s(he) is signing this agreement freely and voluntarily.

Thank you!

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