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Integration following a ceremony is an opportunity to learn more and get the most out of working with these treatments. The incredible insights we receive through this work have the potential to be stressful and disheartening if we return to an unchanged home environment without support on how to move forward. While one's journey is often described as ten years of insight in one night, it doesn’t always equate to ten years worth of change. Integration is what brings our new understandings into our reality.

At Kambo Casita, we fully support your integration experience. Whether you have had a powerful treatment experience and want support integrating what you saw and felt, or feel called to share your experience with us, Kambo Casita's experienced facilitators are here  to help digest and further understand these thoughts and visualizations, as well as apply and implement their meanings into your everyday life.

Dayle Breault

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After her first life-changing weekend sitting with Iboga, Dayle knew her path had changed. She was finally able to access the trauma that had blocked her form her “true self”. That weekend Dayle received the message that she needed to share this incredibly healing modality with others. She embarked on the evolution of reclaiming her soul, and in this, she developed an innate sense of her connection to these plant spirits. Dayle was Intitated into Bwiti in 2019. 

Dayle has been fortunate enough to train with Being True To You( and has become a Certified Psychedelic Integration Coach. She has witnessed the transformation of many souls through this robust process. Taking her clients through the stages of growth and change, she incorporates her lifetime of service to others, her training in Reiki, Sound Healing, Trauma Informed Plant Medicine Recovery, and Breathwork, always with the goal to be in homeostasis and back to their “True Self”. Dayle always listens with her heart and creates a safe space for others to open freely. She takes great pride in assisting the LGBTQ community guiding those in their transition process.

One moment can change a day, one day can change a life, and one life can change the world.

- Gautama Buddha

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