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Sacred Journeys with mushrooms


January 16, 2023

7:00pm-8:30pm ET

$25 Includes Recording

Are you curious about microdosing with mushrooms?

Would you like to bring more intention and mindfulness to your current microdosing practice?


Are you interested in how set, setting, and integration apply to microdosing?


Would a guide be helpful to get you started?

If so, this workshop is for you!

Workshop Details

A (mushroom) microdose is a sub-psychedelic dose of a psychoactive mushroom such as those containing psilocybin. As a therapeutic practice, many people report significant and positive changes in their life. In this workshop, we'll discuss working with these ancient medicines as a daily ritual to support mental health recovery, creativity, focus, and even some chronic health conditions. This workshop is great for anyone wanting to learn more!

Topics Covered

Potential Benefits of Microdosing

Risks and Considerations

Dosage & Protocols

Does Strain Matter?

Intention, Set, and Setting


Microdosing as Ritual

Sourcing Medicine

Microdosing Journals

Customizing your MD Journey

More Info

A recording is included in your purchase.

No refunds are available unless the workshop is cancelled.

You will receive a zoom link via email.

This workshop is about microdosing with psilocybin. If you are interested in microdosing with other mushrooms or substances, please contact me for additional resources.


Michelle Rigling, PhD is the Founder of The Cavewoman Way and its subsidiary, The Mushroom Cave. Michelle is a Transpersonal Counselor and Plant/Mushroom Spirit Guide in Chattanooga, TN with extensive experience in trauma-informed social work as well as experiential training in plant-spirit medicine facilitation and ceremony. With a focus on spiritual wellness and holistic integration, her practice blends ancient wisdom with modern medicine to help us live a more meaningful, connected life. 


The Cavewoman Way does not support or enable the use of illegal substances. It is up to each individual to research local, state and federal laws related to medicines of interest. In addition, working with a transpersonal counselor, indigenous healer, or medical doctor is highly recommended.

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