More details about the Keynotes Lectures will be published later.
See below the first Keynotes Speakers already selected:
Dr Judith Kravitz is the co-creator of the Transformational Breath® process.
Judith Kravitz, author of Breathe Deep, Laugh Loudly, has worked extensively with the breath as an agent of transformation and healing since the late 1970s. She has helped thousands of people in group and individuals sessions, and has trained thousands of breath facilitators and trainers.
In 1994, she founded the Transformational Breath Foundation and its training programs, and still serves as its Executive Director.
A mother of eight, she was born and lives in the United States. Her Breathwork has reached into more than 30 countries, and she has led trainings, workshops, clinics, and master classes, at healing centers and conferences around the world.
In addition to her primary focus Transformational Breath®, she has facilitated A Course in Miracles groups, Inner Sensitivity classes, Children’s Yoga, and Woman’s Empowerment Groups. Her approach to the subject of healing is spiritual, professional, loving and dynamic.
Laughing Yoga Master and Sophrologist, Fabrice Loizeau is the executive director of the French Institute of Laughing Yoga.
Nicknamed the Laughter Yoga Gentleman of France, Fabrice Loizeau is close to the founder of laughter yoga, the doctor Madan Kataria, who appointed him Master and his leader to train the new generation of Yoga Facilitators and Teachers. Laughter in France. A world ambassador, he supervises animators and teachers. Fabrice is an international expert, the only one in France among the top 10 in the world. In addition, he runs the School of the Positive with the help of experts in sciences of the positive, doctors, researchers, practitioners ...
In each of its trainings and / or talks, he invites you to a real entry into the essential: cosmopolitan teaching, colourful where everyone emerges with full vitality and knowledge to become a worthy yoga laughter recognized internationally.
Practicing in 2004, Facilitator in 2005, International Professor in 2009, Professor Expert in 2010, Global Ambassador in 2011 and Master in 2012.
Trained as a breath therapist, intuitive consultant and teacher of alternative healing methods in Australia and the USA in the early 1980’s, Judee moved to France in 1988 where she launched The Intuition School (L’Ecole de l’Intuition).
From 1988 to 1998 her intuition development program was delivered in several regions of France and her books on the subject were also published during that time: Le pouvoir de l’intuition (1989), Comment développer votre intuiton (1995), Intuition; Awakening your inner guide (1999). Parallel to her intuition school, she regularly led professional level trainings in breathwork.
From 1999 to 2015, Judee turned her focus to transpersonal psychotherapy and the place of intuition and conscious breathing in that field. She has been deeply involved in setting standards for professional breathwork training in the world, and holds a Diploma of Breathwork Trainer (BTI Australia).
She is past President of the IBF (1998-2001), creator of the IBF Integrity Committee (1998) and a founding member of the Global Professional Breathwork Alliance (2000) where she is on the Board of Directors.
With over 35 years of immersion in the field of transpersonal development, her primary teaching tools are awareness, conscious breathing, intuition liberation, movement medicine and joyfulness.Today she is based in the South of France, from where she directs the Dakina Joy School and offers individual consultations as a counselor, supervisor and coach.
Doctor of medicine and creator of sensory journeys.
After studying medicine, Nathalie Geetha Babouraj started working for five years. Trained to heal people, she realizes that on the prevention side, she feels limited in her supporting abilities. It was by participating in an international group of NATO, bringing together other doctors and military researchers that she discovers Integrative Medicine. This possibility of combining the best of modern medicine to which she has been trained and the wisdom of older medicines such as Chinese medicine or Ayurveda, India, seduces her. Her Indian origins, as well as his childhood spent in Pondicherry, inspired her to train at the Yoga therapy (Paris) and the art of living according to Ayurveda (College of Ayurveda, Cannanore in India and Center Chopra in California ). This obvious relationship between Body, Heart and Spirit is then incorporated into her practice, both personal, but also professional.
After several months spent in the United States, meeting people, doctors and therapists in this integrative universe, she returned to France to create the ISI, the Institute of Integrative Health, and propose sensory journeys to explore its health, in small groups, for businesses and individuals.