Kadiatou Sibi is a Board Certified Ayurveda Practitioner and a Reiki Practitioner.
As an Ayurvedic practitioner, her journey has been a rich tapestry of holistic healing and community engagement. Having graduated from the SCUHS Ayurvedic Practitioner program and earned certification as a Chopra Health Teacher, her commitment to wellness has extended beyond individual clients to encompass broader community outreach. Collaborating with city and county agencies, Kadiatou actively participated in local health fairs, focusing on educating BIPOC communities about the transformative potential of Ayurveda. Her involvement with the National Ayurvedic Medicine Association's DEI committee reflects her dedication to inclusivity within the field. Additionally, she has authored articles, led DEI workshops, and extended her expertise to cater to a diverse clientele, including high-profile individuals. Organizing and leading wellness retreats allows her to create immersive experiences that combine Ayurvedic principles with overall well-being. Through this multifaceted approach, Kadiatou strives to make Ayurveda accessible and beneficial to people from all walks of life.

Kadiatou's roots are held in Julangel, The Gambia, West Africa and reach to the US in New York City. She is a mother of three children, two of whom have special needs. Her lineage of healers originates from my family in Mauritania to Gambia, West Africa. In college, she found her voice (literally) and traveled the US as a lead singer of the band, Belizbeha. Following a successful career in media, entertainment, and teaching, she focused on entrepreneurism to launch A Web of Wellness.
The journey of recovering from childhood trauma led her to formally study holistic medicine, namely Ayurveda, the Indian Medical system. Currently, she is inspired to codify Traditional African Medicine.

Kabiatou Sibi has been a guest on 1 episode.