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Double Holotropic Breathwork and Zen Meditation with Cyrus Bruton and team at Schloss Wasmuthhausen - 14th - 21st July 2019 - in german/ english

Jul 14, 2019

Past event

We are offering a residential retreat with double holotropic breathwork followed by a zen meditation with Cyrus.   The first part of the workshop is from the 14th to the 17th of July: double holotropic breathwork session Each participant will breath twice.   the second part of the workshop will be from the 18th to 21rst of July: zen meditation with Cyrus Bruton   The retreat can be booked as a whole or each aspect by itself. For more informations about holotropic breathwork: http://www.holotropic.com/ https://www.facebook.com/breathworkberlin/   For more informations about Cyrus Bruton: http://www.cyrusbruton.com/events/ REGISTRATION: Send us an email for Registration....


Double Holotropic Breathwork weekend at Rosenwaldhof near Berlin - 30th May - 2nd June 2019 - in german/ english - bank holiday weekend

May 30, 2019

Past event

We are offering a residential double holotropic breathworkworkshop at the Rosenwaldhof just outside of Berlin. The Workshop starts with a welcome meditation and an introduction to the theory and practice of Breathwork, offering a chance for people to ask questions and to get to know each other. The Breathwork takes place in pairs. When one partner breathes the other will sit and in the next session the roles are reversed. Sessions last approximately three hours. Participants are encouraged to allow whatever is happening to emerge as they breathe deeper and faster. Occasionally energy release work or bodywork is needed to...


Holotropic Weekend - Scotland - Adventures in Expanded States of Consciousness

Mar 15, 2019

Past event

What is Holotropic Breathwork? Holotropic Breathwork is a powerful approach to self-exploration and healing that integrates insights from modern consciousness research, anthropology, various depth psychologies, transpersonal psychology, Eastern spiritual practices, and mystical traditions of the world. The name Holotropic means literally "moving toward wholeness" (from the Greek "holos"=whole and "trepein"=moving in the direction of something). The process itself uses very simple means: it combines accelerated breathing with evocative music in a special set and setting. With the eyes closed and lying on a mat, each person uses their own breath and the music in the room to enter a non-ordinary...


Karin Bergmann


Berlin Germany