The workshop includes a friday evening opening circle from 7:30 - 9:30pm plus a full saturday of breathwork from 8:45 to 7:30pm. This is an experiential workshop where each participant will have the opportunity to experience Holotropic Breathwork as both a sitter and a breather.
The workshop includes an opening circle on the Friday evening with an opportunity to meet the other participants in the workshop, hear a brief introduction to the practice of Holotropic Breathwork as well as the chance to choose a partner for the following day's breathwork session. The Friday evening session is also a good opportunity to ask any questions you may have regarding Holotropic Breathwork. A small ceremony / ritual / experiential exercise will also be a part of the opening circle.
Two Breathwork sessions
The Saturday includes a morning and an afternoon breathwork session, where you will participate as a breather in one of the sessions and also sit for your partner in the other session.
Mandala, integration and sharing.
After each session there is the opportunity to start the integration process by creating a mandala / artwork of your experience. We will close the saturday with a closing sharing circle where participants will have the chance to share the experience of their breathwork session.
Participants who are new to breathwork, will need to have a phone conversation with one of our facilitators so we can cover some introductory information covering Holotropic Breathwork as well as a chance for the participant to share any relevant information regarding previous experience of Holotropic breathwork or other practices. Please note: The introductory phone call can take between 30 minutes to one hour. Please get in contact with either Anthony or Ruth using the details listed below.
Anthony Olsen is a Melbourne based psychotherapist and Holotropic Breathwork practitioner. He incorporates transpersonal perspectives within a relational model, offering both Holotropic breathwor...
With a diverse background in culture/arts/environmental/ social justice/ youth work and Indigenous Medicines Therapy, Ruth Langford divides her time into endeavors that reflect her passion for uniting...
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85 Gillies St, Fairfield Australia, 3078
Fairfield is 8km from Melbourne's city center.
The venue is an easy two minute walk from Fairfield station and an approximate 40 minute car journey from Melbourne Tullamarine airport.
Friday: There is usually ample parking near the church on the Friday night.
Saturday: All day parking for the Saturday can be found on Bastings St a few minutes from the church. See Map.
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