Dr Joe Dispenza

Progressive workshop in Basel 2024

Information video

Visitor information

We look forward to seeing you and 8,000 like-minded people! You will find all the important information on this website. Here is an overview of what you should not forget:

  1. It is essential that you prepare for the event with the (Preparation – “Intensive Workshop”). Login details listed below.
  2. Take warm, cozy clothes with you.
  3. Allow enough time for your journey, as the streetcar station in front of the hall is closed and therefore only rail replacement services are running.
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Preparation - "Intensive Workshop"

This transformative event promises to change your life in a profound way and we want to make sure you are as prepared as possible. Therefore, it is a MUST to prepare yourself with the online package “Intensive Workshop”.

It’s a simple step-by-step guide to your intensive online course:
1. copy password: drjoebasel2024
2. click on the link that corresponds to your language:

3. enter (or type) the password in the field: drjoebasel2024
4. start the course and have fun!

Event times

Friday 10.05.2024: 07:00pm – 09:00pm

Saturday 11.05.2024: 09:00am – 07:30pm

Sunday 12.05.2024: 08:30am – 7pm

Note: It is possible that Dr. Joe Dispenza may extend the times a little, which means that the event may last longer than the times given here.


Admission times

Friday 10.05.2024: 5pm – 7pm

Saturday 11.05.2024: Will be announced on site

Sunday 12.05.2024: Will be announced on site


Tickets not found or received

You have not received your ticket by e-mail after confirming your purchase in the store? Or you can’t find your ticket in the e-mail? Please do the following:

1) check your spam folder
2) the ticket was sent by our ticketing partner “elopage” with mail@elopage.com, please search for your ticket under “elopage” in the search field
3) it didn’t work? Please write to our support team at: events@psionline.zendesk.com

Please print the tickets on paper, so it is much faster at the entrance.

Note: There is no Wi-Fi for visitors in the hall.

Change the name on the ticket/ resell the ticket

Change name: If you want to change the name on your ticket because you are passing it on or have bought it for someone else, please write the following details to our Customer Support: First name, last name, e-mail of the new ticket holder.


Ticket sold – change data

If you want to resell your ticket because you cannot attend yourself, please proceed as follows:

Write the following data to our Customer Support: First name, last name, e-mail


Customer Support will then change the participant data and the new ticket holder will receive their ticket from us.

Important information on arrival!

During the event, there will be no streetcar service for the entire duration of the event due to a construction site in front of St. Jakobshalle until September. A rail replacement service will be set up, but this will have a lower capacity. We therefore strongly recommend that you plan your journey even earlier than usual.

You can find all further information on how to get there in the next point!

How to get there!

Attention: Rail replacement service for streetcar line 14.

The streetcar service will be interrupted from April 29 to the end of September 2024; a streetcar replacement with buses will be set up. The St. Jakob streetcar stop will be relocated during the renovation; this will be signaled on site.

Please note the route plan for the streetcar replacement.

The situation plan gives you a good overview of how to get there by public transport.

1. local public transport from Basel SBB station to St. Jakobshalle

Option 1:

Tram 8, 10, 11 runs from SBB station to Aeschenplatz – alternatively you can also walk this route (approx. 10 min. walk)
Tram 14 is canceled, therefore there is
rail replacement service
from Aeschenplatz to St. Jakobshalle (please allow extra time for your journey)

Option 2:

Tram 10, 11 or S-Bahn S3 from SBB station to Basel, Dreispitz
Bus 36, 37, 47 from Basel, Dreispitz to Basel, St. Jakob or walk from Basel, Dreispitz to Basel, St. Jakob (approx. 15 min.)

2. connections from the airports

EuroAirport Basel:
Bus no. 50 to Basel, Bahnhof SBB
Tram 8, 10, 11 runs from SBB station to Aeschenplatz – alternatively you can also walk this route (approx. 10 min. walk)
Tram 14 is canceled, therefore there is
rail replacement service
from Aeschenplatz to St. Jakobshalle (please allow extra time for your journey)

Zurich Airport:
Zug IR Zürich Flughafen nach Zürich HB
Train IC Zurich HB to Basel SBB
Tram 8, 10, 11 runs from SBB station to Aeschenplatz – alternatively you can also walk this route (approx. 10 min. walk)
Tram 14 is canceled, therefore there is
rail replacement service
from Aeschenplatz to St. Jakobshalle (please allow extra time for your journey)

3. arrival by car

Cars will only be able to drive on St. Jakobsstrasse between the St. Jakob junction and Zeughausstrasse in the direction of the city until the end of November 2024.

