In this last stage of our 400-hr facilitator training program we expand into the realm of ceremony and group facilitation. This is your opportunity to cultivate your capacity to present and enact the theories, principles, and practices of Nūma Breathwork in a variety of formats suitable for different populations.
Our Level 5 training provides us with safe learning space to experiment creatively with an integrated array of breathwork facilitation principles, tools, and techniques amidst a group setting. We will also investigate setting breathwork journeys within the context of ceremony and utilizing a wide array of auxiliary practices and explorations to enhance and creatively theme our journeys. Our voices become key as step up to lead conversations, inquiries, dynamic journeys, and ceremonial elements.
You will continue to both receive and provide Nūma Breathwork sessions with fellow students as you explore supporting and learning from each other in group settings.
In this training, you will develop the capacity to:
hold a safe, confidential healing space for groups
imbue your group sessions with both science and sacred technologies such as meditation and prayer/invocations
employ the breathwork practice within the context of ceremony, rite, and ritual
incorporate themes and complementary practices to create specialized group sessions
enhance your capacity to listen, self-express, and work as a team
use your voice and instruments for sound therapy
The future arrives one moment at a time, one day at a time and I am so grateful for my family. “Family” is not only of blood and bone but of breath and energy and collective experience. My Nūma family has gifted me with a full heart, hope, peace and a toolkit full of practices to meet these uncertain times ahead with inspired perspective and gratitude.
- Judy L, Calgary
Upcoming Level 5 Trainings
Edmonton, AB: Sept 16 - 20, 2020
Vancouver, BC: March 3 - 7, 2021
Saskatoon, SK: April 14 - 18, 2021
Calgary, AB: October 20 - 24, 2021
Victoria, BC: November 10 - 14, 2021
Toronto, ON: *See hybrid training option*
The total hours of training (125 hours) include the five (5) day in-person training, web study meetings, home studies, and a practicum. Home studies include review of teachings during the Level 5 training as well as assigned studies and practicum hours during the time between Level 5 and your Facilitator Certification.