USA / Ukraine
Developer of the BioDynamic Breath & Trauma Release System®, Giten shares a mastery of body-oriented therapies that has evolved from over 20 years of learning, exploration and work with countless clients and groups around the world. His passion for life, humility and love for people has inspired his own personal journey and the creation of his “6-Element” approach to healing. Giten continually leads practitioner trainings and experiential workshops with his unique blend of creativity, depth and playfulness, while growing the BioDynamic Breath & Trauma Release Institute and its global community of friends and colleagues.
Giten is a Licensed Massage Therapist since 1994 (Swedish Institute of Massage Therapy, New York), and certified Breath & Body Oriented Therapist since 2001 (Diamond Breath School, Miasto Meditation Institute, Italy), as well as a former Osho Multiversity Therapist (OSHO Meditation Resort, Pune, India). He was born in Ukraine and lived in New York for 24 years, before finding his current home in the Santa Cruz Mountains, California and Lesvos Island, Greece
This is Giten’s 8th year at the annual BaliSpirit Festival!
Experience his workshop below.
Guided by the creator of the wildly popular worldwide modality, Giten Tonkov.
BioDynamic Breathwork utilizes Deep Conscious Connected Breathing, Conscious Unwinding Spinal Movement, Self-Bodywork, Sound (vocal expression), Emotional expression and Meditation to safely release long held trauma from our physical tissues. This system is proven to be very successful over the years of in-person and virtual workshops and trainings.
The BioDynamic Breathwork & Trauma Release System® (BBTRS®) 6-Element approach empowers your body’s natural process for healing from start to finish, releasing chronic tension and restructuring your systems on a cellular level.
BBTRS® calls on the power of all of the body’s systems. Our 6-Element approach supports your body’s unique needs at any given moment. This creates a flexible and dynamic experience that goes deeper than traditional therapies.