Global Breathwork Day 2019 – April 12 &13
April 13, 2018 has been declared the ninth annual Global Breathwork Day, which is celebrated around the world to offer a larger, international group experience for all participants. Usually beginning somewhere in Australia, the Saturday events kick off in a westerly direction, with the last workshops starting on the west coast of North America about 18 hours later. It enables us to connect in a significant way individually and collectively even if we are not all in one physical space. Previously, as many as 76 Holotropic Breathwork workshops took place on this day in 26 different countries. It’s a special opportunity to join the worldwide human community and help build a “quantum wave of breathwork” traveling around the Earth’s time zones.
Many believe that there is no separation between the healing of each of us as individuals, and the healing of the human species, and the healing of the planet. Global Breathwork Day is an opportunity to celebrate the interface of our own inner journey and the greater world around us.
So join us — give yourself the gift of a day to journey inwardly, and to explore your connection and interdependence with all the people around the world who share this planet, and are also working on their own healing – in the world community.
Join us Friday evening, Apr. 12 and all day Saturday, April 13 at the lovely Amazing Grace Spiritual Center in Ballard. Give yourself the gift of self-care, and also contribute to healing on the global level!
Friday, Apr. 12 – 6:30 to 9:30 pm
Saturday, Apr. 13 – 9:00 am to 9:00 pm.
We’ll be breathing in the beautiful, recently renovated sanctuary at the Amazing Grace Spiritual Center in Ballard, which is affiliated with the Center for Spiritual Living in Seattle.
Keeping with our tradition in previous years, we will be welcoming a special guest to help us support the journey on Friday evening.
Stan Grof’s Personal Invitation
We hope you can join us for Global Breathwork Day!
If you have any questions about the workshop, or about the breathwork, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.