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Breathwork Foundation Course

Mpumalanga, South Africa

7 - 10 March 2024


Dr Ela Manga - Facilitator

Course Details

This thoughtfully curated 3-day in-person course is a fascinating exploration of the art and science of breathwork. It grounds the mystery, shines light on the medicine, and connects the threads between science, spirituality, psychology, and holistic health. It is information rich and inspiring distilling the latest advances in the rapidly evolving field of breathwork, making it accessible to anyone, practical and simple to apply. By its very nature, the course offers the opportunity for a personally transformative journey and can be a powerful catalyst for change. 

Who would find this course fascinating?

  • Anyone who would like to add breathwork to their current skillset.

  • As the first step for those would like to pursue a career in breathwork  

  • Anyone who is seeking the tools for personal growth and change

  • Those who would like a solid scientific grounding and deepening of their current practice. 

  • Those who would like to share breathwork with family, clients, and colleagues.

  • Those seeking to connect with a global like-minded community

  • Anyone who is curious 

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It is particularly useful for healthcare practitioners, life coaches, teachers, entrepreneurs, performance artists, parents, athletes, artists, those experiencing a life change crisis or anyone wanting to live with more courage, creativity, and authenticity. No previous experience required, and it is open to anyone around the globe.

A unique 3-day experience: 

  • A course crafted and refined by a medical doctor

  • A merging of indigenous knowledge with cutting edge neuroscience

  • Provides practical tools for daily life

  • Reignites wonder for the intricacies of the human form

  • A tool for personal transformation and collective change

  • Experience the full spectrum of breathwork practices that support Breath Intelligence

  • Inspired by the Threads of Pneumanity™ - Breathwork Africa's approach to breathwork, integrating traditional wisdom and universal principles

 15 CPD points for practitioners registered with HPCSA and SASP 

Booking Details

Dates and times:

7 - 10 March 2024 (Thursday - Sunday)

Thursday check-in after 2pm

Friday - Sunday 9am - 4pm

Retreat Cost per person (incl VAT)

Sharing - Earlybird (until end November) R 11,600 ($670)

Sharing - Once off payment R 13,050 ($750)

Sharing - 3 x Monthly payments of R 4,833 ($277)

Single - Earlybird (until end November) R 14,800 ($850)

Single - Once off payment R 16,200 ($930)

Single - 3 x Monthly payments of R 5,900 ($340)

For more details contact Marj Murray

Booking Form


Welcome to your home in the bush. Nestled amongst the rolling mountains of the Lowveld in the heart of Mpumalanga, lies Tomjachu Bush Retreat – Once a family home, it is now an award-winning, owner-run retreat, situated within its own private nature reserve, 15km outside Nelspruit. It is the perfect destination for anyone looking for Nelspruit accommodation to unwind and relax in nature, with plenty of activities on offer to those looking for a touch of adventure. Our retreat’s location within a private reserve allows you to explore the abundant natural wonders that flourish in the surrounding 550-hectare property, whilst immersing yourself in elegant comfort.

Our hidden Lowveld gem is often praised for its breath-taking views of the towering Bekker Mountains, and endless bushveld vistas running unbroken all the way to the southern boundary of the Kruger National Park.

Immerse yourself in the marvels of nature with an array of activities to keep you entertained throughout your stay.

Enjoy an adventurous game drive with our knowledgeable guide, hike up to the majestic Zebra Heights and meander amongst the bounteous plains game which roams around the property. Or simply sit back with a glass of award-winning wine on our extensive verandas and indulge yourself in the natural orchestra of over 275 bird species.

Mpumalanga - The Heart of the Lowveld

Mpumalanga, a province in South Africa, is known for its breathtaking natural beauty and rich cultural heritage. It's home to the world-renowned Blyde River Canyon, one of the largest green canyons on Earth, and the stunning Panorama Route with its awe-inspiring vistas.

The region is also famous for its wildlife, including the Big Five, making it a prime destination for safaris and wildlife enthusiasts. Mpumalanga's name means "the place where the sun rises" in the local language, reflecting its eastern location in the country. This province offers a unique blend of natural wonders and cultural diversity that captivates travelers from around the world.

Things to do while in the area

Mpumalanga Province boasts some of the best sightseeing and safaris in Southern Africa. Here are a few things to do while in the region.

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Safari in Kruger Park and see The Big Five

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Sabie River forest canopy zip-line tour


Majestic panoramas like God’s Window and Blyde River Canyon

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Visit the historic goldrush town of Pilgrim’s Rest

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