Grof Transpersonal Training® in Europe

GTT is a program for experiencing and studying Holotropic Breathwork™ and the transpersonal perspective. It is a two-track program that can be used either to become a certified practitioner or simply to experience this practice in a more in-depth format. It is the best way to spend time with HB co-developer and one of the founders of transpersonal psychology, Stanislav Grof. Although semi-retired.

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The certification program offers a high degree of flexibility to cater to individual preferences. There are five-and-a-half-day modules that you can participate in, often available in pairs, allowing you to choose one or both modules. These modules are available throughout the year and across three continents, enabling you to attend within your own region or even travel to other regions if you prefer. The option to attend multiple or just a few modules is available, aligning with the core principle of Holotropic Breathwork® (HB) that your inner wisdom guides your path.For individuals aspiring for certification, there are two distinct paths: Educational and Practitioner. 
Both pathways mandate attendance at seven modules and a two-week closing intensive. As part of the training, you'll engage in ten hours of consultation with a certified practitioner and participate in ten HB workshops, which also encompass those completed prior to initiating the training, involving both breathing sessions and the role of a "sitter." In addition, those pursuing Practitioner certification have the opportunity to become independent workshop leaders. However, this requires a commitment to apprentice at least four times at workshops led by previously certified practitioners prior to leading your own groups. It's important to note that Practitioner certification isn't guaranteed and rests with the discretion of the GTT core facilitator team. For those on the practitioner track, chances to practice as "floaters" at modules and to apprentice at workshops and modules are available. 
The term "floating" refers to the practice where facilitators or those in training move around the room during a Holotropic Breathwork® session. This immersive learning experience allows individuals to gain valuable insights into facilitating sessions and honing their skills.
In summary, the certification program's adaptable structure accommodates different preferences, with modules held across the globe. There are distinct tracks for certification, involving module attendance, consultation hours, and active participation in workshops. Practitioner certification entails additional apprenticeship and practical experience, all guided by the GTT core facilitator team.                                                                                               
In Europe, mandatory modules conducted online are no longer accepted for certification, and at most, just one online module is permissible. Otherwise, all GTT modules and workshops completed worldwide under the guidance of GTT-certified facilitators are considered valid components of the program.


You have the option to participate in modules even if you have no prior exposure to Holotropic Breathwork® and without needing to apply for the training beforehand. For the majority of events, simply get in touch with us to obtain registration details. When you reach the juncture of aiming for certification as a Holotropic Breathwork® practitioner, we encourage you to peruse the training information packet and fill out the training application packet.                                                  

Every module you attend will be retrospectively considered toward fulfilling your certification prerequisites. Following your initial attendance, you will receive notifications about forthcoming training events.

Currently GTT training (please click at the button GTT training) is taking place in the following European countries (in alphabetical order):  

- Austria                                                                                                                                                 

- Italy                                                                                                                                                                                        

- Poland                                                                                                                                                                                             

        For further information see GTT training under Events or contact the respective GTT staff members - see Network. Our new Website will coming soon.

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