Meet the Team
We are an intimate group of natural therapists working on the Sunshine Coast. Although our modalities differ, we have a shared focus to return alternative medicine to the original medicine that it is.
Healing and co-existing here on Earth is your birth rite. Though pain may be necessary, suffering is not. There are ancient and new practices that can greatly improve the quality of your life. Teaching you to be embodied.
Community. Connection. Courage.
Creator & Director of EntheoBotanica
Creator & Director of Rebel Herbal
Plant Medicine Symposium
(Check out Rebel Herbal) 2019
Traditional Western Herbalist
Adv. Dip. Western Herbal Medicine ACNT 2018
Iboga Rites of Passage Facilitator
& Co-founder of Mulai Lagi Iboga
(Check out What is Iboga?)
Kambo Frog Medicine Practitioner
Mexico GITA Kambo Training 2017
(Check out What is Kambo?)
ZenThai Shiatsu Therapist
ZenThai Therapist Training Ninderry 2019
(Check out: What is ZenThai?)
ZenThai Flow Teacher
ZenThai Flow Bali Teacher Training 2020
5 Elements Acupressure Level 1
John Kirkwood Ninderry 2021
Journey worker, Space-holder & Musician
(Check out arcana)
"I have come to understand herbal medicine as a part of mankind's placement and movement across the land. Not just a remedy; a complex relationship that weaves us into the Earth's soil. That we are by extension an enfooted plant and an embodied microbe. Likewise a plant, an Earthed human."
Rachel Maree is a Western Herbal Medicine therapist, facilitator of rites of passage, forager, medicine maker, traditional body worker and musician. Co-founder of Mulai Lagi Iboga, an addiction interruption and psychospiritual retreat service in Australasia utilising Eboka for initiation purposes, she works with matters of healing and sickness, utilising relationship and herbal medicine as a mechanism of reconnection with the Self.
She has been initiated into the Bwiti sect Mabanji, a living and growing feminine Gabonese tradition that utilises Iboga as a sacrament of transition and embodiment teacher. Her interest in ethnobotany has led her to pockets of Indigenous cultures across the globe to learn from their relationships with plants, including their use of specific styles of music for enhanced communication & integration whilst in shamanic spaces.She works from the Sunshine Coast, Australia, as a health practitioner, teacher and musician. She has studied Western Herbal Medicine & traditional body work, and runs the online plant medicine platform EntheoBotanica, as well as being the creator of the herbalist conference Rebel Herbal.