Living Clean Ibogaine presents a holistic model that combines specialized psychotherapy, traditional medicine, permacultural living and personal spiritual and physical discipline based on the principles of Kundalini Yoga. Long-term support in remission will be available through the formation of a network of peers in post-ibogaine recovery and through a referral system that helps one access healing and spiritual networks that work with sacred plants. What informs and supports this model and what challenges exist? What are the economic and accessibility considerations and challenges? Living Clean Ibogaine partners with an existing holistic treatment center and counts on the support of expert psychologists who specialize in the treatment of addictions with psychoactive plant medicines. What are the strengths of this collaborative model?
Danesh Olesko is a native of Russia with a background in International Law, Yoga and Web development. He has a Master’s degree in International Law from the University of the Pacific in California. For the last 5 years, he has been working intensively with Ayahuasca/Yagé in ritual settings. He is a Kundalini Yoga teacher and co-founder and Director of Living Clean Ibogaine. He is currently working as part of a therapeutic team to develop a protocol for integral addiction therapy that combines Iboga, Ayahuasca, Kundalini Yoga, and holistic health modalities. He currently works at Nierika A.C. (Mexico) as a yoga teacher and web development consultant.