Franchelle Ofsoské-Wyber, New Zealand

Internationally recognised as a spiritual teacher and modern-day medicine woman

Franchelle Ofsoské-Wyber is a New Zealander of Russian and Native American descent and comes from a long line of traditional medicine men and woman. With a lifelong involvement in the ancient earth wisdom traditions, Franchelle Ofsoské-Wyber has spent over 45 years working with the nature power of Aotearoa and New Zealand native plants.
Franchelle is an award winning vibrational medicine specialist and New Zealand native flower essence creator. She is the author of the definitive ethnobotanical reference books The Sacred Plant Medicine of Aotearoa Volume One and The Sacred Plant Medicine of Aotearoa Volume Two. Franchelle is the recipient of the New Zealand Health Industry Research and Development Distinguished Services Award for 'pioneering, developing and establishing New Zealand native flower and plant essences to facilitate holistic healing.'
In recognition for her life's work to date Franchelle was recently adopted into Nga Uri a Maui and Nga Potiki tohunga wairuaruahine by Dr Rangimarie Turuki Arikirangi Rose Pere. As a tohuna tipua Franchelle has been fully initiated into the Kura Huna, the mystery school of the ancient people.

Over the years Franchelle has appeared in a number of international television programs and documentaries as an expert on the nature power of Aotearoa, indigenous wisdom, ancient earth wisdom traditions, vibrational medicine, sacred plant medicine, shamanism, spirituality and natural healing.

Franchelle is the co-creator of and principal tutor for First Light Flower Essences of New Zealand
Founder of First Light Natural Health
Founder and principal tutor for the Medicine Woman Centre for Shamanic and Esoteric Studies

Franchelle Ofsoské-Wyber