Holotropic Breathwork is one of the most powerful and effective techniques of experiential psychotherapy and deep self-exploration within the Transpersonal Psychology. Its purpose is to achieve greater self-understanding, expansion of self-identity and to facilitate access to the roots of emotional and psychosomatic problems. The word ‘holotropic’ suggests to overcome internal fragmentation, as well as a person’s sense of separation from the environment.
It is based on the great healing and transformative power of expanded or non-ordinary states of consciousness (Holotropic states), which can occur spontaneously or through psychological practices, rituals, mystical experiences or deep meditation.
Assisting a 1-day workshop you will have the opportunity of experimenting and getting to know the Holotropic Breathwork. The 1-day workshops are designed so that anyone can access the experience of Holotropic Breathwork. It is the ideal way to be introduced to the practice of Holotropic Breathwork and/or to continue a process of personal growth, therapy, self-exploration or healing.
The purpose of the workshops is to use the Holotropic Breathwork as a path to personal growth, healing or self-exploration in view of getting into the work with non-ordinary states of consciousness, with a skilful support and guidance..
Stanislav and Cristina Grof founded “Grof Transpersonal Training”, an organization placed in California which offers a training program in Holotropic Breathwork, based in Transpersonal Psychology. The training program started taking place basically in California but nowadays it is also possible to do it internationally. Spain is one of the countries in which the training is done, having a very vibrant international program already since 11 years. Modules are taught by Stanislav Grof, Tav Sparks and other teachers of GTT staff. Grof is not physically present in all modules. International modules management is in the care of Tav Sparks, GTT director and closest Stan Grof’s team member since he started his training in 1989.