Iboga Wellness is proud to introduce our brothers and sisters doing the very important integration work. People from the organizations below have been to Iboga Wellness as clients. They know the iboga experience and the principals that guide our work with this medicine.

Manfred Luck

Psychedelics.coach – Paul Menze

My name is Paul Menze and my mission is to help others maximize the beneficial effects of psychedelic experiences. I offer online coaching services with a focus on proper preparation and integration in Dutch, German and English. Since the end of the nineties I have organized sessions with Psilocybin truffles, Salvia Divinorum, Ayahuasca, San Pedro, and other psychedelics.

In 2002, I completed my Master’s of Psychology, specializing in the field of drugs and addictions at Utrecht University in the Netherlands. There, I conducted research around the safety of Psilocybin and wrote my thesis on Ayahuasca in ritual and therapeutic settings. After my studies I worked for two rehab clinics and started my private practice in 2005. Besides working as a psychologist and a coach, I’m eveloping a farming project in the Sao Mamede National Park in Portugal.

Find our more about me at https://www.psychedelics.coach/

Paul Menze

Manfred Luck

Addictive Mind Coaching – Marc Anthony

Founded by Marc Anthony, Medicine Monk is a entheogenic and spiritual path committed to sacred psychedelic medicines and spiritual awakening. After years of struggling with addictive mind, he discovered Ibogaine and Iboga in 2010. There is no magic bullet, right? Wrong ~ 48 hours after an Ibogaine detox of the nervous system and mind, he had a clean slate without attachments and aversions. Nourishment took new meaning, and substance abuse ~ including food addictions ~ disappeared.

Driven to experience the source of truth ~ In 2012, Marc chose to enter the Bwiti spiritual tradition of West Central Africa in ceremony. A death and re-birth experience, deep ‘knowing’ of reality, and connection with true-self he was able to release addictive mind and trauma that were blocking him from love. Since, he continues working with the Bwiti and Iboga as well as other sacred medicine traditions to understand conscious love, relationship, mindfulness, and truth.

In 2021, Marc became certified to hold space for Addiction Recovery and Psycho-Spiritual Integration through ‘Being True To You’, focusing on entheogenic integration and addictive mind. He is here to be the medicine and truth in bringing you back home to your true-self.

Find our more about me at https://www.linkedin.com/in/addictivemind

Marc Anthony

Manfred Luck


With 25 years of experience, Kip Wood is the principal teacher at Wild Animal Zen. His root teacher is Adyashanti, but he’s also been profoundly influenced by Ramana Maharshi, Jean Klein, and Byron Katie. He has been deeply involved in meditation, silent retreats, and plant medicine healing for over 25 years. He has trained in multiple forms of breathwork which he finds invaluable during both silent retreats and plant medicine journeys. He lives and teaches in Southern California.

“I often say to my clients that if you want to make real and lasting changes in your life, you can go the slow route, such as traditional therapy, or you can go the fast route – plant medicines, silent retreats, or any number of intense paths. The slower you go, the more comfortable it is. The faster you go, the more challenging it is. I find the combination of silent retreats and plant medicine journeys to be a powerful elixir of rapid transformation.

Using the combination of meditation and plant medicines, we are offered a rare and powerful gaze into our most troubling, habitual patterns while simultaneously being shown the heart of our own unspeakable beauty. With these powerful tools, we are able to loosen the binds of our persistent, stressful thoughts, and ultimately find that it is safe to let go and relax into presence. In this newly realized, ever-present silence, we find our true selves.

Silence is at the heart of all spiritual traditions, and inner silence is what we all crave, whether we know it or not. Inner peace is always available to us no matter what the circumstances of our lives may be. Discovering inner stillness must be our foremost priority. Otherwise, the rest of life, in the form of thinking, will always insist that it is more important.”


Manfred Luck


Inscape Recovery is an ibogaine aftercare program located in the tranquil mountains of Malinalco, Mexico, 2.5 hours outside of Mexico City. We work with addictions and other mental health disorders. Our services include plant medicine ceremonies, psychotherapy, doctor consultations with acupuncture and phytotherapy (plant-based supplements for mind/body restoration and balance), janzu water therapy and classes in yoga, chi kung, meditation, art and exploring addiction.

T – 505-316-2471