Featured Speaker: Chor Boogie

Acclaimed Visionary Artist; Iboga provider with the IbogaSoul team

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Healing Multigenerational Trauma with Iboga

Chor Boogie a.k.a. Joaquin Lamar Hailey is a critically acclaimed visionary spray paint artist. His murals and art exhibitions have appeared all over the globe, and he serves as a facilitator of interactive art installations and creativity workshops. in 2014, Chor experienced a profound soul healing with the medicine of his ancestors, iboga, a powerful visionary sacred plant medicine from Africa, within a traditional Bwiti ceremony. He then traveled to Africa to experience the traditional Bwiti initiation, rite of passage, and immersive healer’s training. Chor integrates traditional African imagery and elements of his iboga visions in select contemporary works, visually transmitting the very heart of the medicine and the Bwiti culture of healing. Chor is passionate about including the voices of our indigenous relations and teachers in the global psychedelic renaissance. He now serves as an iboga provider with the IbogaSoul team. 

Featured Speaker: Angell Deer

Founder of Sanctuary Healing Center; practitioner, healer & teacher of shamanism, plant medicine, medical reiki, Sufi healing, sound healing, meditation, herbalism

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Shamanic Breathwork Online Ceremony

After a career that scaled the heights of corporate success as a CEO of global companies, Angell reached a turning point in his life – material success and trappings had not necessarily made me really happy or fulfilled. Angell had a big degree, big job and success that most people aspire for, but he was not happy. Angell decided to completely change his life and embarked on a journey of self-exploration and meditation that took him from working with Mother Teresa’s mission in India, to the jungles of Peru in search of finding meaning in life and fulfillment beyond the material demands of society today. Through seeking to transform his own life to live with a higher purpose, Angell made a life-changing commitment to helping others in their search for peace, harmony, and happiness. Angell is trained in Shamanism, Plant Medicine, Medical Reiki, Sufi Healing, Sound Healing, Meditation, and Herbalism. The big transformation happened many years ago when Angell started to dive into plant medicine & shamanic work. He started to work with specific energies and Spirits who channel to him in the healing he uses today. This method mixes channeling, tantric & somatic energy work, breathwork, runes, and connection to Divine masters. It is a very powerful energy healing which gives profound results on physical, emotional, mental and spiritual trauma. In 2015, Angell opened The Sanctuary Healing Center on his property in the Catskills where he does in depth work with clients, hosts workshops and cultivates the land for organic vegetable farming, plant medicine and honey bees.

Featured Speakers: Tony Moss

Tony Moss is a visual and recording artist, event producer, and founder of I.AM.LIFE, a non-profitevent production project focused on inter- connectivity. His work is a synthesis of passions in art, spirituality, and science, with emphasis on the evolution of human consciousness and potential. With over 25 years of experience with "plant medicine" work, he is an enthusiastic public advocate for the decriminalization and responsible use of all plant medicines.

Featured Speakers: Madison Margolin


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Madison Margolin is Co-Founder and Managing Editor of DoubleBlind, a biannual print magazine and digital media company covering psychedelics and all they intersect with, from healthcare disparities to the climate crisis. Having written for Playboy Magazine, Rolling Stone, Nylon, VICE, LA Weekly, High Times, Tablet, and other outlets, her reporting is concentrated on psychedelics, cannabis, drug policy, and spirituality. A graduate of Columbia Journalism School and UC Berkeley, Madison has traveled everywhere from pot farms in the Emerald Triangle to the shores of the Ganges River, and all over Israel-Palestine, exploring the role of plant medicine in religion, mental health, and conflict resolution. She got her start in journalism with a column on cannabis at the Village Voice, after having lived in south Tel Aviv working with Eritrean refugees.