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Relaxation Massage

A plant medicine retreat can be a deeply transformative and intense experience, often bringing up powerful emotions and insights. Massage should be considered part of a broader integration process, which could also include activities like journaling, psychotherapy, meditation, and other bodywork practices. The use of relaxation massage after such a retreat can serve several important purposes:

Physical Rejuvenation

Plant medicine experiences can sometimes be physically taxing. A relaxation massage can help soothe any physical discomfort or tension, promoting overall body relaxation and recovery.

Emotional Release

The profound experiences during a plant medicine retreat might bring up repressed or intense emotions. Massage therapy, particularly when combined with mindful breathing and intention, can help facilitate emotional release and healing.


After the often intense and otherworldly experiences with plant medicines, a massage can help individuals feel grounded and present in their bodies, reconnecting with the physical realm.

Stress Reduction:

Massage is known to reduce levels of the stress hormone cortisol and increase levels of serotonin and dopamine, neurotransmitters associated with happiness and well-being. This can help foster a sense of peace and relaxation after the emotional roller coaster that can accompany a plant medicine journey.


The quiet, mindful space of a massage session can provide a valuable opportunity for reflection and integration of the insights gained during the retreat.

Nurturing Connection

A massage is not just a physical experience, but also a form of nurturing human touch, which can be comforting and healing after the vulnerability often opened up in plant medicine work.