Get to know our Partners!
(Plant Medicine Guide Psilocybin / Canada)
Advocating for the greatest possible potential within each of us, Jennifer walks women home to their self-worth.
With plant and herbal medicines, energy sensitivity, deep intuition, and a whole lot of LOVE; she guides plant medicine ceremonies and therapeutic experiences for modern-day life.
Founder of Bloom Institute, the world’s first psychedelic space entirely for women and powered by women, Jennifer is also a master trained and certified akashic record consultant and healer, stewards spiritual mentorship and guidance programs for creative visionaries and impact entrepreneurs, and leads diversity initiatives for MAPS Canada.
Donca Vianu, MD
(Psychiatrist and Psychotherapist)
Donca Vianu, MD is a psychiatrist and psychotherapist. She was born in Romania and left the country with 25 and lived and worked forty years in Germany and in Netherlands.
Donca is specialised in dynamic psychotherapy, healing of post-traumatic stress disorder, women welfare (vrouwenhulpverlening,) previous lives healing, and life between lives journeys, and more. The methods she employs are client-centered, EMDR, CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy,) hypnotherapy (regression to earlier life stages, including perinatal, to
previous lives and to the LBL space,) active imagination, narrative psychotherapy, and more.
Donca has developed the concept of the horizontal and vertical axes of our being and of our life, and structures her interventions following these existential dimensions. Her approach is both practical and metaphysical.
She is specialised in integration of psychedelic experiences.
APRA and WOOP's collaborations are focused on ensuring equality of opportunity across sex, gender, and race within the academic/scientific sides of psychedelics.
Keynote: APRA is an organization centered on the academic/scientific aspects of psychedelics. APRA is in favor of harm reduction strategies and they choose not to promote or advocate for psychedelic use in any context outside clinical trials and research.
Fruiting Bodies Collective is a Portland, Oregon-based resource hub and online platform serving the growing psychedelic healing community.
They exist to bridge the gap between psychedelic industry insiders and the eager-to-learn general public, with a focus on supporting women, BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ communities.
A high-vibrational psychedelic culture brand that aims to usher in the new psychedelic era by dismantling the stigma attached to psilocybin through education and an elevated retail experience. Their mission is to pursue mental wellness through informed use and acceptance of psychedelics and plant medicine. They advocate for harm reduction through legalized, responsible and intentional consumption. They do this through their educational space that provides wisdom from a variety of industry leaders, doctors, holistic teachers, spiritual healers, artists and more.
YAWN will transform your 'magic mushroom' experience with practical accessories, activity-driven products and knowledge.
Black People Trip is a non-profit organization created to address the lack of diversity in the emerging psychedelic space. Their mission is to raise awareness, increase accessibility, teach harm reduction, build community and promote self-sufficiency among Black folx when it comes to their use of psychedelics for recreation or healing.
They seek to fill the void of BIPOC trip sitters, integration therapists, and practitioners who intimately understand the unique struggles faced by the Black community.