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Friday, March 31 • 13:00 - 14:45
Breath of Bliss: Ravished by the Beloved, Christabel Zamor

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Generate rapture! Breath of Bliss is an ecstatic breathwork practice that arouses the body, senses, emotions and provokes profound insights. In this workshop we focus on letting ourselves be taken by the breath as a Divine Force of Love, compelling us to surrender to Everything. Can you allow yourself to be fully taken by a mystical force bigger than you are? Cultivate your erotic innocence with a shaking practice to circulate life force and awaken the pelvic floor, hips, heart and pineal/pituitary glands. Breath, movement and sound will help you feel connected, radiant and alive. Includes touch and an hour-long, circular, connected breath journey to dissolve into oneness. Learn more at www.BreathBliss.com

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avatar for Hamilton Barnett

Hamilton Barnett

Sacred Masculine
Hamilton Barnett is a facilitator, producer, DJ, husband, father of 3 children, and initiated man through the Mankind Project. He has lead movement and dance for the last 10 years and is also a touring artist, co producing and performing with his wife Deya Dova. Over the last 7... Read More →
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Deya Dova

Global Bass Music
Deya Dova fuses the earthy human-ness and sensual power of her voice with the cutting edge futurism of Global Bass music. Hailing from the expansive Nullarbor desert in Australia and currently based in the Byron Bay area she is one of the few female electronic producers and a ground... Read More →
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Christabel Zamor

Founder, Breath of Bliss- (USA)
Christabel is a trainer and life-coach with 13 years of experience empowering people to leadership. She is the creator of an ecstatic breathing practice called Breath of Bliss, an experience that helps people feel more aliveness, presence and love. It incorporates movement, touch... Read More →


Friday March 31, 2017 13:00 - 14:45
*Mullumbimby Civic Hall 55 Dalley St, Mullumbimby NSW 2482

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