Integrating the Fragmented Self - A Workshop with Jean Farrell on Trauma Healing, 6 - 11 November 2017

Integrating the “Fragmented Self”

A workshop on Trauma and Healing with Jean Farrell

"Trauma creates a change you don't choose. Healing creates a change you do choose."
(Michelle Rosenthal)

This largly experiential and interactive workshop will focus on the following aspects of trauma healing:

  • The impact of trauma on psychological, physical and emotional well-being
  • Strategies we develop for “survival” – effective or not?
  • Potential and strategies for integration, wholeness and healing, in particular the role of Holotropic Breathwork
  • The Power of Presence
  • Links to the perinatal

Agenda

We will start at on 6 November at 10:00 am and close on 11th November at lunch time. A detailed schedule will be given shortly before the workshop.

Registration

To register please fill in the registration and medical form and send it back to info@holotropic-association.eu. If you have any severe physical or mental conditions please contact Thomas Liska (+43 699 17187915) or Sonja Busch (+43 699 12346253) in advance to exclude any possible contraindications.


GTT Staff


Facilitators

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 staff member and together with Sonja Busch founder of the Holotropic Association of Europe with extensive experience working in Ukraine, Slovenia, Hungary, Spain, USA, UK, Tur...

Peter Köllerer

Facilitator

Peter studied Law in Linz, San Diego and Oxford. He is a recording artist and music producer and also works an office job, taking care of properties and investments. For more than 20 years Peter’s p...

Sonja Busch

Facilitator and Organiser

Sonja is GTT staff member. She works as supervisor supporting professionals in the psychosocial field. Specialized in trauma supervision she has a broad background in working in the areas of gender ba...

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 /...


Price

Early bird price for the workshop in Peace Castle Schlaing is € 500,- (registration and payment before 2nd October 2017). When registering after 2nd October 2017 the price is € 620,-. This includes the workshop with lectures, 4 breathworks and two plentifull coffee breaks every day.

Hotel accommodation in Hotel Peace Castle Schlaining (http://www.hotel.friedensburg.at/) including full board costs € 58,- for a double and € 70,- for a single room per person and night and will be paid directly with the hotel. When registering please state which kind of room you wish and be aware that there is only a limited number of single rooms available.


Venue Name

Peace Castle Schlaining


Location

Rochusplatz 1 A

A-7461 Stadtschlaining

Austria


Payment Details

Easybank
Holotropic Association
Otto-Probst-Platz 8/1/14
1100 Wien, Austria
SWIFT: EASYATW1
IBAN: AT42 1420 0200 1095 2132
Reference Code: Trauma Healing + name of participant


Cancellation Policy

The cancellation fee is € 50,- any time you cancel the workshop.

If you cancel the workshop within 30 days before the start, the whole workshop amount will not be refunded, but after deducting the € 50,- cancellation fee it could be applied to any other workshop or Module during the following 4 years (with Holotropic Association Europe).

If you cancel the workshop more than 30 days in advance the total amount (minus the 50 Euro cancellation fee) will be refunded.


Travel Information

If you travel by car

The 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

Map: https://goo.gl/maps/WV23uW3wB542

If you travel 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 the last day 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 airport 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 and Graz 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 as well as Graz - 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.