Roel Crabbé is a shamanic practitioner and teacher of shamanism and healing. He began his shamanic training in 1995 when he was 17 and struggling with suicidal depression and addiction. The profound healing he received led him to continue on this path, and he has been practicing under the guidance of shamanic teachers ever since. He has trained thousands in practical shamanism and healing since 2003.
Roel’s style of teaching is heart-centered and focused on compassion, healing, and service to Mother Earth. Characterized by simplicity and a focus on direct contact with the spirits, his training is innovative and filled with ceremonies and healing modalities given to him through his connection with the spirit world.
He has been recognized by several shamans for his ability to tap into ancient songlines from the spirit world and create spaces of healing and spiritual connection. Over the years, his work with ancestral healing songs, which are only sung once, has become an intrinsic part of his teaching and work.
Roel is the founder of the Anam Cara spiritual center in Belgium. Apart from teaching, he is active as a sculptor, writer, and painter.