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:
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.
We will start on 17th November at 9:30 am with registration and close on 22th November at lunch time (around 1 pm). A more detailed schedule will be given shortly before the event.
More details on pricing, travel information etc. you can find below or directly in the registration form. If you feel like indulging in an intense two week experience combining this module with the workshop "Every Body Knows" please be aware that we offer a special rate for tis (see Price below).
Early bird price for the GTT Module on the Art of Living and Dying in Peace Castle Schlaing is € 1.120,- in a double room and € 1.220,- in a single room (registration and payment before 25th October 2019).
When registering after 25th October 2019 the price is € 1.240,- in a double room and € 1.340,- in a single room.
The price includes the GTT module with accomodation and full board in Hotel Peace Castle Schlaining (http://www.hotel.friedensburg.at/) between 17th and 22nd November and two plentiful coffee-tea breaks every day. When registering please state which kind of room you wish and be aware that there is only a limited number of single rooms available.
If you feel like indulging into an in-depth experience and combining the two November weeks in Peace Castle Schlaining "The Art of Living and Dying with Jean Farrell" and "Every Body Knows with Defne Erdur" we will offer a special rate of EUR 1730,- for both weeks in a double room. This includes both Breathwork weeks with food and accommodation for the respective dates. The in-between nights from 22-24 November are extra.
If you need any further information please contact us at email@example.com.
Peace Castle Schlaining
LocationRochusplatz 1 Stadtschlaining, Austria, A-7461
To reserve your place please transfer the full amount when registering for the workshop. To benefit from the early bird price please transfer until 23th October 2019.
Please use the following Bank Account:
1100 Wien, Austria
IBAN: AT42 1420 0200 1095 2132
Reference Code: Living and dying + Your Name (name of participant)
The cancellation fee is always 100 Euro.
If you cancel the module within 30 days before the course, the amount transferred will not be refunded, but it could be applied to any other workshop or Module during the following 4 years (with Holotropic Association Austria).
If you cancel the workshop more than 30 days in advance the total amount (minus the 100 Euro cancellation fee) will be refunded.
If the organisation is cancelling:
If the organisation should cancel the event due to any reason, the entire amount paid for the cancelled event will be refund to the participants.
Important: The organisation will not take responsibilities for any additional expenses the cancellation may cause to the participant, as for example, travel expenses (flight tickets, car rental, etc.)
Traveling by car:
Peace Castle Schlaining is located in the Southern part of Austria.
Driving distance from Vienna: 1.5 hours
Driving distance from Bratislava: 2 hours
Driving distance from Zagreb/Ljubljana: 2.5 hours
Traveling by plane
Vienna International Airport (VIE)http://www.viennaairport.com/en/passengers
Bratislava (BTS)http://www.bts.aero/en/passengers/, from Bratislava airport a direct bus goes to Vienna.
From Vienna airport a direct bus goes five times a day to Pinggau (half an hour from Peace Castle Schlaining). For those arriving to Vienna a day before the starting day we will try to assist in arranging car sharing opportunities or if this does not work out arrange a transfer possibility from Pinggau to Schlaining. For the return on Sunday we can organize a transfer to Pinggau bus station after the closure of the workshop for the busses departing at 15:20 and 17:40.
The bus schedule looks as follows:
Airport Vienna - Pinggau and return Pinggau - Airport Vienna
10:30 - 11:50------------------03:40 - 05:10
13:10 - 14:30------------------05:40 - 07:10
16:10 - 17:30------------------07:40 - 09:10
18:10 - 19:30------------------10:30 - 12:00
20:10 - 21:30------------------13:00 - 14:30
22:10 - 23:30------------------15:20 - 16:50
00:10 - 01:30------------------17:40 - 19:10
You can also check the link here: Bus airport Vienna - Pinggau
The other possibility is to go from Vienna airport to Vienna center and take the bus from Vienna Center (Karlsplatz or Matzleinsdorfer Platz/Triester Strasse) to Oberwart, which is ten minutes from Schlaining.
Public transport by bus from Vienna City Center
is available regulary from Vienna to Oberwart (10 min from Schlaining). Also here we try to organize a transfer to Schlaining or you can take a taxi. Bus schedule Vienna - Oberwart: Download here
What to do in Stadtschlaining
Stadtschlaining is located in the Thermal Spa area of Austria with Volcanic waters allowing for a beautiful relaxing expereince. The closest spa is a 15 minute taxi drive away in Bad Tatzmannsdorf: http://www.avita.at/de.html
Furthermore, you can explore the beautiful nature around Stadtschlaining on several hiking paths and visit the castle and its Peace Museum.