During this weekend combining the powerful approaches of holotropic breathwork, equine-assisted learning and shamanic work for the very first time, you will remember how to regain access to your inner wisdom to unfold into a more joyful, lighter, grounded self and evolve into what you originally came to be in this world.
Your shamanic practitioner: Janka
Shamanic work comes very easily to most of us. It has supported humanity since its beginnings, and 99% of our ancestors have lived in shamanic cultures. The shamanic view of the Q’eros from Peru, where I source from, uses the image of the « inner garden of our soul », a garden that has personal, transpersonal and even multidimensional parts. Shamanic work offers you seeds and tools to labour the soil of this inner garden of your soul so that she can grow and flourish into the beauty she is meant to be. This helps you to let go of your personal stories, both ancestral and your own traumas and draw from the experiences and wisdom of all those who have come here before and prepared your space.
Your holotropic practitioner: Luccio
Holotropic breathwork is based on the knowledge of shamans, mystics and the wisdom traditions and transposes them in combination with modern consciousness research into the modern western world. Using breath, music and energy releasing bodywork, it offers a safe and powerful access to non-ordinary states of consciousness and the possibilities of healing and transformation. At the core of this work is the idea of a inner healing wisdom: each person carries within herself the knowledge and power to sense what is good and helpful for her. We learn to hear, listen to and to trust our very own inner healing wisdom. This brings us closer to the path we have chosen for ourselves and enables us to take responsibility for our own well-being.
Your horse assisted education practitioner: Eva
Throughout the ages, horses have been invaluable collaborators with humans and trailblazers for mankind. Today horses have become vital allies for anyone seeking personal growth. As Winston Churchill once emphasized: “there’s something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man”. Horses offer us consistent and compassionate feedback and throw a light on the limiting effects of our thoughts and actions, thus allowing us to develop a new perspective on our life. Horses have many qualities which make them unique teachers for increasing an individual’s self-empowerment and encouraging personal growth. Four of these qualities are particularly pertinent to our work: their size, their social behaviour, their sensitivity, and their magic ability to make the invisible visible!