Teddy Wilder Romas Cairuna has more than 15 years of experience working with medicinal plants, cooking ayahuasca, and as a teacher and guide. He has worked for years to create a more modern system of shamanism that includes techniques that can be applied to the lifestyles and rhythms of modern society.
Teddy first cooked ayahuasca with his grandfather, who was a traditional healer, at the age of 14. Soon after, he completed his first Master Plant dieta, and was crowned Onanya at 26, considered fit to heal and sit with elders in ayahuasca ceremonies.
Marc-John Brown is a shamanic teacher, coach, and mentor. He is one of two Head Coaches at the Plant Spirit School Integration Coach Certification Program. Among his many callings are ceremony and retreat facilitation, plant medicine integration and coaching, writing and public speaking, indigenous advocacy, capacitation, and liaison.
He has been a practitioner of modern shamanism since 2008, and these studies have taken him to work with tribal shamans of Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Brazil, Korea, and Malaysia. His work seeks to build and model a psychedelic landscape that is equitable and inclusive for the world's indigenous populations