The Ankara Church of Wellness

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3 Reviews on “The Ankara Church of Wellness”

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  • Do not join this group. This group is a scam. The retreats are very unorganized and are a health hazard. They do not follow the guided schedule they say they are suppose to follow. It is an overpriced retreat to be done by someone that is not even a shaman. You are literally paying extra for her to use your money to go on vacation and travel different continents. During a retreat I went to, they were so clueless about the location that they didn’t even know there was a bathroom in the warehouse they were doing the ceremony in. A person attending the retreat found it by accident and the bathroom was a crucial component for everyone. Also a person attending the event almost fell and broke her head because of lack of attention from the retreat staff. The founder “Gabby” will also keep your money even if she cancels the retreat on you. Which that should be considered stealing. DO NOT ATTEND THESE RETREATS, they are very badly planned and the founder is not a light worker she is out to benefit herself and just really does it for the money and her benefit financially.

    1. I wish I read this before I joined and I volunteered with them and promises of things and then I paid for a course with Gabbi $1,200 to her zelle and then she ripped me off. Then the church replied and tried to help and then ghosted also, will get them

  • I agree with Alexa about the leader not being a Shaman, although she has had some training on how to do ceremonies. I’ve attended 3. The first one I had a break through and I signed up for another that was 2 days long. Very disorganized. I believe Gabi had the right intention at first, but she fell in love with the money and lost sight of the purpose. There are many many people who would never afford $100 healing session, let alone $1,000!! She went way way wat too expensive, I asked why she couldn’t make it more affordable, add most ppl who need healing badly can’t afford these types of things. She says she gives ppl chance to volunteer and get a ceremony out of it. But you have to have certain training/skills to do so, it is not feasible for the big demand. This should not be your get-rich- quick program. This should come from the heart and be available to all human beings not only to the richies that want “to experiment”. I don’t instance how a”healer” is so unhealed and out of touch with the human kindness and connectedness. She end up joining a group of real healers in Guatemala and “gives back to the community” donated ONLY 10% of what she makes, which is pretty much 1k per day. Si if you want to go to a retreat for a week you’ll need to spend 5k on top of the plane/ travel costs for the Guatemala retreats. It makes me want to get training on this healing modality and have this available at low to no cost to people who truly need it. Anyhow, I may have been in the same wherehouse, idk, but it was HOT in there, plus we didn’t do all the listed activities. She really needs to open her heart and heal that lack. Sadly this is prevalent between the people whose culture is not that of a Shamanic or curanderos one. We have to keep the search for genuine and ethic healers, and most of them will only be available in their own land, not the u.s. where everything gets commercialized and/or turned into a scam.
    Love and light,

  • Unfortunately, I did not read the other reviews first. I cannot recommend Ankara Church. I appreciate what they are trying to do, unfortunately, I had a bad experience with them. They took my money and never sent my products. I pleaded with them several times over a few months to return the money and they respondied with excuses like they were busy or Venmo then Zelle wasn’t working. They then told me that if I wanted my money, they would return the nearly $200 in coins. I told them to keep it as a gift. I hope they develop beyond where they are now. They seem to lack the emotional, spiritual and professional maturity to manage an endeavor of this kind.

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