Ceremony and Experience Providers

As the landscape in Canada evolves, we look to establish our roots firmly within the building blocks of the magic mushroom community and provide value on every front available.

As we expand our platform and community we want to do our best to support all the sectors that will be coming out in the developing fields related to psychedelic's.


One of the most exciting industries we look forward to are healing retreats.

Whether you’re a prospective psychedelic first-timer or an experienced psychonaut, the idea of set and setting probably isn’t new to you. But if it is, a quick summary: The conditions in which you use psychedelics seriously influence the kind of experience you have. It’s not that every element must be perfectly arranged, but there are a number of factors you don’t want to leave up to chance. While psychedelics and the ceremonies surrounding their use are a powerful tool for healing, they also leave you vulnerable and have the potential for serious and sometimes difficult experiences. If you’re going to partake, you’ll want to be in good hands.

What’s important about trying psychedelics as part of a retreat structure (or seeing a specialist for psychedelic-assisted therapy) is that you’re working under controlled conditions: Someone has taken the time to arrange a peaceful and safe setting, put together a plan to get you in the right mind-set for a positive psychedelic experience, and made sure that whatever you’ll be taking is exactly what you think it is. A good program involves a medical screening and an application process to check you out for contraindications—meaning they make sure it’s medically safe for you to take the medicine they’re providing—as well as a strong setup for emotional and psychological integration work.

A note of caution: As with any alternative healing experience, you should consult your own medical team and understand the risks before proceeding. Psychedelics are illegal in many countries and unregulated in others.


Psychedelic therapy (sometimes referred to as psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy, or PAP) is a type of psychiatric practice that involves ingesting a psychedelic substance as part of a psychotherapeutic process.

In psychedelic therapy, the use of psychedelics is typically combined with talk therapy.

While Indigenous communities have used psychedelics in therapeutic and religious settings for centuries, psychedelic therapy is relatively new in Western clinical settings.

It’s becoming more popular with increased legalization of certain psychedelic substances, a rise in mental health conditions, and a lull in psychopharmacological research.

Between the 1950s and 1970s — before former President Richard Nixon outlawed them with the Controlled Substances Act — scientists produced a breadth of evidence both verifying and pointing toward the therapeutic potential of psychedelic therapy to treat:

  • Addiction
  • Mental health conditions like depression and anxiety
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

In recent years, renewed interest and investment have fueled additional research, much of which is ongoing.

Please get in touch.

We will soon create a directory that would allow for both those who seek and provide to connect and this would potential be a life changing experience that we would be so grateful to have facilitated to those in need. If you plan to soon or already provide services that are focused around PsyMed, leave us your contact so we can have a discussion and help make those connection.