WHAT DOES A HOLOTROPIC BREATHWORK WORKSHOP LOOK LIKE?
A one day Holotropic Breathwork workshop starts with an introduction talk the night before the workshop. This talk is a wonderful way to get to know this work, as well as a preparation before the workshop. It is generally free and open to the public. Those that are curious can attend without committing to the workshop.
The workshop itself usually starts at 9 am with an introductory circle to get to know those in the group, who will be co-experiencing this process with you. After the personal introductions we have a break, during which the group get's into dyads to create the "sitter/breather" duets. In a Holotropic group, participants work in pairs and alternate between the roles of "breather/experiencer" and "sitter/companion".
There are two breathwork sessions of approximately 2 and a half to three hours, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. After the morning session, there is a lunch break and then a second session in the afternoon. After the second session we have a small "soup break" and at the end of the day we have our sharing integration circle.
We usually end our evening around 8:30 pm
Even though it sounds like a very long day for two sessions, we really use every moment of the day and this amount of time works really well to support the
depth of these experiences.
We ask for a commitment to stay for the full length of the workshop.