Trauma, Treasures, Trance and Transformation
3-8 FEBRUARY 2025
Mabula Lodge, South Africa
Language: English and German

International Faculty
Dr Woltemade Hartman , Dr Elzette Fritz  and Joy Nel ( South Africa)
 Jenny da Silva- Faca ( United Kingdom)
Martina Gross  (Austria)
Dr Ursula Helle, Silke Grossbach , Margarethe Kruczek-Schumacher, Claudia Müller Quade and Daniela Muller (Germany)


"An Extraordinary encounter with South Africa’s bushveld awaits you at Mabula Game Lodge, located just two-and-a-half hours’ drive from Johannesburg in the Malaria Free Waterberg region of the Limpopo Province. Revel in the sheer variety of animal, bird and plant life; the diverse landscapes ranging from grassland plains to rocky outcrops creating an ideal habitat for the free-roaming Big Five and all the little creatures that contribute to a magical wildlife experience you’ll never forget."

Dear Colleagues

We are planning a very interesting programme at Mabula Game Lodge. This event will give you the opportunity to attend the training workshops, while simultaneously affording you the opportunity of experiencing the beauty and diversity of South Africa. You are welcome to bring your partner/spouse to join you. (Sharing your accommodation)
Please take note that participation in this event will be on a first registered first served basis as there is only a limited number of space and accommodation available.
Training format 
The workshop format will be theory and live demonstrations, practical and small-group exercises. 
3 hour workshops in the morning and 2-2½ hour workshops in the afternoon.
English and German 
There will be parallel English and German workshops.
3 February 2025: Arrival in the morning at OR Tambo International Airport, Johannesburg and departure to Mabula Lodge by group  transport
4-5 February 2025: Congress days
6 February 2025: Leisure day
7 February 2025: Congress day
8 February 2025: Departure to OR Tambo International Airport after breakfast
Venue: Mabula Lodge
Set against a backdrop of lush green mountainous vegetation, Mabula Game Lodge is one of South Africa’s finest luxury game reserves. Only one and a half hours drive from Pretoria (the capital) and two and a half hours drive from Oliver Tambo International (Johannesburg) Airport, this 12 000-hectare reserve offers homage to an abundance of wildlife and birds, including the “big five”. Mabula offers a wide variety of activities, purposely designed to bring you ever closer to nature. Activities such as day and night safaris, star gazing, cheetah tracking experience, and guided bush walks all under the expert guidance of highly qualified game rangers enable guests to experience the African bush in several interesting, adventurous and different ways. In addition to numerous wildlife viewing options, Mabula also offers swimming, tennis, a gym, health spa and quad bike safaris.  Please visit  for more information.
Mabula Lodge Gallery: 
Video Heide Schimke, Ego State Therapy Safari October 2022:
Accommodation Mabula Lodge
R3715.00 per person (single or sharing) per night.
Accommodation rate includes: 
Breakfast, lunch, dinner and 2 game drives per day
Accommodation rate excludes:
Any other activities such as bushwalks, horse-riding, quad-bike excursions, cheetah tracki
ng and spa treatments. 

Do not reserve accommodation on the Mabula website.  
Accommodation will be reserved for you by Hanlé Marais on registration and you will receive an invoice from Mabula Lodge nearer to congress date.

Congress registration fee international delegates
160 Euro per day, 480 Euro for 3 days
Congress fee includes:
2 Tea/coffee breaks on conference days
Coffee/Tea/Juice with a variety of sweet and savory snacks as well as fresh fruit
Congress fee excludes
Any other beverages, not served as part of the catering on the congress days, are for the delegates own account.

The MEISA team: Woltemade Hartman, Idillette Hartman and Hanlé Marais
Contact Hanlé Marais at if you are interested in this event