Welcome to SOLREY Retreats

SOLREY Retreats emerges as a beacon of healing and renewal, merging the therapeutic wisdom of indigenous medicine with modern behavioral science. With reverence for tradition and innovation, SOLREY weaves together a tapestry of compassionate, personalized care, tailored to each individual’s journey. At its core, SOLREY is more than a sanctuary of wellness and rejuvenation; it is a crucible for the advancement of the study and application of ethnobotanical and entheogenic medicine where appropriate by law. Here, research flourishes, clinical applications bloom, and integration thrives, shaping a landscape where healing is both an art and a science, harmonizing ancient wisdom with evidencebased interventions. SOLREY Retreats stands as a testament to the transformative power of holistic wellness, illuminating pathways to wholeness and vitality in all our multifaceted dimensions of being, from the personal to the communal, the social to the global, but most importantly, united across our diverse multi-cultural dimensions.

Retreat Locations

Retreat Locations

Trauma & PTSD

SolRey Retreats is a treatment center that offers Psilocybin-assisted therapy for individuals struggling with treatment-resistant depression, anxiety, and PTSD. 

Chemical Dependency

SolRey Retreats is a treatment center that offers Psilocybin-assisted therapy for individuals struggling with chemical dependency or behavioral addiction.

Reset & Optimization

SolRey Retreats is a treatment center that offers non-psychedelic mental health improvement. Through  optimization of life experience with a Clinical Licensed Psychologist.

Experience the ancient power of entheogenic medicine in a modern luxury setting.

Embark on a transformative journey that meets you where you are.

Merging ceremonial healing & behavioral Science

The effectiveness of merging ceremonial healing, halachic shamanism, and modern behavioral science lies in the integration of ancient wisdom with contemporary therapeutic approaches, creating a holistic framework that addresses the multidimensional nature of human well-being.

Ceremonial healing and halachic shamanism draw upon traditional practices rooted in indigenous cultures, often involving rituals, plant medicines, and spiritual guidance to promote healing on physical, emotional, and spiritual levels. These ancient practices emphasize the interconnectedness of individuals with nature, community, and the spiritual realm, viewing illness as a manifestation of imbalance within these interconnected systems.

On the other hand, modern behavioral science offers evidence-based strategies for understanding and modifying behavior, drawing from psychological theories and therapeutic techniques to promote mental health and well-being. Approaches such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness-based interventions, and trauma-informed care are grounded in scientific research and emphasize the role of thoughts, emotions, and behaviors in shaping individual experiences.

By integrating ceremonial healing, shamanism, and modern behavioral science, practitioners can leverage the strengths of each approach to provide comprehensive and culturally sensitive care. Ceremonial rituals and shamanic practices may offer profound spiritual experiences and symbolic frameworks for healing, while behavioral science provides practical tools for addressing cognitive and behavioral patterns that contribute to psychological distress.

Furthermore, the integration of these approaches can facilitate a deeper understanding of the underlying causes of mental health issues and promote holistic healing that encompasses physical, emotional, and spiritual dimensions of well-being. By honoring cultural traditions and incorporating evidence-based practices, the merging of ceremonial healing, shamanism, and modern behavioral science has the potential to enhance therapeutic outcomes and promote greater resilience and empowerment among individuals seeking healing and transformation.

The promise of indigenous medicine
in the treatment of psychiatric disorders

Indigenous medicine has gained attention for its potential in the treatment of psychiatric disorders due to its unique cultural and spiritual practices, which can induce profound alterations in consciousness and perception. Research suggests that indigenous medicines such as ayahuasca, peyote, and iboga may offer therapeutic benefits for conditions like depression, anxiety, PTSD, and addiction. These traditional medicines can facilitate deep introspection, emotional processing, and spiritual experiences, often leading to insights and perspectives that are difficult to achieve through conventional therapy alone.

Studies have shown promising results, indicating that indigenous medicineassisted therapy can lead to significant and sustained improvements in symptoms, as well as enhanced well-being and quality of life. The therapeutic effects of indigenous medicines are believed to stem from their ability to reconnect individuals with their cultural roots, community, and spiritual beliefs, leading to a “reconnection” of identity and a heightened sense of belonging.

Moreover, indigenous medicines have been found to promote holistic healing, addressing not only the symptoms of psychiatric disorders but also their underlying spiritual and social causes. However, it’s important to note that indigenous medicine therapy should be administered in a culturally sensitive and respectful manner, under the guidance of trained practitioners from indigenous communities, to ensure safety and maximize therapeutic outcomes.

Overall, while further research is needed to fully understand the mechanisms and potential risks associated with indigenous medicine therapy, the growing recognition of these traditional practices suggests that they hold promise as a culturally relevant and holistic approach to treating psychiatric disorders and promoting mental health and well-being.

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