Please note that Kambo is not a medical treatment and one should consult their health care provider in regards to their health plan or any cleansing progam. Kambo is a shamanic ritual and ceremony from the Amazon Rainforest and is not a medical treatment. It is highly recommended that all participants do their own research in regards to the potential risks and benefits of taking Kambo. As with all forms of healing and medicine (herbal or pharmaceutical) each must be taken with respect, self-awareness and with a trusted practitioner. IAKP practitioners do not diagnose, treat or cure physical or mental health concerns, offer health advice or prescribe medicines in any form. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and all information on this website is provided for informational purposes only.

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Hello there,

As a massage therapist, yoga teacher and doula, it has been one of my greatest joys to hold space for others while they listen in to their own unfolding experience. The space that I hold for those who choose to sit with Kambo, immensely adds to this incredible joy and I can hardly express what an honor it is.

 

From my experience, the intention behind any action is just as important, if not more important than the act alone, and this is so very true in any ceremony space. This relationship between intention and action is the foundation from which I hold ceremony. Safely allowing each person to move through their own experience is incredibly important to me and a foundation of trust is also very important. It is a pleasure to be an IAKP practitioner as this organization is setting the standards for Kambo to be responsibly practiced all over the world.

I currently hold ceremonies in Petaluma, California and Regina, Saskatchewan. If you are interested in sitting in ceremony with a group or a private session, or would like to host a ceremony in your area, please feel free to reach out to me.  

With immense gratitude and humble respect for the Kambo frog, the people who are protecting the Amazon and Kambo, and to each person who is willing to do their own inner work, I thank you.

In health and gratitude,

Bee Bierman

 

  

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to me