31st August, 1st & 2nd September, 2018
Breathe is delighted to welcome you to this weekend event, the first Breathwork festival in the UK. Breathwork is a wonderful and powerful healing modality, and we invite you to join us to experience it and more of your own personal and collective healing journeys in this beautiful and safe space.
It is a gift to you! An opportunity to relax and revive: to inhale and receive, to exhale and let go…........
To breathe in the elements, to nourish your body, mind and soul... walk in ancient woodland, lie on the grass, swim in the pool, play, stretch, dance, shake, move, explore, learn from and be guided by expert practitioners, experience the power of breathing together in a group... to all in all bring more peace, creativity and freedom to your life.
Held in the beautiful location of Gaunts House, near Wimborne deep in the Dorset countryside, Breathe is generously and lovingly supported by some of the world’s leading practitioners, speakers, movers and shakers in the Breathwork world and beyond. The key note speakers this year are Dan Brulé and Anthony Abbagnano. They, as well as Sophia Magdalena and Rebecca Dennis, will deliver group Breathwork and individual sessions. There will also be a fire and water ceremony to open the gathering with Vicky Sinclair and Robert Eagling-Vose, morning yoga with Jeannine Goh, a dance session with Louisa Love to help integrate the work done in the Breathwork sessions, and a gong bath with Roger Gong.
Please see the Programme page for more details of what's on.
With these wonderful practitioners and YOU we are really looking forward to this event and the expansion of our own experience of this one life, as well as the Breathwork community.
''As you breathe in cherish yourself. As you breathe out cherish all beings.’' Dalai Lama
Thank you for your interest and for supporting the intention to have this as an annual, accessible to all Breathwork event in the UK.
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“Smile, breathe and go slowly.” ― Thich Nhat Hanh.