All of our graduates are expert level facilitators and each has developed their own personal strengths and unique ways of facilitating Breathwork during their 8-month training with us. This is a chance to customize your healing journey, and to hand pick the themes and Facilitators that you feel most called towards! More than that, it is a chance to be lovingly guided on a deep inner journey, and to experience the transformative power of Breathwork and breathing in community.
If there’s one thing in which Joost believes, it’s that life is naturally unfolding towards living out of the joy of being alive. All our inner work is for this, to become free of our tendencies that hold back love from it’s flow.
This is where “Open Curiousity” comes in. By coming into a sense of play, exploration and equanimity through a curious state of mind, we journey with the breath into our being and nourish the connection with the life that’s happening within.
natasha de grunwald
Over recent years many of us have been so influenced by the outside world and global problems we have lost touch with our innate essence and lost sight of our golden light
In this session Natasha will be guiding you through a process to help you create a more anchored, resourced and aligned state – with the exciting opportunity to create your life from the inside out
Courage stems from the latin Cor, the Heart. As the yogi of Kundalini once said:
“When there is no hope, you become the hope. Where there is darkness, you become the light. When there is all coward-ness, you become the courage.”
My invitation is to breathe and honor our inner strength, and stand up for our heart’s voice – Courage.
Mindfulness means being aware of the here and now and also of your inner and outer world. Conscious breathing is the first step to mindfulness. So come and join the journey to breath yourself into a mindful state and beyond into fullness – into Breathfullness. Breathing fully, opening up and bringing fullness into your body and into your life.
Polyvagal Theory is the science of Mammalian safety. Created by Professor Stephen Porges, it’s application to working with people creates a profound new lens with which to support our clients to find the safety they need to integrate any feelings, sensations, memories or emotions that might be awoken through Breathwork. This lens helps us understand and manage different nervous system states and to keep clients within the “integration zone”. This session will support you to understand the important aspects of Polyvagal theory, to apply it when needed with your clients and yourself.
During the motions we go about in our daily lives we move through these 3 state of awareness: un-, sub- and conscious. By training ourselves to recognize whenever we are interacting or operating out of the sub- or unconscious we can then learn to implement breath awareness to bring us back into the conscious part of the interaction and operation spectrum.
There is something more there for us to see than what meets the eye. What if we could see and feel the magic of things all around us? Can you get curious? Are you ready to explore the magic within your inner realms by using your breath? What is the magic that connects you to everything and everyone?
Are you tired of feeling stuck in the same old script? Want to jump out of the box and become the alchemist of your life? Would you like to know about the secret template that you are already a part of?
Join Anthony and the Alchemy trainers, and get a free sneak peek at the amazing “The Alchemist” Program.
You’ll also get a surprise exercise that will be a great takeaway, and may just change the way you look at your life, beliefs, and actions. Don’t hide your true feelings or swallow things that need to be said anymore. Take this chance for an upgrade – start your transformational journey with Alchemy!
Our bodies are treasure troves, guarding emotional memories that we and our ancestors have experienced. Some are familiar, easy to recognise and retrieve but most are not. Most are locked away in our nervous system or rigidly guarded by muscles. We don’t even know they are there yet they can teach us so much.
In this session we will use the breath to gently explore the body and create space, safety and a potential for these experiences to move, flow and be seen.
You and your inner critic are invited to join us for a conscious-connected breathwork journey and art. We will breathe with our Inner Critic and then will use art to express and visualize what our relationship with our Inner Critic looks and feels like – both in the metaphorical sense and in the “felt sense” of our bodies.
A celebration of you. From the ordinary to the special, from one season to the next. From the grace of the heart to love even the messy parts. We celebrate our place, not judging it at all. We take stock of what we have once desired, now living. And what’s on our hearts agenda, and already in motion. A celebration from the heart.
Surrendering is not synonymous with giving up. Surrendering is not a passive state of mind, it’s about allowing yourself to flow with the moment or current life situation. When moving into an energy of allowing we open up ourselves to the gift of the moment, what can we learn from this now, what is this feeling trying to convey to me, how can I move forward with more self awareness or self love/appreciation? Allow yourself to move into the energy of surrendering to receive and connect . Allow yourself to breathe into this place of resistance..give in, surrender, and release.
Reparenting is the practice of giving to ourselves what we need, that perhaps we didn’t receive as a child, or even that we need to continue receiving now but without a parental figure who fulfill these needs. In Buddhism teaching, we all suffer from parental wounding as long as we have parents – it is an integral part of our human journey, experience, and lesson. During this taster session of such deep work, we will be entering into a shamanic meditation to meet our inner child, before embarking on a breath journey whilst inviting them to join us.
Closure can take many forms, from the end of a relationship or job, to the death of a loved one. Instead of resisting closure or trying to hold on to what is passing, it is important to embrace it as a natural part of the cycle of life. By being fully present in this process we allow ourselves to feel our emotions fully, and embrace change. Let us learn to see closure not as an ending, but an opportunity for growth and transformation.
Emily Ray Henderson
Together we will breathe to all that is alive in your healing journey and invite wholeness.
Alchemy of Breath is not a medical practice and facilitators are not medical trained.
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