Double Holotropic Breathwork Workshop in Érd (Budapest) 12-15 April 2018

The workshop will be held at the natural, yet easily accessible Regina Mundi Monastery in Érd, in the suburbs of Budapest. The group will be supported by an experienced international GTT facilitator team. Likewise, we expect participants from several countries. The workshop will be held in English with Hungarian translation. The double breathwork residential format (2 sessions as breather, 2 sessions as sitter) besides the beauty of nature deepens all the preparation, the breathwork experience and the initial integration. In this setting you have the opportunity to experience the adventure of self-discovery in a true human community.

We have space for 22 participants. Due to the intense interest and the limited number of places, if you want to register, please do it as soon as possible by sending back the registration form to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and by paying the deposit.

Venue name

Regina Mundi Monastery

Facilitators

Balázs Rákóczi

After obtaining his masters degree in psychology he started to work on the field of neurorehabilitation. Currently he works on the field of organisational development as a trainer and coach and he is the technical director of a startup company that organises courses about neurofeedback and sells neuro- and biofeedback devices. Breathwork brought a major change to his life. He is passionate about discovering his inner world and it makes him deeply grateful that he can be present at many ...

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Csaba Sőti

As a physician and scientist, Csaba has been working in the fields of stress, aging and learning. Currently he investigates the impact of early life memories on bodyly-mental patterns and health. As a university staff, he teaches in the medical curriculum. In his coaching and therapeutic work he relies on a broad background in states of expanded awareness and body oriented approaches, including work in ritual frames. Work in these contexts possesses a profound healing potential not only on life ...

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Minh Tu Nguyen

She was born in Vietnam, lives in Budapest, Hungary for 20 years. Graduated as a dentist, obtained her Ph.D. in molecular biology. She is a fan of felines, from the jaguar through her two cats. She has extensive experience with experiential therapies, such as imagination, psychodrama, dance and expressive arts. She certified as Holotropic Breathwork Practitioner in 2016. Her aim is to create a supportive, empowering women’s community nourishing female values and sharing wisdom.

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Price

Early bird price : 250 EUR

Participants are only eligible for early bird price if  both the deposit is paid and the application form is submitted till 09.03.2018.

Full price: 310 EUR

Please contact us, if you feel strong calling, but your financial situation is inadequate (such as students and unemployed).

 

Location

Érd, Tárnok út 11, 2030 Hungary   The Queen of the World Monastery is located in a natural setting near Budapest. The beautiful place offers a unique opportunity for deep inner work and the hospitality of the nuns give the participants a unique experience throughout the workshop. 

Érd, Tárnok út 11, 2030 Hungary

 

The Queen of the World Monastery is located in a natural setting near Budapest. The beautiful place offers a unique opportunity for deep inner work and the hospitality of the nuns give the participants a unique experience throughout the workshop. 

Payment Details

Account holder: Dr. Csaba Sőti
Bank: MagNet Bank, 1062 Budapest, Andrássy út 98. (SWIFT/BIC: HBWEHUHB)
IBAN: HU91162002231005812100000000
Notice: HB 2018.04. + name of participant
Please add 15 EUR for bank transfer and conversion costs. 

Cancellation Policy

Nonrefundable deposit is 150 EUR. In case of cancellation the nonrefundable deposit will not be reimbursed. 

Travel Information

The monastery is in Érd which is a suburb of Budapest.

The venue is close to both the E60 and E71 highways. 

Driving distance:
Bratislava, Slovakia: 2 hours; Zagreb, Croatia: 3 hours; Ljubljana, Slovenia: 4 hours; Prague, Czech Republic: 4.5 hours

In case you're coming by train or by plane please feel free to contact us via e-mail (holotropic.hungary@gmail.com) and we'll help you to organize your travel to the venue. 

A week before the workshop we'll launch an online car sharing so participants may come together.