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Breathwork is a powerful approach to self-exploration and healing that integrates insights from modern consciousness research, anthropology, various depth psychologies, transpersonal psychology, Eastern spiritual practices, and mystical traditions of the world.

The process itself uses very simple techniques to activate the natural healing process within each participant. By combining a specific pattern of accelerated breathing with evocative relaxing music in a safe and comfortable setting, each person is gracefully supported to enter a non-ordinary relaxed state of consciousness. With the inner healing intelligence guiding the process, the quality and content of the experience is unique to each person’s intentions, needs and their particular life situation. While recurring themes are common, no two sessions are ever alike.

Breathwork sessions can be conducted in groups as well as individually with individual sessions often having the most powerful outcomes.

Breathwork takes most people far beyond traditional cognitive therapies to provide a deeper, non-verbal path to healing. It assists us to understand the effects our birth has had on our self-esteem, our relationships, family dynamics and other life issues with which we struggle. It leads to Self-Mastery. Its innate capacity to emerge healing of life traumas lies in the powerful emotional and spiritual releases that it addresses. Breathwork is also an awareness process that has the ability to emerge and release our entrenched patterns from the past that no longer support our current direction in life.

Breathwork is a safe and gentle process that encourages everyone to experience, express and release his or her emotions. It uses the breath to facilitate vital change and transformation that lasts.

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Introduction to Breathwork

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• What we'll do This includes a brief discussion of the Holotropic Breathwork method that was developed by psychiatrist Dr. Stanislav Grof and Christina Grof as a synthesis of different methods used in many world spiritual traditions to activate the psyche. A quiet, guided relaxation follows. Next, participants begin to breathe in a sustained, accelerated manner that continues for 1.5 hours to the accompaniment of evocative music. Each participant sets their own pace and is fully supported in their personal process by an experienced facilitator. • What to bring water bottle, eye mask. Wear comfortable clothes. • Important to know Contraindications include pregnancy, cardiovascular problems, severe hypertension, glaucoma, epilepsy, acute infectious illness, recent surgery or fractures, or a history of severe mental illness or psychiatric hospitalization. For information contact [masked]

Introduction to Breathwork

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• What we'll do This includes a brief discussion of the Holotropic Breathwork method that was developed by psychiatrist Dr. Stanislav Grof and Christina Grof as a synthesis of different methods used in many world spiritual traditions to activate the psyche. A quiet, guided relaxation follows. Next, participants begin to breathe in a sustained, accelerated manner that continues for 1.5 hours to the accompaniment of evocative music. Each participant sets their own pace and is fully supported in their personal process by an experienced facilitator. • What to bring water bottle, eye mask. Wear comfortable clothes. • Important to know Contraindications include pregnancy, cardiovascular problems, severe hypertension, glaucoma, epilepsy, acute infectious illness, recent surgery or fractures, or a history of severe mental illness or psychiatric hospitalization. For information contact [masked]

Introduction to Breathwork

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• What we'll do This includes a brief discussion of the Holotropic Breathwork method that was developed by psychiatrist Dr. Stanislav Grof and Christina Grof as a synthesis of different methods used in many world spiritual traditions to activate the psyche. A quiet, guided relaxation follows. Next, participants begin to breathe in a sustained, accelerated manner that continues for 1.5 hours to the accompaniment of evocative music. Each participant sets their own pace and is fully supported in their personal process by an experienced facilitator. • What to bring water bottle, eye mask. Wear comfortable clothes. • Important to know Contraindications include pregnancy, cardiovascular problems, severe hypertension, glaucoma, epilepsy, acute infectious illness, recent surgery or fractures, or a history of severe mental illness or psychiatric hospitalization. For information contact [masked]

Introduction to Breathwork

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• What we'll do This includes a brief discussion of the Holotropic Breathwork method that was developed by psychiatrist Dr. Stanislav Grof and Christina Grof as a synthesis of different methods used in many world spiritual traditions to activate the psyche. A quiet, guided relaxation follows. Next, participants begin to breathe in a sustained, accelerated manner that continues for 1.5 hours to the accompaniment of evocative music. Each participant sets their own pace and is fully supported in their personal process by an experienced facilitator. • What to bring water bottle, eye mask. Wear comfortable clothes. • Important to know Contraindications include pregnancy, cardiovascular problems, severe hypertension, glaucoma, epilepsy, acute infectious illness, recent surgery or fractures, or a history of severe mental illness or psychiatric hospitalization. For information contact [masked]

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