Let me introduce myself.

My name is Hamid and I work with individuals and groups, facilitating healing through the modalities of sound, plant medicines, bodywork, health coaching, yoga, and meditation. Every teaching is provided in deep reverence to the original teachings, while integrating a multidisciplinary philosophy. Eastern philosophical systems, Western scientific methods, and the various shamanic lineages are all trying to teach us something about the nature of existence and consciousness.

I have spent the better part of my adult life exploring the intersection of science, spirituality, and health. As a health coach, I primarily work with the psychological and emotional conflicts that lead to mineral disregulation and the resulting dynamics, but also integrate my experience with plant medicines, diet, trauma work, bodywork, breathwork, and other practical systems. Much of the work I do involves individual counseling, review of labs, and guidance in the healing journey. No two clients are ever the same, so my approach is one of addressing the unique situation of each individual. Although I trained with Morley Robbins under the Root Cause Protocol, my lens is much broader and not limited to this viewpoint. I am also guided by my extensive time with the Amazonian and Andean plant medicine traditions, Ayurveda, Yoga, Thai Old Medicine and bodywork, the work of Dr. med. Ryke Geerd Hamer, and others. All of these provide languages to describe universal aspects of nature.

You can find me here on my days off.

Much of my learning comes from own health journey, which is continuing to evolve. On my days off, you can find me at one of the creeks enjoying the water and playing some music. On most days, I also enjoy time in the float tank, infrared sauna and cold plunges, three practices that have greatly contributed to my overall wellness. When people ask me what I do, I usually tell them that my full time job is self-care and that in my spare time I help others. I’m always learning new things about how we thrive as humans and I love to share this knowledge in the work that I do.

Music is also a big part of my life.

I have been playing various instruments since my youth. I attended NYU on a music scholarship. My primary instrument in college was the guitar, with a secondary focus on electronic music, both analog and digital. Since 2012, I have been studying gong, singing bowls, flutes, percussion, and the human voice in the context of sound meditation and ceremonial contexts. I regularly conduct Sound Practitioner Trainings in the Phoenix area as well as private lessons. Much of my music can be downloaded from the major music platforms. You can find all the information about my work with sound at my other website: www.hamidjabbar.com.