Johan Hedström – Breathwork & Meditation Ceremony

Johan Hedström teaches meditation, yin & yang, medi and hatha yoga. He is running the transpersonal psychology, integrative psychotherapy and health center: The Body & Beyond and also the sober/conscious dance club: The Rhythm. He is one of the organizers of Lifeful Festival.
Johan is certified in integrative psychotherapy, a teacher at HumaNova and a student of zen master Thich Nhat Hanh, Pema Chödrön, Ken Wilber, The Dalai Lama and many more.

Breathwork with Live Music

Breathwork supports us to let go of pain and stress both in the physical and emotional body. It is a way to experience altered states of consciousness, to explore deeper dimensions of being a human being and find a power you might not even knew you had. No prior experience needed. Not recommended if pregnant. Live music with Johan Bysell.

Meditation Ceremony with Live Music

To meditate together is one great way to support each other to connect deeper into the present moment with what is here, the heavy feelings, the ease, the openness and happiness, to let us become more whole as we are. When we are supporting each other like this, the world becomes a place where kindness, courage, love, peace and insights can easier grow inside us.

In this ceremony we will enjoy live music with Miguel Bonett, Harmony Highheart, Simon Morris and Johan Bysell – With their music they will help us to rise the energy and then we meditate on the topic: Growing from the mud.

WELCOME!

DJ

Johan runs the Stockholm based dance club: The Rhythm – Dance your way home – A club who wants to serve different kinds of music every night, different kinds of good food and drinks but no alcohol. We dance ourselves home!

He started dj:ing, producing music and creating clubs when he was a teenager back in Dalarna though most people know him as yoga, mediation, psychology teacher, dj:ing, dancing and music came before all that.
Expect a fine, cool mix of 80, 90s hits, beats from all over the world, uplifting deep house and also expect the unexpectable.