A dynamic and thought-provoking exploration of magic mushrooms for midlife mindfulness.

Midlife, often seen as a juncture in our life’s journey, can bring both reflection and uncertainty. It can be a period of profound growth and self-discovery if we approach it with an open heart and a curious mind.

Mindfulness, the practice of being fully present in the moment, offers us a powerful tool for navigating the complexities of midlife. It allows us to cultivate awareness and align with our true selves.

Microdosing, a new approach with potential to enhance mental clarity, emotional well-being, and personal growth. When approached responsibly, offers an intriguing avenue for exploration and self-attunement.

About your facilitators:

Heather A. Lee, LCSW, is a licensed Psychotherapist and Certified Psychedelic Assisted Psychotherapist with over 30 years of experience in Mind/Body Medicine and Integrative Mental Health. She is the Founder of Medicine Woman Retreats and the Co-Founder of Wellness and Wisdom Journeys. Heather is a dynamic public speaker and a leader in creating alternative and complimentary medicine programs for the luxury travel market. She is passionate about reconnecting women to their inner wisdom and personal power through reclaiming plant medicine.

Monica Ramunda is a highly experienced mental health professional with over 30 years of experience in the field. For the past 23 years, she has successfully run her own private practice. Monica’s commitment to helping others extends beyond traditional therapy, as she is a trained Ketamine Assisted Therapist and is one of the First Certified Psychedelic Assisted Therapists in the United States.

With a profound passion for transforming lives through the power of psychedelics, Monica aspires to inspire women to find their passion and happiness during their second chapter in their life and beyond.

Heather and Monica design and deliver exemplary psychedelic wellness retreats and services in Colorado, Spain, and Mexico. They are pioneering women’s plant medicine retreats as a new rite of passage for women moving into the age of the sage.