The Holistic Sanctuary

The Holistic Sanctuary

Authored by Pin Ng PhD

Edited by Hugh Soames

Reviewed by Michael Por, MD

Holistic Sanctuary

The Holistic Sanctuary is situated in Beverly Hills and takes in glamorous views of the Pacific Ocean coastline.1 The rehab’s incredible location overlooking the Pacific Ocean makes it unique allowing guests to undergo treatment sessions while standing on its patio while ocean waves lap onto the shore. As the name indicates, the Holistic Sanctuary provides treatment to clients using plant medicine such as ibogaine treatment2 and holistic therapies.3

The Holistic Sanctuary address: 1212 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90212, United States

Holistic Sanctuary Phone: +1 310-601-7805

The Holistic Sanctuary: Website

The rehab was created by Johnny Tabaie (who goes by the moniker of Johnny The Healer) to treat post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), substance misuse, process addiction, and other disorders. The Holistic Sanctuary focuses on plant medicine and psychedelics4 to heal its clientele. The rehab has been praised by its alumni who claim that the treatment transforms their lives leaving them with no withdrawal symptoms or cravings.5

One of the key elements of the Holistic Sanctuary is its luxury setting. It was designed to be a luxury uhnw clinic and it doesn’t look or feel anything like a rehab. The Holistic Sanctuary looks and feels like a five-star resort thanks to its beach-front location, single guest rooms, first-class amenities, and being waited on by staff.

The Holistic Rehab

As a holistic rehab, the center forgoes the traditionally used medical detox and recovery plan. The Holisitc Sanctuary focuses on getting drugs out of a client’s system completely rather than pumping them with alternative substances. The rehab’s plant medicine focus is accentuated by its use of other healing programs. Meditation, massage, and Biochemical Restoration are all three important areas to a client’s healing.

What is a day at the Holistic Sanctuary like?

The rehab stresses that it doesn’t believe in Western medicine and focuses on a non-toxic set of remedies to heal clients. The Holistic Sanctuary also stresses that the remedies are not approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration. Known as a Pouyan Method6, the Holistic Sanctuary provides more than 150 hours of one-to-one therapy each month. Clients receive massages daily, colonics to cleanse the body, IV drips, meditation, carbon sauna sessions, stem cell injections7, and much more. It is an incredible list of therapies available from the rehab and certainly one that attracts clients seeking an alternative to the norm.

Guests attend one-to-one therapies that give them the chance to get to the root of their underlaying addiction issues. The rehab serves only 100% organic food eliminating GMO foods that people consume unknowingly at home. Meals are soy-, gluten-, and dairy-free to cleanse the body through diet. Clients will consume 80% of their foods as raw to increase the body’s ability to remove harmful substances.

The Holistic Sanctuary cost

Founded 2011, the Holistic Sanctuary only accepts a small number of clients at any one time. The rehab welcomes six to 15 clients making great use of its space and amenities. The Holistic Sanctuary is on “another level” compared to other rehabs. There are few, if any, like it in the world.

Clients have the option of three packages at the rehab. The four-week Silver Package costs $30,000, the four-week Gold Package is $50,000, and a 12-week Platinum Pack costs $500,000. The Holistic Sanctuary also provides short-term and retreat packages ranging from $15,000 for seven days to $100,000 for four weeks.


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