Jack Hebrank, PhD, and Marcia Hebrank, MSW

Marcia and Jack Hebrank

Jack Hebrank, PhD, and Marcia Hebrank, MSW, have been teaching the FSS Basic and Advanced workshops together since 2015. They are both Reiki master teachers and teach angelic workshops in which students learn to receive and provide messages and healing from angels.

Angels are one type of compassionate helping spirit that students frequently encounter in their shamanic journeys to the Upper World. Jack and Marcia often work together in their shamanic healing practice, where they are honored to be a part of their clients’ healing journeys. This practice includes soul retrieval, extraction, power animal retrieval, divination, shamanic counseling, and psychopomp work. They also host a monthly core shamanic drumming circle.

Marcia’s formal training was as a clinical social worker. She has a BA in psychology and a master’s in Social Work with Mental Health Specialization. She worked for more than 20 years as a therapist in mental health, addictions treatment, healthcare, and hospice fields. Her formal study and practice in alternative medicine began in 2002, and she has been in private practice since 2003 as a spiritual healer, intuitive counselor, and teacher of holistic healers.  Marcia completed the FSS Advanced Initiations in Shamanism and Shamanic Healing, and for the past 15 years has maintained an active private practice in core shamanic healing and divination, which continues to be an exciting and rewarding part of her life.

Jack is an engineer, scientist, and inventor with more than 70 US patents. He earned a BS in electrical engineering and a PhD in mechanical engineering, both from Duke University.  For 18 years he taught classes and did research in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at NC State University. He’s the grandson of a dowser and took the FSS Basic in 2006 and later completed the FSS 3-year Advanced Initiations in Shamanism and Shamanic Healing. In addition to his shamanic healing practice, Jack works with Rhine Research in Durham, a center for parapsychology studies in the US.