The Hoffman Quadrinity Process®, founded by Bob Hoffman in 1967, is a week-long residential and personal growth retreat that helps participants identify negative behaviors, moods, and ways of thinking that developed unconsciously and were conditioned in childhood.
What Is the Hoffman Process?
The Process will help you become conscious of and disconnected from negative patterns of thought and behavior on emotional, intellectual, and physical levels in order to make significant positive changes in your life on a spiritual level. You will learn to remove habitual ways of thinking and behaving, align with your authentic self, and respond to situations in your life from a place of conscious choice.
Discover the life-changing results our students have experienced by taking the Hoffman Process: measurable therapeutic outcomes that have been documented by scientific studies, including reductions in anxiety and depression, and increases in overall health and well-being.
Our Highly Trained Teachers Will Work With You To
- Explore and resolve thought and behavior patterns that impact your relationships
- Learn how to let go of what isn’t working and move naturally into being the primary creative force in all aspects of your life
- Uncover your most powerful, loving, creative, and compassionate self
- Improve your connection to yourself, your family, and your larger community
Hoffman Process teachers have expertise in fields including medicine, psychology, divinity studies, the arts, and the corporate world. They share a common calling to guide others through the journey of the Hoffman Process.
A Path to Personal Freedom & Love
Written by Bob Hoffman, this booklet offers substantial insight into the principles upon which The Hoffman Process is based.
The Hoffman Quadrinity™ Symbol was designed by Bob Hoffman in 1967 to represent the wholeness of Self: The circle represents the Body; the large vertical diamond in the middle represents the Spirit; the 2 smaller horizontal diamond shapes represent the Intellect and Emotions. The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.
Tuition for the Hoffman Process is $5,350. Your tuition includes lodging, all meals and snacks, more than 90 hours of professional instruction and guidance, individualized attention, all program materials including post-Process manual and recordings, and a post-Process call with your teacher.
What’s Included With Your Tuition?
One-on-one focus as well as group discussions and activities led by Hoffman teachers.
No more than 8 students per Hoffman teacher, which allows for individualized attention.
All-inclusive retreat lodging at a beautiful campus. (Tuition is based on single occupancy/private rooms due to COVID-19)
Three delicious, healthful, abundant meals each day, plus snacks.
All workshop materials, including post-Process manual and recordings.
A pre-Process call with your teacher to align on your goals, and a post-Process call for support with integration.
A $500 non-refundable, non-transferable deposit is required to reserve your space. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express, as well as personal checks.
Availability & Waitlists
The availability of our dates is always subject to change. If a Process date is not listed on our registration drop-drown menu, please know that the course has reached capacity and we will be updating our website soon.
Given our extensive pre-Process assignment, due two weeks prior to the start of a scheduled Process, our waitlists consist primarily of students already registered for an upcoming course. Being registered for a future course allows someone on the waitlist to access the assigment materials (which can take approximately 10 hours to complete), and ensures their ability to jump into a last-minute course opening. You can apply to be on the waitlist for any course that is already sold out.
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To understand your intellect, your emotional capacity, your physical self, a whole person is connected with their Spiritual Center, which they access through the work of the Process. From that place – the Spiritual Center – there’s not much room for depression.
–Lee Lipsenthal, M.D., ABHM; former president, American Board of Holistic Medicine