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Jemma from Naked Treaties, having just returned from taking groups with her teachers on spiritual pilgrimage through the Andes of Peru, will be sharing a sacred Mayan cacao ceremony at Splendour in the Grass in the Bohemian Lounge.

‘Working with the medicine of cacao in a traditional and ceremonial way allows us to dive deep into our hearts and reconnect to the joy, truth and love of who we really are, activating our highest potential in a safe, easy and fun way,’ says Jemma.

Jemma will be sharing the ceremony, combined with music from local musos, after the Gyuto monks and our Indigenous peoples’ closing ceremony in the Bohemian Lounge at Splendour.

Jemma Gawned from Naked Treaties in ceremony in the ancient ruins of Puma Marka

Jemma Gawned from Naked Treaties in ceremony in the ancient ruins of Puma Marka


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