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Global Inspiration Conference (GIC)

The IBF annual gathering and conference for Breathworkers around the world.

For details of the next conference goto http://ibfnetwork.com/global-inspiration-conference

 

Breathing Circle

Breathing Circle

Breathing Circle is a network of people who are committed to health and healing through breathing practice. We organise and host regular breathwork events and workshops. Breathing Circle groups are on the last Tuesday of the month, every month and are open to anyone to attend. We meet to celebrate conscious breath and introduce other people to this transformational tool. All 2010/11 dates are on the website with further information on breathwork as a spiritual practice.

http://www.breathingcircle.com

 

Do As One

Do As One

Do As One's vision is to unite the planet and breathe a new reality into being.  Do As One envisions one billion people consciously breathing together.

Tools include The Universal Breathing Room on DoAsOne.com or the Breathe Together mobile app.

Do As One's mission is to serve and connect humanity by establishing a legacy of optimal, conscious and synchronous breathing.

 

The Global Professional Breathwork Alliance (GBPA)

Global Professional Breathwork Alliance

Formerly known as the International Breathwork Training Alliance  For the past twelve years the IBTA has promoted training standards for the ethical practice of dyadic and group breathwork, and has been committed to supporting and promoting the integration of breathwork in the world as a vital, ethical, evidence based professional healing modality that facilitates physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual wellness.

www.breathworkalliance.com

 

The Healing Breath: A Journal of Breathwork Practice, Psychology and Spirituality

The Healing Breath

The Healing Breath was created to provide a forum of discussion for the richness and diversity of Breathwork practice, psychology, spirituality, techniques, methods, case histories, history, development, and so forth, with place also for the complementary methods and techniques most usually taught alongside Breathwork.