Sacred Space - a Zoom breathwork event with Breath of Bliss™ Facilitator Andrew McAulay
Sat, August 8 2020
17:00 - 19:00
This workshop will be conducted online in zoom

Sacred Space - a zoom-Breathwork event with Breath of BlissTM  Facilitator Andrew McAulay

In these challenging times, breathwork is moving on-line. You are warmly invited to join Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden’s first online, public breathwork session on 8 August 2020, facilitated by Breath of BlissTM Facilitator, Andrew McAulay.

Breath of Bliss™ is a breathwork practice that infuses you with aliveness using breath, movement and sound. Unlike other breathing practices, emphasis is placed on liberating oneself and achieving unity with others. This online workshop is for anyone interested, including from outside HK, regardless of the level of their experience with breathwork.

19th of the 6th Lunar Month is the day on which Kwum Yum attained the Way, which falls on 8 August this year. 

About the Facilitator

  Andrew chairs the Boards of Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden (KFBG) and Partnerships for Community Development (www.pcd.org.hk). He is passionate about nature, has written two books of poetry and has been teaching meditation since 2004. He graduated from the Breath of Bliss Level 2 facilitator training in November 2017. 


Participants will need on-line access, a good speaker or headphones that cover the ears and a place where they can sit, lie down and exercise comfortably without being disturbed. Successful applicants will be notified by email and receive login details for accessing the online workshop by 6 August 2020.

Date and Time
August 8 2020 (Sat) / 17:00-19:00 (Hong Kong Time)

This workshop will be delivered online in zoom

Target Group
Adult (Age 18 or above)


You are invited to make a donation to Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden (KFBG), either before or after the event, at whatever level you feel comfortable. If you are not sure, then the suggested donation is HKD 100.  All donations will be used 100% in support of KFBG's nature conservation and sustainable living programmes.  

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Places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. To reserve your place, please complete the online application form and make a donation (non-refundable) online on or before 5 August 2020

Please contact Ms Stella Chong at (852)-29962838 or email stellachong@kfbg.org