Holotropic Breathwork in Prague 28-29th February 2020

We cordially invite you to a two- day Holotropic Breathwork seminar in Prague. Holotropic Breathwork™ is a new approach to

Holotropic Club

Holotropic Club is focusing on providing Holotropic Breathwork™ events and complementary supportive work. The main idea is to offer safe space, time and support for inner journey, for adventure of self-discovery through holotropic state of consciousness.

Holotropic Breathwork™

Holotropic Breathwork™ is an experiential method of self-exploration and psychotherapy which was developed by Stanislav and Christina Grof. Thanks to this technique you can reach extraordinary state of consciousness, where a hidden healing potential can be found. We are used to saying Holotropic state of consciousness. It is simple combination of accelerated breathing, evocative music, and a bodywork technique. During the breathwork emotional blocks are released as well as various unexpressed feelings and energy. Healing potential is based on access to biographical, perinatal and transpersonal layers of unconsciousness. It is there where we can touch the psycho-spiritual roots of emotional and psychosomatic disorders.

Workshops in Prague 2020

17th – 18th January
28th – 29th February
3rd – 4th April
29th – 30th May

You can expect facilitators Magdalena Simeckova, Pavel Sevcik, Karel Fuller, Jana Vysoudilova, Lukas Srbecky and another colleagues and friends in training.

We invite You with love


Why To Do That?

Healing of emotional and psychosomatic disorders
Over the years, individual researchers conducted studies of the effects of Holotropic Breathwork and reported encouraging results in their papers and dissertations.

Effect on personality, worldview, life strategy, and hierarchy of values
In the process of systematic self-exprloration using holotropic states of
consciousness, sooner or later we come to the recognition that our deepest needs are not of material, but of spiritual nature.

Favorable effect on physical diseases
On a number of occasions, individuals suffering from chronic infections, such as sinusitis, pharyngitis, bronchitis, and cystitis, discovered in their breathwork sessions that the corresponding areas of their bodies were severely bioenergetically blocked.

Potential for healing of cultural wounds and historical conflict resolution
We have observed repeatedly that experiencing Holotropic Breathwork in a collective setting, witnessing the holotropic sessions of others, and sharing the experiences in groups rapidly dissolves language barriers and cultural, political, and religious differences.

In ancient and pre-industrial societies, breath and breathing have played a very important role in their cosmology, mythology, and philosophy, as well as in their ritual and spiritual practices.

Various breathing techniques have been used since time immemorial for religious and healing purposes. Since earliest times, virtually every major psychospiritual system seeking to comprehend human nature has viewed breath as a crucial link between nature, the human body, the psyche, and the spirit.