Participants close their eyes, lie down on a mat and after short guided relaxation, use their own breath to enter the holotropic state. Evocative music helps to activate connection to the natural inner healing process of the psyche in which individual and unique biographical, perinatal, and transpersonal fields could be explored through visions, memories, and/or movements. there are common themes in this experience but every session is unique. This work happens in pairs where the sitter is present and holding a space for the breather. in the second holotropic session, these roles are exchanged.
08.00 am Arriving
08.30 : 10.00 am Introduction and Q&A
10.30 : 01.30 pm First Breathing Session
01.30 : 02.00 pm Mandala Drawing
02.00 : 03.00 pm Lunch
03:00 : 06.00 pm Second Breathing Session
06.00 : 07.00 pm Mandala Drawing & Break
07.00 : 08.30 pm Sharing circle and Integration
Snacks, fruits, tea, and coffee will be provided during the day.
Vegetarian Hot Lunch will be served.
Dory Perry has an MSEd with a focus on Writing and Literacy and
certified as a Holotropic Breathwork Facilitator in June of 2005 through the
Grof Transpersonal Training (GTT). She is now a staff member of GTT
and serves as on facilitating teams for GTT training modules as well as a variety of weekend workshops in the U.S. She spent the majority of her life working as a professional musician and is also a filmmaker and writer, with a particular interest in the power of music, writing and visual storytelling as healing and integrative practices. Originally from the tropics, she resides in Pittsburgh where she offers regular Holotropic Breathwork workshops in the area.