Breathwork Mastery

Alakh Analda

25 Mia Crt
North Ocean Shores, Byron Bay NSW 2483

Servicing area: Byron Bay/Gold Coast, Sydney

Breathwork Mastery

Professional practitioner, self paced training - International Certification in Breathwork Mastery

Practitioner training in Breathwork and Retreat Workshops

International Certification in Breathwork Mastery practitioner training

To achieve the International Certification in Breathwork Mastery, participants must complete all the units. Note that the units and core units can be completed concurrently and can be in any order. There are two options for training: Units 1-7 as 38 days face to face with theory and experience each day (option 1), or 21 days of face to face workshops of personal experience (3x7 days) with self paced theory online/by workbook, CD with tutorials (option 2).
A comprehensive practical training unit of client contact is the final part of training for both options where assessments are made.

Total nominal hours: 540

How to participate?

Ten units ~ start at any unit ~ recommended units to commence are any from 1 to 4.
Pre-professional training for use for self-clearing are units 1 ~ 3

    • Unit 1 ~ Breathwork Mastery & Self Awareness ~ two sessions
    • Unit 2 Power of Breathwork ~ four sessions
    • Unit 3 Breathwork and Conscious Relating ~ six sessions
    • Unit 4 Chakra Consciousness ~ six sessions
    • Unit 5 Levels of Experience ~ eight sessions
    • Unit 6 Esoteric Mysteries and Breathwork ~ eight sessions
    • Unit 7 Metaphysics and Safety in a Practice ~ six sessions
  • Unit 8 Practical Training Supported Client Contact ~ self-paced external study

There are 3 parts to the training ~ personal experiential, theoretical, and practical client contact. The training is self-paced sessions. Unit 8, Client Contact is external study and practise and experience in both facilitating own clients and supporting others. This can be commenced at any time however, including after the completion of all other units.

In units 1 to 3, the training first deals with skills required to use RBM techniques for self-clearing own physical, mental, emotional or psycho-spiritual blocks to wellness and intentional living and support others. The completion of the general interest, pre-professional RBM self-clearing training allows the participant to apply breathwork mastery for self-use and leads to transferring these skills to the qualifications of an RBM practitioner.

In the pre-professional training, the support role is also to support / assist a practitioner or trainer with their clients / participants, under supervision, as well as support others who have completed, or are participating in the self-clearing training.

Another application of skills is to support others from any area of life who are already in highly activated or irrational states of mind or emotion as indicated by their breathing: that is, any person who is not aware or intentional in being activated by a breath technique, yet is undergoing a spontaneous clearing or regression.

After unit 3, the participants apply these skills for personal use as well as being facilitated with breath sessions as they progress in synergising theory and experience towards working with others as a RBM practitioner.

While participants are still in training, they provide support to others during breath sessions or groups that is:

~ minimum intervention
~ listening orientated
~ agenda-free

Because the training is so experiential, with integrated and simple assessment, participants can start at any unit. In time the theory melts into experience. Every part of the training does enable the participant to apply breath clearing in their life and units 1 to 3 contain the training distinctions that are specific.

Practitioner training deals with working effectively within a Breathwork Mastery (RBM) framework, according to RBM principles and experience based concepts. It provides the ethical and contextual framework for establishing a professional practice to industry standards, within codes of practice determined by the industry and in accordance with all relevant legislative requirements for personal and professional conduct.

Participants are trained in competencies required to use specific RBM clearing and process skills to provide support to clients / participants in all stages and states of process of personal / spiritual development.

Units 4 to 8 deal with skills required to work with others professionally using RBM techniques to address blocks to wellness and intentional living on all levels, as facilitator of breath sessions, according to RBM principles and practices.

The training extends to leading and facilitating Rebirthing and Breathwork Mastery (RBM) group dynamics and individuals within a group dynamic, to expand the self-awareness of individuals within a group.

Time frame for the practitioner training?
Most participants complete the face to face and most of the practical unit within eighteen months, although it is possible to complete much sooner. The course is experiential and unusual because the participant becomes a practitioner from participating in tandem with experiencing the theory aspects first hand.

For overseas or interstate participants, there are some units that are scheduled closely together each year as retreat intensives, so participants can take 2 x two or three week visits to attend, and then return just once more, or bring a trainer to your area so you can establish yourself as a known practitioner-to-be of breathwork mastery as you complete your course requirements.

The course needs to be completed within 18 months from the start.

Any retreat or personal session of Breathwork Mastery that you have participated in with Alakh or any graduate around the world, can be credited against the course in the future, subject to the current terms and conditions and industry and government requirements.

Contact us today to begin your journey in Breathwork!

Alakh has an Advanced Diploma in Breathwork Mastery trainer, and Diploma and is a recognized trainer endorsed with The Australian Breathwork Association, as is the course, since 1996, and with the two peak International Organisations