Do you have a pioneering spirit and love learning?
Help us with feedback, and contribute to this program being epic!
We envision a new culture and paradigm
The co-creation of a holistic and sustainable path for living in harmony
Surrounded by nature and like-minds
No specific skills required. Helping in the garden and kitchen, housekeeping/cleaning, land work.
A specific skill set to offer such as carpentry, business skills, permaculture/gardening/land husbandry (expert level).
An existing Alchemy of Breath student who HAS NOT YET GRADUATED, and in need of financial assistance for BreathCamp only. One scholarship per BreathCamp is offered for qualified students.
If Alchemy provides you with a partial scholarship, do you know of someone who would contribute to the balance?
Other ideas to raise funds to cover your scholarship: crowd funding, and asking friends and family to contribute to your holistic education.
"In every community, there is work to be done. In every nation, there are wounds to heal. In every heart, there is the power to do it."
– Marianne Williamson
During BreathCamp and other retreats, the schedule adapts to the retreat timing.
Everyone has 2 days off per week. Requests are considered.
In the past, we received volunteers who passed our screening for a positive cultural fit (they agreed to the Co-Commitments and our Code of Ethics), and they could stay up until 3 months with us. Over time, we have now come closer to our objective of being ASHA Campus. With this, not only do applicants need to agree to the Co-Commitments and our Code of Ethics, they also need to study with us, and represent the values that meditation, breathwork, and the healing arts in general represent. Our volunteer program before wasn’t stringent on study, and now it is – that’s the main difference in programs – along with wishing to help subsidize those who cannot afford to study otherwise.
4-12 weeks, for some students, depending on the details of your scholarship. Speak with our recruitment lead.
Yes, apply to the same link on this page.
Yes, speak with our recruitment lead on the ground.
One per BreathCamp.
For AoB students, it depends on how you’ve participated in your class, what homework you have finished, what you will do with what you’ve learned, your overall contribution to your learning, and financial need. For non-AoB students, it is based on your abilities, demonstrated skill, financial need, and cultural fit (such as agreeing to Co-Commitments, our and Code of Ethics).
It depends on your skill set! As an apprentice, no skill set is required. Be prepared to rake leaves, tidy common areas, do light cleaning, beautfying, watering plants, and in general helping out. For interns who have a strong skill set, you may work with our admin team, with the founders, in land management, permaculture, etc.
People who are fit, not afraid to get their hands dirty, and who have the mindset to be a contribution. ASHA is not equipped to receive people who need special aid in the context of the program. Instead, we suggest non-fit people to come as a guest and take our programs and healing services that don’t require a labor exchange.
Currently we are accepting applications from May 20-September 20. That may be extended into the fall and winter.