About Me

Maximilian LionMan

ABOUT

Maximilian LionMan is a researcher, gardener, and forager. He has this awe-inspiring aura from traveling to the depths of the Amazon rainforest, to the peaks of the Dolomites mountains in search of his true identity (an identity rooted in the Land). He has helped many people to recover and remember their ancestral capacities for ecstasy, dynamic congruence with their beloved power animals, and empowering thoughts and manifestations. He is a Man amongst the legends of our time. In combination with his fire, he can also harness earth energy and divine intention to grow trees, clean waters, and bring about true smiles. He has battled the darkest spirits with his longbow, potion kit, and healing herbs. Prepare to hear his story.

Maximilian grew up in Lenapehoking, or the lands of the Lenape People. The moderns call his home land, Chestnut Ridge, New York. After graduating in 2018 from SUNY-ESF, he ventured forth to the Maine Primitive Skills School in Augusta, Maine. There he met his real classmates, and together, they uncovered slowly the secrets of a long-forgotten time. Since then, he has started his business, the LionMan School of ReWilding, where the mission is to provide healing through primitive skills, herbal medicines, and permaculture. Currently, he in lives in Chestnut Ridge, New York, where he is a research fellow in paleo-ethnobotany. 

NOTES OF INTEREST

Biodynamic Agriculture Year-Long Course

The Bellis Working Group for Geotheanistic Plant Knowledge

Maine Primitive Skills School Apprenticeship                      
Delta Institute of Natural History Course(s)

Stella Natura Calendar 

MovNat Level 2 Trainer

CPR and Wilderness First Aid

Eastern Region Association of Forest and Nature Schools

Meadow Bees Farm

Nature Place Day Camp

The Hungry Hollow Co-op

Hawk Meadow Farm

Green Meadow Waldorf School


GET IN TOUCH

Maximilian is always available for side collaborations and talks worldwide.

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