Anahata’s Transcendental Breathwork Weekend Retreat (1)

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Anahata’s Transcendental Breathwork Weekend Retreat (1)

Time & Location

Nov 03, 2020, 3:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Camp Oak Hill, 53 Camp Rd, Nottingham, PA 19362, USA

About The Event


Join Breathwork Facilitator and Awenydd, Andrew Zieger, along with Anahata’s Purpose Curator and Esoteric Practitioner, Rachel Mitton, for our first weekend retreat focusing on our most popular workshop - Transcendental Breathwork.

This weekend we will deep dive into the subconscious mind through guided journeys and breathwork practices to unravel layers of trauma in a safe and supported environment.

During this weekend you will partake in three different kinds of guided journeys as well as understanding sigil work to creating your own ceremonial magic based upon your experiences from your breathwork journeys.

You will be provided a deer hide drum that you will construct using traditional techniques over the course of the weekend. We will complete our last day by painting our sigils onto our own personal deer hide drum, which you will then be able to take home for continued practice.

This retreat has a max of 20 people.

Tickets include communal house lodging, deer hide drum and class supplies for each person.

Meal plan tickets will be released a month prior to the event.



Arrival begins at 4pm

Dinner and Introductions - 6pm

Guided Underworld Journey - 8pm-9pm


Breathwork 9am - 11am

Break 11am - 1pm

Drum Construction 1pm-3pm

Break 3pm-4pm

Personalized Sigil Class 4pm-6pm

Break 6pm-8pm

Live Music & Bonfired 7pm


Breathwork 10am - 1pm

Break 1pm - 3pm

Personalized Drum Painting - 3pm-5pm

Dinner 5:30pm

Departure 7pm

Frame Drum- is a drum that has a drumhead width greater than its depth. It is one of the most ancient musical instruments, and perhaps the first drum to be invented. It has a single drumhead that is usually made of rawhide. The drumhead is stretched over a round, wooden frame called a shell. The shell is traditionally constructed of rosewood, oak, ash etc. that has been bent and then scarf jointed together; though some are also made of plywood or man-made materials. Metal rings or jingles may also be attached to the frame.

The concept of the “Frame Drum” has been seen throughout most of the world's cultures and used for similar things. It’s an amazing deep toned instrument and a device to help reach into altered states of consciousness to bring forth miraculous healings, face to face experiences with Gods, Goddesses, ancestors, and even to commune with spirits of nature. This Tool of humanity has helped shape who we are today. It's a tool used for sound, healing and ritual.

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