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Ian McCall, is a retired American mixed martial arts world champion, performance coach, and founder of The McCall Method. Ian credits psychedelics for his successful recovery from his decade long dependence on pain medication due to severe sports injuries including traumatic brain injuries.

Since his retirement, Ian has become one of the most prominent advocates for the
decriminalization of psychedelics as holistic mind and body therapy.

Our method emphasizes the importance of becoming comfortable with different
healing modalities, as such the week incorporates breathwork, nutrition, movement, and
guidance on thought re-mapping.

Ian is an advocate for physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being. He supports
his clients in reconnecting with meaning in their lives, experiencing deeper relationships
with others, and finding their true purpose.

At the heart of our philosophy lies the belief that true purpose is within reach, waiting to be unveiled through introspection and self-awareness. With our guidance and support, you can unlock your inner potential, overcome obstacles, and embrace a life that aligns with your deepest values and aspirations.

Discover the transformative power within yourself. Embark on this journey with Athletes Journey Home and embrace a future filled with purpose, joy, and personal fulfillment.

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Frequently asked questions
When administered responsibly, psychedelics can help you gain a renewed sense of purpose, focus, and help you get clear about your life path, where you are, where you’ve been, and what’s important to you moving forward.
Psychedelics are non-addictive and safe when administered under strict safety standards. Unlike alcohol or tobacco, there’s no risk of developing a dependence.
While they can cause some short-term side effects like nausea and vomiting, there’s no evidence that they have any long-term health risks. This makes psychedlics an attractive option for people who are looking for an alternative to traditional medications.