Shamanic Immersion — Haramara, Mexico

February 3 – 10, 2024

The intention of our shamanic immersion is to support and empower you on your healing journey – you may crave replenishment and renewal or you may have a specific intention or a desire to create a change in your life.

Rose Khalsa and Dr. Marie will create a warm and safe supportive environment for you to become deeply grounded and cultivate your inner calm and resilience.

You will be guided through gentle yoga, breathwork and shamanic healing sessions designed to clear past energies and support optimal alignment with your present –  so that you may flow into your future goals with greater ease and awareness.

Unplug, tune into nature and receive support on your journey.
We hope you can join us!

Together, we will experience:

~ Daily yoga and movement at your level and pace

~ Guided breathwork, meditation, and chakra clearing

~ Group energy work for healing and renewal

~ Shamanic rituals for transformation of energy and patterns

We will also have opportunities for:

~ Spa treatments

~ Temezcal (Aztec sweat lodge)

~ Walks into the neighboring town of Sayulita


*All prices below cover accommodations, three meals per day, guided group healing exercises and rituals.  Separate costs include airfare, shuttle to and from the airport in Puerto Vallarta to Haramara and any on-site spa services you opt to take advantage of while at Haramara.*

Prices are as follows:

*Single: $3,200 

*Double: $2,400

*Triple:  $2,200

*Quad:   $2000

About Dr. Marie:

Dr. Marie deeply believes in the body’s innate capacity to heal from physical, mental, emotional and spiritual disharmony and is passionate about helping others gain access to their own healing power. 

Dr. Marie has been in naturopathic medicine practice since 2002, and has over 20 years experience as a craniosacral practitioner.

As a fervent seeker and forever student, Dr. Marie’s personal healing journey inspired her to study a myriad of energetic healing modalities. She has extensive shamanic training, has been a long-time meditation practitioner, is a family constellation facilitator and is also certified in past life regression.

Dr. Marie recognizes that the physical, emotional, energetic and spiritual aspects of our human experience are all highly intertwined.  She skillfully weaves the contents of her eclectic medicine bag to support people wherever they are on their own healing journey.

Rose Khalsa

About Rose Khalsa:

Rose Khalsa is the Director of The Polarity Center & Shamanic Studies. She has been teaching internationally for over 40 years. Rose offers trainings in polarity therapy, craniosacral visionary work and shamanism, and integrates nature-based and holistic approaches to healing in her private practice.  Her healing work includes polarity therapy, biodynamic cranio-sacral therapy, spiritual counseling and shamanic healing. Native American ( Ojibway), Celtic and Tibetan Buddhism are integrated into Rose’s life and work and are shared as part of her Medicine.

Rose has studied with Rosalyn Bruyere, Sandra Ingerman, Michael Harner, Tom Cowan  and spent years studying with Tibetan shamans in Nepal. Her main teachers for her  healing work have been the late Dr. Randolph Stone, and the teachings from Dr. William Sutherland, founder of Polarity Therapy and Biodynamic Cranial Work. Rose’s present teacher is Geshe Tenzin Wangyal Rimpoche, from the Bon tradition.

Rose was a Sundancer and remains a Pipe Carrier in the  Ojibwa tradition. Her medicine name given when she was adopted in the Lakota tribe is Sacred Hand Woman, Tanampe Wakan Wi, for her healing work for the people. Most recently, Rose was given the spiritual name, ” Prem” which means Divine Love , from the Grandmothers. They said it was a doorway opening to her new spiritual path of sharing love and service on a deeper scale with the world.

In Rose’s private practice one of her gifts is allowing “what is” to surface and to support the client in re-discovering their true Buddha nature which is based on the vulnerable and compassionate heart. The most important way to be, is open to change.