A journey of self-discovery

The Wholeness Breathwork is an experimental method of self-exploration and healing that uses deep, expanded states of consciousness induced by

a combination of simple means: accelerated breathing, evocative music and releasing bodywork.


How Can

Wholeness Breathwork

Help You?

Are you seeking a more experiential approach to healing, one that goes beyond talk therapy?

Are you experiencing a major life crisis and seeking deep wisdom and insights?

Do you want to release unresolved issues from the past?

Do you want to understand the emotional roots of a persistent physical/psychosomatic condition?

Do you want to expand your consciousness and further explore your spiritual path?

Do you feel anxious or depressed?

If your answer is ”yes” to one or more of these questions, there is a strong possibility that you could benefit from Wholeness Breathwork.

 You don’t need any previous experience of Wholeness Breathwork to be able to participate in a workshop.

How does the Breathwork workshop looks like

Image by Motoki Tonn


As a part of preparation  is familiarization with technique itself, with signs used during the session and safety.

Usually during whole workshop sessions take place in pairs with one person as the ‘breather’ and the other as the ‘sitter’. The sitter ensures that the breather is safe and supported during the session.

As a sitter you do not interfere with the breathers process, but you are a compassionate witness to their journey and respond to requests from the breather for things like a drink of water, a tissue, a blanket, being guided to the bathroom and keeping the breather safe if they are moving around etc.


A typical Wholeness Breathwork session lasts around three hours. At the start of the session the breather lies on a mat with the sitter beside them. There is a short relaxation leading into the music starting and the session beginning - the music sets are created to support the inner journeys of participants.

As the music begins, with your eyes closed, all you have to do is breathe a little bit deeper and faster than you usually would. Breathing in this way until you notice something change, or are surprised.

The breath, the music, the set and the setting support access to expanded states of consciousness from which deep healing is possible. 

Paint Brushes


After the session the breather is encouraged to capture the essence of their experience by creating

a mandala, or journaling.

Later there is a sharing circle where participants have the opportunity to share a little about their  experience whilst other participants and the facilitators listen and witness what is being shared. The sharing circle is an important part of the integration process.

We often find that the experience of being heard and feeling safe enough to share deeply personal feelings and experiences can be incredibly healing.


At this moment the workshops are ON HOLD due to current situation of the facilitator. Zuzka Paloch is expecting a child and in this holy state she is not able to provide 100% support to her breathers. Thank you for understanding.