Cradle of Humankind, South Africa
22 - 25 September 2024
Africa's first Breathwork festival!
The Full Story
The crises of our time have catalysed a global rise in consciousness, inviting questions of what it means to breathe, to live, to die, to be human, to transform and to heal.
We invite you, as part of a community who hold a shared intention of healing, whole-heartedness and hope to find ways to re weave the heart of humanity that has been fractured by pain and intergenerational trauma using breath as a thread.
We feel called to gather in the Cradle of Humankind, where our collective umbilical cord lies buried, a fitting space to hold that which is ready to be birthed as systems collapse around us. We would love you to join us at our inaugural festival that celebrates that we are one diverse species across the globe, with our roots in Africa all sharing the same common language of the breath.
The Umoya Breathfest is the first of its kind event, a gathering of breathwork and health practitioners, academics, artists, activists who work on the intersections of social sciences, humanities, health sciences, arts and activism to meet in person to learn, grow, share, connect and co create. It is forum of learning and shared experience for all those interested in discovering the potential of breath for personal healing, an agent for societal change and means to inspire a healing informed society.
This 5-day experience has been curated to offer the option of an introduction to a deep dive experience of conscious breathing through talks, workshops, immersive nature experiences between ancient land and timeless stars inspired by the energy of the African land and wisdom of its people.
Sharing per person R17,250 incl VAT ($1,065)
Single per person R20,125 incl VAT ($1,245)
Includes accommodation, meals, workshops and events
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Cradle Valley Conference Venue
Cradle Valley is a beautiful and charming wedding, conference & function venue, overlooking the dam and horse paddocks on the edge of the Cradle of Humankind, west of Johannesburg.
The well designed and functional layout of the venue includes venue areas like the sunset veranda, fountain area, practical and unique bar, with a spacious buffet area and one of a kind boma, all framed with mesmerising gardens. A tranquil water stream flows softly in the background between the venue and chapel, while our adorable ducks celebrate in the water, the stream then meets our remembrance bridge before connecting the two Cradle Valley dams.