Holotropic Breathwork is a method of psychotherapy that was developed by Stanislav and Christina Grof in the mid-1970s. It is a therapeutic practice utilizing breathwork, music, and bodywork that is designed to produce an altered state of consciousness, similar to psychedelic experiences. This paper presents a review of the literature on the topic of holotropic breathwork, the components of holotropic breathwork, and the potential implications for use.
Methods: Literature Review
Results: Holotropic breathing, which uses non-ordinary states of consciousness as a therapeutic tool, deserves further consideration.