Denver, CO: Primordial Breathwork™ w/ Ceremonial Cacao
Facilitated by Roman Hanis, Cynthia Robinson and Emily Goughary
April 21, 2020
This Primordial Breathwork™ workshop is inspired by the Amazon and Tibet ancestral lineages.
This multidimensional practice rekindles your original connection with the essence of vitality by awakening inherently natural, higher vibrational frequencies of your organism. The practice also aids in the location and elimination of psychosomatic sources of disease, tensions, inhibitions and repressed emotions. Ancient, cathartic and healing breath patterns are applied throughout the ceremony, activating and purifying your ancient memory at the cellular level.
This ancient practice is somewhat similar to more recently developed methods, including the Rebirthing method by Leonard Ore, and Holotropic Breathwork, by Stanislav Grof. Primordial Breathwork™ however is rooted in living inter-generational wisdom , reﬂected in both Tibetan and Amazonian cultures as a conduit of experiential insight into the nature of existence. Another distinct benefit of this practice is the synchronization of the breath via awareness, sound, drumbeat and cyclical rhythm, which ultimately reveals the pulse of life force in nature to be an infinitely diverse and uniﬁed consciousness.
The cosmology and the theoretical background of this practice relates to the hero’s conscious journey towards the original state of unconditional presence. In Tibetan and Amazonian cultures, this primordial state is a most vital evolutionary portal to an infinite source of creative life force. This experiential practice cultivates a deeply restful state, allowing life force to flow and be expressed more freely.
An optional and complementary ceremonial cacao drink is offered at the event. Cacao is an ancient Amazonian plant spirit invoked for a heart-soul awakening of the energetic and emotional transformation.
Pre-registration is required, as space is limited.
IMPORTANT Preparation Information:
- Do NOT eat 1 hour before this practice
- If you’re taking any pharmaceutical medications or have a history of mental illness, a heart condition, or are pregnant, you must inform us prior to the session. These questions will be asked on your application form.
- The first hour of the session will be devoted to a talk sharing the theory, cultural context, lineage and technique of the practice.
- Following the talk there are two main phases to the breathwork which will last around 2.5 hours. The first phase is a standing practice involving movement, followed by a meditation into the second phase of the practice which is laying down.
- We will close with an integration circle for 30 min or more.
- $40.00 to $60.00 – Sliding Scale Contribution
We will collect a $20 deposit upon registration. If we are not are not able to accept you into the program your deposit will be refunded. If you have to cancel your registration your deposit will be refunded so long as you cancel with one weeks advanced notice. If you cancel within one week, your deposit is non-refundable. Your remaining contribution can be paid when you arrive at the program. Cash is best.
Roman Hanis has been working closely with the indigenous Peruvian cultures in the Amazonian rainforest and Andean mountains since 2001. During this time he has devoted this life to learning the ancient healing ways of these cultures while seeking possibilities for creating ecological sources of sustenance for local populations and working to preserve the rainforest and its spiritual heritage of sacred medicinal plants. Seeing the vital role that ancient cultural…
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Since childhood, Cynthia Robinson has had a deep love for nature and natural healing. She always knew she would devote her life in service to the healing of people and the planet. Cynthia got her BA at the University of Michigan School of Art and Design with a focus in Design, Communication and Creative Problem Solving. After graduation, she pursued her passion to bring deeper values for nature and humanity…
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Emily has always loved the mountains. From growing up hiking in the Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York, to exploring ski towns and farming communities in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, she feels right at home at Paititi’s Center in the heart of the Peruvian Andes. For the past 6 years she has been deeply connecting to the living wisdom traditions and lineages that Paititi Institute works with and embodies.…
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