Wild Breathwork – June 15, 2024

About this workshop

The breath is one of the most powerful transformative tools we have to access our essence and potential. Breathwork uses the breath (full, conscious, connected breathing) to clear unresolved issues, limiting beliefs and past events in our lives that are standing in the way of us reaching our potential, allowing our fulfilment of dreams and feeling alive, happy and inspired. It is a participant focused self-generated process.  The aim of Breathwork is the expansion of awareness, and becoming more enlightened with, and accepting of oneself.

This workshop is open to all genders and is limited to 12 participants. 

What is the ‘Wild Mind‘: Our wild minds possess astonishing resources, untapped potentials and depths that we might not even know exist until we discover how to access them, cultivate their powers, and eventually integrate them into our everyday lives. We will frame our breathwork experience with an exploration of the ‘Wild Mind’ map of the human psyche.

What is Breathwork?   As originally practiced and taught by its founder Leonard Orr, breathwork is a very gentle breathing process that enables a release of physical, emotional and mental stress, energises the body and induces a deep state of relaxation and clarity of mind. It is:

  • a tool for inner work using full, conscious connected breathing
  • a technique that can provide resolution and clearing of issues, patterns and limiting beliefs
  • spontaneous and organic
  • beyond the mundane
  • a sacred, soulful experience

Every session is different as Breathwork is an organic, self-generated process. Participants can have a physical, emotional, mental and/or spiritual/soulful experience during their session (usually a combination of a few of these).

Logistics:

David Mallard with James Munro and Megan Haberle facilitate a half day (1PM-5PM) group breathwork experience. This will include an exploration of the ‘Wild Mind Map’ followed by a group breathwork session, debrief etc.

Date: Saturday June 15, 2024 1PM – 5PM

Venue: Currawong Bush Park Conference Room – 277/285  Reynolds Road, Doncaster East (near Springvale Road).

Investment: $119.00 (plus GST)

Limit of 12 participants

What people say about Wild Mind Breathwork:

Facilitators:

David Mallard – A uniquely experienced trainer, coach, mentor, guide, adviser and consultant. David is a member of the Soulcraft ANZ Inc. leadership council, and is co-founder and President of Melbourne Men’s Group Inc. He is also a student in the professional Wild Mind Training Program of Colorado’s AVI. He is a certified Rebirthing/Breathwork practitioner (2003 by Diane McCann and Robert Mathews of Beyond the Ordinary Pty Ltd), holds a Cert. IV in Training & Assessment and has Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees.

He also has extensive senior executive leadership experience working closely with Boards, CEO’s, executive leadership and in leading and transforming teams. Over the journey, David has facilitated, coached and guided people in hundreds of personal growth meetings, workshops and seminars.  David is inspired by the ‘moments of grace’ that arise from guiding people into a place of personal insight and transformation – this inflection point is where ‘his great joy meets the world’s great need’.

Experiences during breathwork can include:

Physical

  • changes of temperature (feeling hot or cold)
  • tightness, tingling, cramping, numbness
  • a feeling of energy (‘electricity’) through the body

Emotional

  • release/awareness of sadness, anger, fear and/or joy

Mental

  • memories of past events, relationships, early childhood and even birth and conception
  • awareness of ‘sub-personalities’ explored in the ‘Wild Mind’ map, patterns, conditioning, limiting decisions and beliefs, and the ability to neutralise their ‘reductionist’ aspects over time.

Spiritual & Soulful

  • memories of past lifetimes
  • deep relaxation and a sense of bliss
  • closer connection to self/spirit/soul/universe
  • experiences of meditation.