Telecommunication Engineer and Psychologist. Post degree studies in Integrative Psychotherapy and Strategic Therapy.
Trained in the therapeutic use of Non Ordinary States of Consciousness. Trained in MDMA assisted-psychotherapy for PTSD by MAPS. Has been a Team Leader and Trainer in emergency psychological assistance teams at Boom Festival (Kosmicare 2010-2016).
Collaborates with ICEERS by offering integration psychotherapy session for people in challenging situations after experiences in non ordinary states of consciousness.
Has facilitated workshops in Barcelona, Switzerland, Romania, Israel and Slovenia. Works as a psychologist in Barcelona and is doing research into the therapeutic applications of Holotropic Breathwork.
Practices yoga and aikido yoshinkan.
Member of Grof Transpersonal Training Staff.
The Holotropic Paradigm: The Psyche, The Inner Healer & Moving Toward Wholeness By Sitara Blasco, with Juanjo Segura, Jean Farrell, Marc Aixalà and Jasmina Hrapovic This module offers an exciting exploration of the philosophy, principles, and strategies underlying the experience and practice of Holotropic Breathwork. Topics included in the module: Origin of Holotropic Breathwork. Holotropic Principles and strategy. The power of the Inner Healer and moving toward wholeness. The Holotropic Lineage in the context of the history of psychology. Presence: the discipline required to become an effective Holotropic Breathwork practitioner. Intervention during the session and closure. During the module,...
Therapeutic Use of Substances under the Holotropic Paradigm By Marc Aixalà and Sitara Blasco, with Juanjo Segura, Jean Farrell and Jasmina Hrapovic Topics in this module: 1. Workshop presentation 2. General characteristics of substance induced non ordinary states of consciousness 3. Types of substances: etymology and classifications 4. Cultural and geographic uses of therapeutic substances 5. General principles of supporting non ordinary states of consciousness with substances 6. Distinctive features of various substances 7. Integration of the experience: relevant approach of each substance 8. When things don’t go as expected: a. Emergency intervention during the experience ...