Olatokunboh Obasi, MSc, CNS, RH (AHG)
Olatokunboh Obasi, MSc, CNS, RH (AHG) is the Owner of Well of Indigenous Wisdom School an online and presencial international program in herbalism and the healing arts. She is a board certified nutritionist, medical herbalist and birth doula.
Olatokunboh Obasi has been working in the wellness field for almost 20 years. She is the visionary of the Caribbean Herbal Symposium and executive director of the project that will be held bi-annually on the island of Puerto Rico. She shares her leadership skills in health advocacy, as a guest educator of several schools across the United States and the world, and as a keynote speaker to health conferences. She finds movement a necessary key to wellness, and therefore has devoted years of study in the following; a forever student and Shiromani in the Sivananda Yoga tradition under her teacher Romi Singh, as well as a certified dance instructor in Synergy Dance, an Elemental Ethnic system, under her South African teacher Charmaine Lee.
Committed to community holistic health, social justice, and education, she works heavily in community service and Afro Indigenous Medicine. Currently, a Board of Director of the American Herbalist Guild, she was the 2019 award recipient for her notable work in supporting, diversity, equity and justice in herbalism with the organization. Her commitment to training local and online students in clinical herbalism and healing arts is an important purpose as it represents leaving the earth responsible for the future generations.
Living in one of her ancestral homes, Kenya, her travels around the world are extensive as she integrates traditional knowledge of herbs with her western education. She received her Master’s of Science from Maryland University of Integrative Health. Olatokunboh is a mother of 3 young adults. She continues to learn from her children through challenge and tribulation as she shares her journey of life with them and the human family.