There are type types of membership available to you: professional and associate. Check Membership Standards or Become a member
Professional Membership Benefits
Belonging to the ABA as a Professional Member has a range of benefits. These include:
- Belonging to a community of Breathwork practitioners operating nationally and internationally who are committed to sharing the spirit of Breathwork in the wider community.
- Access to a range of ‘Member only’ collegiate events and gatherings throughout the year.
- Opportunity to attend the ABA Quarterly meetings and Inspiration gatherings.
- An opportunity to participate and contribute in the ongoing work of the ABA, including sub committees and projects.
- Voting rights. Become a member of the Committee.
- Practice as a Professional Breathwork Practitioner. The ABA is recognised as upholding professional standards of training, practice, ethics and supervision (peer support). All practitioners have completed an ABA recognised standard of training of professional practice and are required to maintain and upgrade skills and personal clearing as a condition of membership.
- Access to Professional Indemnity Insurance.
- Discount on ABA sponsored training, including Peer Support and Review Training.
- Discounted rates to the National Breathe Australia Conference- an opportunity for professional development, personal growth and connection and friendship.
- Full listing on the ABA website, with Member profile
- Opportunity to list Breathwork related training seminars and workshops on the ‘Events’ page of the ABA website.
- Access to ABA newsletters, updates on latest research and resources as well as access to the ‘ I Breathe’ magazine- which has comprehensive, educative and informative articles on Breathwork, produced by Joy Manne
Associate and Community Membership Benefits
Benefits of this category include:
- Connection to the Australian Breathwork Community.
- Access to up to date information and member newsletters .
- Access to Student insurance (if applicable).
- Discounted rates to the Breathe Australia Conference (as of 2016).