Holotropic Breathwork Retreat
The Breath as Sacred Medicine
An amazing journey of expanded states of consciousness through this renowned natural practice created by Stan Grof
Saturday, 8 September 2018 • 9.30am-7pm • PAUSE Mui Wo
Holotropic Breathwork is a powerful approach to self-exploration and healing that integrates insights from various practices including psychology, anthropology and Eastern spiritual practices. Anyone seeking healing for past problems or psychosomatic blockage may benefit from the practice, as well as those seeking insight, guidance or access to intuition and creativity.
What to expect
Holotropic Breathwork combines accelerated breathing with evocative music and close one-on-one supervision in order to access insight and healing in non-ordinary states of consciousness. With the eyes closed and lying on a mat, each person uses their own breathing – supported by the music -- to enter a non-ordinary state of consciousness. Holotropic breathing is faster and deeper than usual; generally no other specific instructions are given before or during the session as to the rate, pattern, and nature of breathing. The experience is entirely internal and largely non-verbal, without interventions.
Entering a non-ordinary state of consciousness, in this context, activates the natural inner healing process, generating experiences unique to each person for that particular time and place. Breathers often experience recurring themes, but no two breathwork sessions are ever the same.
FRIDAY, 7 September
7.00-8.30pm: Introductory talk required for first timers to attend at a Central location
SATURDAY, 8 September
9:30am Earthing on Silvermine Bay beach, Mui Wo
10:00am Holotropic Breathwork Part I
1:30pm Lunch break on the beach
2:30pm Holotropic Breathwork Part II
6:00pm Sharing & Tea Time
Further reading about this potent practice:
Early Bird before 25 August: $1,300
Introductory offer for first timers: $1200
Subject to 3% payment fee for online payments.
Please note that the number of tickets available is limited and securing a place is on a first-come-first-serve basis.