Healing Seekers | Tsingy Madagascar Video

Geography of Madagascar: Masoala Peninsula and the Tsingy

The Healing Seekers Team takes time to explore two extremes of Madagascar’s diversity. From the lush, wet rainforests of the Masoala Peninsula they encounter constant rain and cool conditions. In complete contrast is the dry, arid region of the Tsingy. … Continue reading

Healing Seekers | Ombias Madagascar Video

Madagascar: Ombias Healer, Tibi’s stomach treatment, and Sacred Seeds

The Healing Seekers Team explores Madagascar and spends time with a healer known as an Ombias. An Ombias heals both through information received form the spirits or ancestors and with medicinal plants. His wife, a Tromba, heals through spiritual embodiments. … Continue reading

Baobab Trees and Hissing Cockroaches: Madagascar

The Healing Seekers’ Team looks closely at the magnificent Baobab Trees of Madagascar. Known as ‘roots of the sky’, ‘upside down trees’, ‘bottle trees’, these spectacular trees are also home to life forms such as the hissing cockroaches. The cockroaches, known to be some of the largest on the planet, are found abundantly in many of the tree’s crevices. Continue reading

Deforestation in Madagascar: Providing Warmth and Food

Madagascar continues to battle great loss of its land and untold species because of practices such as ‘slash and burn’ and Tavy. Amy and the Healing Seekers Team quickly get a grasp of the significance of ‘slash and burn’ on the first night they spend outdoors. As temperatures plummet, measures must be taken to ensure survival. Food, shelter, and warmth are never taken for granted. Continue reading

Healing Seekers | Child Healer Madagascar

“Child Healer” (Madagascar)

Amy and the Healing Seekers’ team meet a most unusual healer in Madagascar. A child healer. This is the first time on an expedition that the team has even heard of an indigenous healer who specializes in children. The meeting becomes extra special as beautiful bonds form amongst Enazy, Amy, the village and team. Continue reading