2022-10-09



GTT Module - The Art of Living and Dying - A Dance to the Music of Time
Taught by Jean Farrell, 
9th-14th October 2022

Join us for an in-depth exploration of the fascinating human journey, from conception to death and rebirth.

In embarking on this adventure, we may begin to “DANCE” with the music of time, rather than moving through life, resisting the flow toward death. Such a shift gives us the opportunity to fulfill our deepest life purposes, and let go consciously of what keeps us from embracing this crucial process of transformation.

By viewing life and death through the lens of Holotropic Paradigm, we are able to explore, in depth, the triple dynamic and experience of death-birth-rebirth.

We will draw upon some of the world’s leading paradigms of the death/rebirth process, including:

  • The work of Stephen Levine and Elizabeth Kubler Ross
  • The shamanic practice of working with mortality
  • The contributions of Ralph Metzner and Timothy Leary, including their references to the Tibetan Book of the Dead

We will also explore the fascinating and powerful impact of near-death experiences on our everyday experience of living. This unique journey in facing our mortality offers us a profound opportunity to enrich our own unique life journey. The process will be deeply experiential. In addition to Holotropic Breathwork® sessions, the week’s inner adventures will involve creative exercises, including art, as well as participation in other modalities of psychospiritual journeying.

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GTT Staff


Jean Farrell

Facilitator

GTT facilitator and trainerBorn in England, Jean has lived in Ireland for thirty years with her husband and the children and young people they have fostered. In England she worked as a senior lecturer...

Thomas Liska

Facilitator and Organiser

Thomas Liska is GTT Director Austria and together with Sonja Busch founder of the Holotropic Association of Europe with extensive experience working in Ukraine, Slovenia, Slovakia, Hungary, Spain...

Sonja Busch

Facilitator and Organiser

Sonja is GTT Director Austria and Founder of the European Association for Holotropic Breathwork. She works in private practice as Bowen Body Therapist and Clinical Supervisor. Specialised in...

Paul McCormack

Facilitator and Organiser

Paul has been facilitating Holotropic Breathwork since the early 1990's and has run workshops all over the world in addition to here in Ireland. Paul is a qualified and accreditated Psychotherapist /...

Marina Trots

Facilitator

Born 1971 in UkraineHer academic background includes Psychology - International University Kiev 2008Education in process-oriented Psychology 2010 in MoskauCertified Facilitator in Holotropic Breathwor...


General Information

Schedule: from October 9th at 9:30 am (Registration starts at 9:30 am, Opening circle starts at 11:00 am sharp) to October 14th at 12:30 pm. Please plan your travel arrangements accordingly so we can start on time.

This module will be taught in English. Translation into German will be done in case there would be a group of 5 or more people who need it.

In this module, the participants have the opportunity to get to know the practical experience of Holotropic Breathwork. The sessions will be directed by Sonja Busch, Thomas Liska, Peter Köllerer, Rachel Bongartz and Jean Farrell. During the six days of the module, each participant will have the experience of four sessions of Holotropic Breathwork, two as "breather" and two as "sitter". Besides theoretical presentations and breathwork sessions, during the module, there will be arts, music, movies and group integration time. 

You will receive information in regards to Covid protection upon registration.To participate in the module

it is not necessary to have previous experience in Holotropic Breathwork. It is required to complete a brief confidential medical form.


Price

Early bird price for the GTT Module “The Art of Living and Dying” is € 858,- ink. 20%VAT payment before 8th September 2022.
When registering after 8th September 2022 the regular price is € 978,- ink. 20%VAT. 
The hotel-room will be extra and direct payed in the hotel.
Full-board 83 Euro /night in a double room or 93 Euro/night in a single room.
Website of Hotel Friedrichshof: http://www.hotel-friedrichshof.com

WE DO THE RESERVATION FOR YOU !

Please be aware that we only have a very limited number of single rooms available that will be distributed in the order of application! Therefore, we cannot guarantee that we can provide accommodation in a single room for you, but there is a good chance to get one.

The price includes the GTT module Training between October 9th to 14th 2022 and two plentiful coffee-tea breaks every day.
Accommodation with full board is ordered by us and payed direct in Hotel Friedrichshof. 

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Venue Name

Seminarhotel Friedrichshof

Römerstraße 2
2424 Zurndorf
Burgenland/Österreich

https://www.hotel-friedrichshof.com/



Location

Römerstraße 2,, Zurndorf Austria, 2424



Payment Details

You will receive Payment information after your registration is completed.

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Cancellation Policy

The cancellation fee is always EUR 100,- for a GTT module.

If you cancel the module within 30 days before the course, the course fee will not be refunded, but could be applied to any other module or workshop with the Holotropic Association Austria (minus the cancellation fee).
If you cancel the workshop more than a month in advance the total amount minus 100,- EUR cancellation fee will be refunded.
If the organization should cancel the event due to any reason, the entire amount paid for the course will be refunded to the participants. Please note: The organisation will not take any responsibility for any additional expenses the cancellation may cause to the participant such as for example travel expenses.


Travel Information

Traveling by car:

Hotel Friedrichshof is located close to Vienna and Bratislava in Burgenland in Austria.

Driving distance from the Airport: 35 min
Driving distance from Bratislava: 37 min
Driving distance from Zagreb/Ljubljana: 4 hours