Kambo in London – 29th November 2014

I have two places left in a small Kambo circle in London this coming Saturday, 29th November starting at midday. Please contact me if you’re interested in journeying with the frog. Viva Kambo!

Tel: 07817 557570


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Kambo Circles in Bristol…

I have one place left on the upcoming Kambo circle on the 30th August and 3 places still available for the 31st of August. There is also one place left on the Kambo circle on the 9th September. PM me for more information or if you’d like to book. Viva Kambo!

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Registered Kambo Practitioner.

kambofrogAfter a thoroughly intense training course with master Kambo practitioner Karen Uma Kanya Darke in the stunning Portuguese countryside, I’m delighted to report that I passed and am now registered with the International Association of Kambo Practitioners – http://www.iakp.org The training covered many important aspects of giving Kambo  – contra-indications, record keeping, maintaining safe boundaries, holding ceremony traditional applications, chakra Kambo, auricular Kambo and meridian Kambo and treatment protocols as well as the IAKP code of practise.

This is an amazing medicine which has a powerful detox effect as well as giving incredible energy and immune system boosts. Kambo is one of the strongest natural anti-inflammatory, antibiotic, antimicrobial and analgesic substances found on the planet. Due to the peptides it contains it’s  very effective at treating pain as well as treating depression, malaria, fertility problems, candida albicans and allergies. It’s properties are also being heavily researched for the treatment of cancer, HIV/AIDs, Parkinsons Disease, Diabetes, Chronic Fatigue and Alzheimers disease. However, it is a toxin and it is important to be treated by a trained practitioner.

“Accidents can happen with untrained givers and there is now an upsurge in those who having taken Kambo themselves or watched someone else do it and now believe that it is an easy step to start giving it to others and call themselves Kambo Practitioners. This is incorrect and dangerous and if this irresponsible behaviour led to a fatality could compromise the integrity and legal position of this medicine. The application of Kambo requires skill, knowledge, experience, integrity, responsibility, mindfulness and a deep understanding of this powerful medicine. A trained practitioner will know where, how much and how to treat you, if at all and they will have been trained in techniques that enable them to assess this. If there is a problem, they will know how to deal with this but they are also trained to minimize the possibility of problems and never go beyond the limits of their ability.” http://www.iakp.org/training/4584763571


Sticks of Kambo

If you wish to try Kambo, please ask the practitioner about their training, where it was given, how long they’ve been practising and using the medicine themselves. Please ensure your safety. The training course also involved several Kambo treatments for the trainees, including the 3 on 3 initiation which involves taking Kambo 3 times in 3 hours. This was an intense process but vital to understand and experience if this treatment is requested by a client. The 3 on 3 left me feeling totally amazing afterwards with glowing skin, a face-lift effect around my eyes and forehead, and with tons of energy. This treatment is used in some tribes as an initiation for boys into manhood, so I guess that makes me a real man now! Since returning to the UK, I have jointly held kambo circles in West Wales with fellow practitioner Rakendra – www.bodyflow.uk.com. I will be holding circles in Bristol and South West England and can also be booked for private treatments. Please contact me for more information. Viva Kambo!

Kambo Warrior!

Kambo Warrior!


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Sunrise Festival 29th May – 1st June 2014


Just landing after a super sparkly sunny funny time at the Sunrise festival in Chepstow. What an awesome gathering of chilled out, open hearted, beat loving funksters. I had an amazing time, despite the rain showers on Thursday night that had me wishing I was at home in my nice warm toasty bed. But no, Joe Driscoll and Seckou Kouyate were playing at Chai Wallah’s and I wasn’t going to miss that for all the rain in Wales. They played an awesome set – so happy I finally got to hear them and to see Seckou’s unbelievably fast finger work. I see why they call him the Jimi Hendrix of kora. P1000224


Mouse Outfit, a nine piece band with MC Dr Syntax rocked the tent on Saturday night with  an exciting and eclectic blend of hip-hop, jazz and funk – tight in delivery and  devilishly good. Then it was over to the Cat’s Cradle stage for Eat Static for some old skool trance and then back to Chai Wallah’s to catch Bristol based band the Allergies.

Sunday’s smorgasbord of sonic delights included Bristol Afrobeat Project who play afrobeat flavoured with a heavy dose of soul and jazz. I interviewed Ben and Marie from the band afterwards and this will be played on Phil Vickery’s “In-tune” show on BCFm 93.2. A staple of the festival circuit, Sheelanagig got everyone dancing with their blend of Balkan beats. Top band of Cat’s Cradle on Sunday was Smiley and the Underclass, dub punk rockers from London – loved their energy and the sassy performance of their female vocalist. Born to perform!

Asbo Disco revved up the party vibes with a massive mash-up of house, jungle, hip-hop, funk and everything else in between. A brilliant roller coaster ride through sound and the perfect set to close the festival. P1000244

Also saw some amazing circus acts – Merlin as Wonder Woman – doing her costume change not in a mere phone box dear readers, but whilst twirling several hoola hoops around various limbs. I can’t even manage one so my respect is mighty.

Loved the new site too, although it did take time to grow on me. Just off the Chepstow racecourse, it was a more interesting site to discover with a hidden faerie grotto, craft workshops, talks and to see the Severn Bridge lit up at night as it stretched back to Babylon. sunnyfunnymates

I have to give a massive thank you to the Back Angels who visit festivals with their luxurious inversion tables. Designed to hold you comfortably whilst you hang up side down, they take all the pressure off your spine and joints and help re-align the vertebrae. Just the job after all that dancing, carrying back packs and sleeping in a tent. Hanging like a bat is blissful – so good to feel those deep stretches and the relief is immense. I’m sure that my sessions there helped me last as long as I did and would totally recommend trying them at a festie if you see their stall. They have their events listed on their website – backangels.com/Back_Angels. BackAngels

Huge thanks also go to Jos and her team in the GAMA field who help the disabled festie goers. The job you guys do is amazing and makes it possible for so many people who would otherwise be excluded attend these events.

So thanks to Sun Bird and all the crew involved in making this event safe, sparkly and successful. See you for more fun in a field sometime…. :-)


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The Bars – energy healing from Access Consciousness – now in Bristol.

As featured in issue 118 of Kindred Spirit magazine.

The Bars is an energy healing process which works on 32 points on the head helping to rapidly move energy on multiple layers, realities and dimensions. The Bars can also shift points of view and judgements that are no longer working for us and creating limitation in our lives.

Having the Bars run helped me a lot with chronic back pain and detoxing from medication. It’s also proved successful in treating stress, migraines, insomnia, anxiety eating disorders and menopausal symptoms.

The Bars is one of the healing processes from Access Consciousness who’ve been established in the U.S for over 20 years. I trained in the Bars, MTVSS & Cellular Memory techniques last year when in the States. If you’re interested in finding out more or scheduling an appointment, please contact me on 07817 557570 or email shivanifox@gmail.com.




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kambo – Amazonian frog medicine – in goa, india……


kambo ceremonies and private treatments now available in arambol, goa from 1st – 7th march. Please email me for further details: shivanifox@gmail.com

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2013 in review

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