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Holotropic Breathwork Workshop
Location: The Quiet Company, 511 King St West, Suite 302 ( King St 1 Block west of Spadina, south side. Parking is limited in the area Facilitated by Martin Stock and Kerri Michalica, Holotropic Breathwork facilitators assisted by Sharon Graham, Facilitator in training. The cost of the workshop is 150 $ (or 120 $ if you reserve by December 14th - with $50 deposit) To register, please email me: [masked] Workshop Schedule: Door opens at 9:00 am Opening circle starts at 9:30 am First Breathwork session ~11 am - 2 pm Second Breathwork session ~ 3 pm - 6 pm Everyone can Draw/ Eat Closing Circle – 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm A light lunch, snacks, and some herbal teas will be provided. All food is vegetarian/vegan. What you should bring: a blanket/sleeping bag, pillow and some form of sleeping mat (ie thermarest, yoga mat, etc – as padding to put between yourself and the floor); loose warm comfortable clothing (layers!); a water bottle and sleeping mask / Blindfold if you have one. There will be a brief introduction for those new to Grof Holotropic Breathwork during the opening Circle.

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