This paper describes the essential components of holotropic breathwork and the course of a holotropic session, and summarises the complementary approaches that can facilitate a good integration and follow-up of the session. Furthermore, this paper describes briefly the therapeutic potential of this technique, and also consider the physiological and biochemical mechanisms that might be involved […]Read More A Method of Therapy and Self-Exploration
Research has been conducted with regards to Holotropic Breathwork effectiveness. While our method is not strictly speaking the original Holotropic, it is close enough to allow extrapolation. Breathwork helps with emotional healing and personal growth. Holotropic breathing has the potential to improve self-awareness and stimulate a more positive outlook on life. The practice allows one […]Read More Benefits & Cautions
My credentials in short: Grad Dip Psychology studying towards a Masters Hypnotherapist Grof Transpersonal Breathwork Facilitator – training in progress Mindfulness-Based Therapy – training in progress Yoga teacher Martial Artist My interest in breathwork started many years ago when I started training in the traditional Japanese martial art of Aikido. Aikido emphasises the importance of […]Read More About Just Breath
In a Holotropic Breathwork session, participants lie down in a darkened room, and are instructed to breathe following a pattern meant to induce a non-ordinary state of consciousness. Specifically curated music plays through the length of the experience. One’s breath induces changes in both the psyche and the body, anchoring and defining their journey. Holotropic […]Read More What is Breathwork?
Our Breath Workshops are based on the Holotropic Breathing method with modifications (detailed at the end of this page): Our workshops run twice a month with a maximum of 10 participants. Bookings are handled on Eventbrite. The workshops book quickly, we keep a waiting list so let us know if you are interested in a […]Read More Breath Workshops