Join us in a deep exploration of healing through the breath using meditation, breath and touch to reconnect with your heart and aliveness. Increase your health and vitality through letting go of old traumas that are still held in your body tissues.
Breathwork practices will work on a multi-layered structure. Physically cleansing and ridding the body of toxins, while mentally enabling the letting-go of past traumas that we store in a physical form within our body tissue. The all-encompassing approach of biodynamic breathwork & trauma release creates the space for deep healing and transformation in a safe environment.
Using conscious breath, deep touch and relaxation to reach a permanent state of deeper aliveness and heart centeredness in your body.
Paul Mai’s motivation to create and heal comes from deep within his strong and silent center. As a founder of the earth-based spiritual community InanItah on Ometepe Island in Nicaragua, Paul provides a variety of healing arts he’s acquired during his personal journeys through Asia and California to visitors from all over the world.
Paul became a certified practitioner of BioDynamic Breath & Trauma Release. Seeing first-hand the inspirational effects the work has had in his life encouraged him to provide a sacred and safe space for others to explore, release, and heal at InanItah
During his years traveling Paul was introduced to many types of healing arts such as Thai and Ayurvedic massage, and Ashtanga and Hatha yoga. He had the opportunity to study Water Dance, Watsu and Quantum Light Breath with Richard Bock, and in 2006, he completed the Skydancing Tantra Love and Ecstasy Training with Margo Anand.
He has a deep Love for nature and the healing in brings to the body. Today, his work at InanItah involves regularly leading BioDynamic Breath & Trauma Release workshops, yoga classes, natural building and permaculture classes, and group meditation sessions.
For further details about tuition, please contact us at workshops [at] inanitah.com.
A $75 deposit will hold your spot.
For information about staying here during the workshop, please refer to the Staying section of the website.