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      Breathwork Circle - Just Breath in Albury

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      November 17, 2019

      Sunday   2:00 PM

      Corner Henderson Road and Wyndham Street
      Albury, New South Wales

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      Breathwork Circle - Just Breath

      In a "Just Breath" 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 evocative music plays through the length of the experience. One's breath induces changes in both the psyche and the body — one's breath anchoring and defining their journey. "Just Breath" method is based on the Holotropic Breathwork (HB) method created by Stan Grof. One of Stan's specialty was the use LSD to facilitate psychological treatment. When LSD became illegal, he created the HB method as a replacement, to induce non-ordinary states of consciousness. "Just Breath" method comes with important differences: length: our workshops are 3.5 hour-long in average, HB workshops typically run for a whole day from 9am to 7pm no sitter role: with HB, participants take turn between the breather and sitter role; "Just Breath" workshops solely focus on the breather role. no bodywork: HB facilitators may provide bodywork to participants that require it in their journey; we are not providing bodywork The workshops are run by trainees of the HB method, working towards certification Breathwork Music The first part of "Just Breath" music set is designed to facilitate physical release and includes music with a driving, rhythmic beat. This can include such things as tribal drumming and certain types of electronic music. The second part is designed to facilitate emotional release. The third hour is designed to facilitate the integration of the experience and can include sacred chants. The final piece often includes nature sounds to help participants return from their journey and ground themselves back into an ordinary state of consciousness. Journaling After a Breathwork workshop, participants are encouraged to express or record their experience by journaling. This approach to "owning the experience" and expressing it non-verbally has deep roots in native cultures as well as in Art Therapy. SHARING GROUP Participants are encouraged to share their experiences at the end of the workshop. This sharing group helps participants validate their experience and deepens, intensifies, and expedites the therapeutic process. The sharing group is completed by a discussion regarding what might come up in the days following the workshop and suggestions to the participants regarding the integration of the Breathwork experience when they go back into their everyday lives. More info on our site

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