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Shanenawá Tribe Weekend

August 16 - August 18

Come to a land where magic lives in the roots of its trees, oranges and mangos grow all around, monkeys become your new alarm clock, and you become the medicine you seek. So deeply connected to nature and to your highest self while disconnecting from daily stress, worry and the need to always be doing. Come settle at OM Jungle Medicine and just be.

Meet your indigenous facilitators:

Shanenawá People – People of the Blue Bird.
The Shanenawa people live on the banks of the Envira River (Feijó – Acre) since 1940, there are 1500 indigenous people distributed in 11 villages, they live in the tradition and within their culture, considered by all indigenous people as Doctors of the Forest, they are scholars of medicinal herbs and much talked about by the best medicines of the forest.

Maná Shanenawá, chief and shaman of the Kene Merá village. Giving a voice to the entire Shanenawá nation, Shanenawa people present the Pajé and Cacique Maná, a young leader of the Kene Merá Village. For 16 years, Maná was prepared by the village elders, receiving ancestral knowledge and their own people’s knowledge to be consecrated as one of the connoisseurs of sacred medicines.

OM Jungle Medicine invites you to 2 days of ceremonies


– 2 Master Plant ceremonies
– Wisdom teachings
– Tribal Music
– All Farm To Table Meals By Conscious Chef
– Swimming pool
– Resting space at the Maloca
– Optional – Pod in a shared room for $35
*Separate female and male accommodations

You can upgrade to semiprivate/private room for additional cost

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August 16
August 18


OM Jungle Medicine
506 8885 3877