Reconnect with yourself.

A (r)apé ceremony offers you a unique opportunity to reconnect with your higher self and tap into an inner well of energy, peace, and willpower. If you want to use rapé to its full medicinal potential, you have to carry that momentum beyond the moment to integrate your intention into action.

Whether it’s physical, emotional, or mental healing you’re looking for, your intention is further strengthened by the energy of the divine connection you share with a second person blowing the rapé, if you choose to enlist help. No matter if you choose to do it alone or with help, a rapé ceremony should be treated with respect. We offer private and group ceremonies.

What to expect.

We welcome you to or location in the south of the Netherlands, Limburg. Or meet us on other locations in Belgium, Portugal or Suriname. You can join a group ceremonie, a private session or book us to facillitate a group ceremonie at your own location. For bigger groups we work with different music artists and healers.

Preperation is important. After you fill in the digital intake form, we plan a personal intake to look at your needs and wishes. We serve the finest rapé straight from the tribes. You recieve channeled healing vibrations and enjoy the live music.

Powerful Medicine.

(R)apé is a powerful medicine that can help you let go of bad energies, past traumas and, more generally, it helps you hit a spiritual “reset button” in your life that physically and emotionally detoxes you. Snuff blends and pipes are the tangible materials needed for a successful rapé ceremony. The last years we help people all over the world to reconnect with themself and shine theire light. What do you want to transform that no longer serves you? Feel free to contact us if you want more information or advice.

Aftercare.

We understand that integration is important. Feel free to connect with us also after the ceremonie when you feel the need. Sometimes when old trauma releases, you feel different. The old patterns and behavior are no longer serving you. If you need extra help we are here for you. Together with Sanne we can also offer you special integration sessions as a follow up.

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More about (R)apé


Tobacco snuff is a sacred shamanic medicine or tool, that has been used by tribes of the Amazon basin for thousands of years and is an essential part of their tribal culture and history.(R)apé is the name for one of many of these snuffs, and it’s foundation lies by numerous indiginous tribes in Acre, Brazil. Curiously, Rapé is not sniffed, snorted or inhaled. Instead, it is administered (blown) into the nostrils with a special blowpipe called “Kuripe” (self administration) or “Tepi” (another person administers). This “blow” is quite forceful and not specifically pleasant. It can be rather shocking.

The appearance of a Rapé is a grey- to sand coloured, very fine and dry dust. It is traditionally prepared by ceremonial pounding of Tobacco (N. rustica) with tree ashes, followed by patiently filtering it through a fine mesh, resulting in a dust as fine as 125 micron. The varieties of Tobacco used are not the commonly known N. tabacum, but N. rustica, such as “Corda” or “Moi” and in cases also “Mapacho”. Given the potency of the tobacco, Nicotiana rustica, which is stronger and darker than Nicotiana tabacum, it can elicit mind alerting and grounding effects.

South American shamans use tobacco as a sacred, wholesome medicine and there exists a very close connection between tobacco use and shamanism that has little in common with our western way of tobacco use. Indigenous tribes use tobacco in ceremonies, to predict good weather, fishing, or harvest, and for spiritual (e.g. vision quest, trance etc) and curing purposes, but rarely for smoking. The use of tobacco by indigenous tribes in South America, such as the Kaxinawá, Nu-nu, Yawanawá, and Katukina, is profoundly entrenched in their culture, and has been employed at least since the Mayan civilization for ritual, medicinal and recreational purposes.