ABOUT HOLOTROPIC BREATHWORK
The Grof's offer a comprehensive vision of mental health and of human growth potential that extends the range of psychology dimensions of the perinatal, the transpersonal, the transcultural and mystical. Their work organically incorporates the indigenous wisdom of shamanism and the natural world, the cultural and historical basis of consciousness, and the far reaching breadth of modern physics and systems theory. On it, the personal and the universal are equally valued, the physical and the biographical, the cultural, evolutionary and spiritual
dimensions of our humanity are included. Jack Kornfield
WHAT IS HOLOTROPIC BREATHWORK?
(From The Holotropic Breathwork Facilitator Manual by Kylea Taylor, p.9)
"Holotropic Breathwork is an elegantly simple, minimalist ritual using elements that support the healing with non-ordinary states of consciousness with
protection, permission, and connection.
Breathwork invites non ordinary/expanded states of consciousness.
Breathwork is important in many spiritual systems.
Breathwork is used in labor and delivery.
Breathwork is used to control anxiety in therapy and for medical procedures.
Prolonged connected breaths strengthen awareness of our normally repressed connections to self others, and the inner healer"
FREQUENT ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT HOLOTROPIC BREATHWORK:
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN TRAINING IN HOLOTROPIC BREATHWORK:
GROF TRANSPERSONAL TRAINING
Mireya certified by Grof Transpersonal Training (GTT) in 1993. She has been senior GTT training staff in the Holotropic Breathwork facilitator certification process in Mexico and the United States since 2002. And has facilitated at different international venues such as the International Transpersonal Association Conference in Manaos, Brasil - Technologies of the Sacred, Ireland and many other events with Stan and Christina Grof, Tav Sparks and
other Grof staff members. Mireya crafted a training module for the training called "The art and practice of Integration- A creative soul-full approach", which she taught in Kiev, Ukraine in 2014.
GTT is a program for experiencing and studying Holotropic Breathwork and the transpersonal perspective. It is a two-track program that can be used either to become a certified practitioner, or to do personal work. Most modules involve an in-depth format in a six day residential setting. Besides the practice and theory of HB, modules' topics have included: Shamanism, The Books of the Dead, The Cosmic Game, Astrology, Spirituality and Addiction, Death and Dying, Gender, Modern Popular Culture, and others. A special annual event is "Ecstatic Remembrance," the Kirtan (chanting) module led by Jai Uttal (nominated for a 2002 Grammy
for his album Mondo Rama).
For more information go to www.holotropic.com