Free Masterclass





January 24th

9am PST


Lorna Liana, CEO Of EntheoNation & Founder Of The Plant Spirit School

Marc-John Brown, Shamanic Coach, Plant Spirit School Head Coach

Aluna Lua, Entheogenic Guide, Plant Spirit School Head Coach




Discover how the ancestral art of sacred spaceholding can enhance your capacity to serve entheogenic clients in the Psychedelic Renaissance, without the need for a psychotherapy degree.

Join us as plant medicine guides Aluna Lua and Marc-John Brown reveal the essential skills, tools and techniques you need to be an effective ceremonial spaceholder so that you can confidently step into leadership as a facilitator, coach, therapist, chaplain or tripsitter in the Psychedelic Renaissance.


In this moment in time, the world is waking up to the therapeutic potential of psychedelics to alleviate depression, anxiety, PTSD, addiction and chronic pain.

The continued prohibition of psychedelics, including ancestral plant medicines and fungi, has resulted in a surge of interest in underground ceremonies and retreats.

With more people seeking psychedelic healing through shared group experiences (in nature, with music, around a fire) rather than through privately administered ketamine or psilocybin sessions in a clinic, there is a need for more practitioners who understand how to support entheogenic clients in a group setting.

During this free masterclass, Plant Spirit School head coaches Aluna Lua and Marc-John Brown will delve into their personal journey, sharing how their background as sacred ceremonial spaceholders empowers their ability to support clients integrating entheogenic experiences.

Marc will share how his experience as an apprentice to Shipibo master plant healers has helped him developed the essential skills to support Western clients in their plant medicine healing.

Lua will share how her experience as a ceremonial spaceholder with her entheogenic church and her training at Burning Man’s Zendo project informs her unique approach to psychedelic integration.

If you are an aspiring or existing psychedelic facilitator, coach, therapist, chaplain, tripsitter or a plant medicine community leader who wishes to grow a thriving vocation in the Psychedelic Renaissance...

Get ready to discover how the art of sacred spaceholding can powerfully transform your and your clients lives! 


  • The 4 pillars of sacred spaceholding that will reduce unintentional trauma and emotional distress within the ceremony so that participants can emerge with a resplendent sense of well-being and harmony.
  • A powerful, often-overlooked skill that guardians can cultivate that will deepen their capacity to support ceremony participants in their healing process and how to develop this uncanny gift.
  • The 3 ancestral tools that unlock the transformative power of communal healing in ways that clinical therapy cannot, and how to receive them.
  • And so much more!

MEET THE co-hosts

Lorna Liana

Lorna Liana is the CEO of EntheoNation, a media company covering psychedelics, modern shamanism, and visionary culture.

She is also the Founder of The Plant Spirit School, an online school offering workshops, programs, and 1-to-1 mentoring to individuals and professionals in the psychedelic and plant medicine sector. The Plant Spirit School Integration Coach Certification Program is designed to help plant medicine practitioners become thriving integration coaches in the Psychedelic Renaissance.

Her latest venture, Plant Spirit Journeys, offers community-oriented, culture-based plant medicine healing retreats in collaboration with indigenous wisdom keepers. Plant Spirit Journeys are designed to support integration professionals in cultivating their entheogenic skills, so that they may rise as leaders of the Renaissance.

Marc-John Brown

Marc-John Brown is a shamanic teacher, coach, and mentor. 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

Aluna Lua

Aluna Lua is the co-founder of the multimedia production company Ascension Arts and head coach of The Plant Spirit School. She works as an entheogenic facilitator, ceremonial musician and integration coach. Lua is from Brazil and has been an ally for indigenous communities for over a decade.

She specializes in the medicines of Hapé, Kambo and Cannabis and is based in Los Angeles, CA. She provides peer support at Burning Man through the Zendo Project and offers trainings and initiations for ceremony guardians, facilitators, space holders and trip sitters.