Parking garage St. Jakobshalle

In the rear area of the St. Jakobshalle Basel, there are 1.478 paid parking spaces available. The St. Jakob car park is operated by the Canton of Basel-Stadt and is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Further information on prices and how to get there can be found here.

Waiting times and admission

With 8000 visitors, there may be longer waiting times. We therefore recommend that you arrive early and have paper tickets ready in advance to make your experience as smooth as possible. Please note that there may be longer waiting times when using the toilets and getting food. We do our best to ensure that everything runs smoothly, but we still recommend that you plan your needs in advance and allow a little extra time if necessary.

What you should bring with you

Some important notes on what to bring.

What you should bring with you:

  • Warm clothing: Since our event takes place in the colder months and Dr. Joe Dipsenza deliberately cools the temperature to 20°C for concentration reasons, it is advisable to be prepared for changing temperatures. Please remember to bring warm clothes so that you feel comfortable and relaxed.
  • Meditation mask: In order to be able to concentrate fully on the event and your inner peace, we ask you to bring your meditation mask with you. If you don’t have one, you can always buy a meditation mask from the book store.
  • Please do not wear perfume: Out of consideration for our fellow participants who may be sensitive to fragrances, we ask that you do not use perfume or other strong-smelling products.

Items not permitted in St. Jakobs Halle:

St. Jakobshalle determines what may and may not be taken into the hall. Please refer to the following link to find out what you are not allowed to take into the hall: Prohibited items

  • Backpacks, handbags, bags, suitcases, etc. larger than DIN A4 (but can all be handed in at the checkroom)
  • Photo, video and digital cameras as well as sound recording devices, selfie sticks, GoPros, etc.)
  • Cans, bottles of any kind, tetra packs, beer kegs, spray paint, alcohol (water bottles will be handed out in the hall)
  • Knives, weapons, pepper sprays, gas horns, fireworks of any kind, pyrotechnic objects, laser pointers…
  • Screams, motorcycle helmets, flagpoles (pocket umbrella – peck allowed)
  • Pets: We ask that you do not bring pets into the hall to avoid possible discomfort for the animal and other participants.

You can find more information on this topic on the St Jakobshalle website: https://stjakobshalle.ch/infos/

Please do not bring small children.


Important to know

Please familiarize yourself with the following points to ensure the best possible experience for you and the other participants.

  • If for any reason you have to leave the meditation at any time, you cannot re-enter the room. We understand that there may be emergencies, but we have to consider the group.
    Please use the toilets during the breaks and in good time before the start of the meditation.
  • Please turn off your cell phone during all events.
  • Audio and video recordings are not permitted

If you need help or have any questions, our staff will be available to help you during the event.

Unacceptable behavior

If you do not adhere to the rules of conduct listed here. your registration will be revoked – without refund – and you will be excluded from future events.

  1. You may not make any video, photo or media recordings of any kind during the events.
  2. You must not be under the influence of alcohol during the event.
  3. You may not intentionally disrupt the event experience by causing disruptions or endangering the safety of Dr. Joe or other participants.
  4. You may not hold private coaching sessions with other participants before, during or after the event.
  5. You may not use any licensed or copyrighted images, audio or video recordings of the events or products without written permission. Note that this is illegal and can be prosecuted under copyright law.
  6. You may not be under the influence of mind-altering drugs or request/share these substances with other participants. Please note that this rule applies within 30 days of the start of the event and applies for the entire duration of the retreat.

If you have an item with you that you do not want to take into the hall, you can hand it in at the checkroom before queuing.

  1. Fee: The use of the checkroom is subject to a fee of CHF 3.00. The team at the hall only accepts cash and Swiss francs. Please have the appropriate amount ready to speed up check-in at the checkroom.
  2. Opening hours: The checkroom is open during the entire event.

We recommend that you always carry valuable items such as cell phones and wallets with you. The wardrobe is only used to store your clothes and accessories.

Important: for suitcases and bags there is a separate info section below.

Suitcases and bags

To ensure that your event experience runs as smoothly as possible, we would like to inform you that it is not permitted to bring backpacks, suitcases, bags, handbags or other containers larger than A4 into the hall.

Don’t worry – we have set up a luggage room where you can safely leave your suitcase or bag before you have passed through the entrance and validated your ticket. The luggage room is located very close to the entrance on the left-hand side.

If you have any questions, our team will be happy to help you at the entrance.

Please note that there is a charge of CHF 3.00 per item for the use of the checkroom, and this charge is payable in cash and in Swiss francs only.

Translation and headphones

Here is important information about the translation device. The event will be held in English. We offer simultaneous translation in German and French.

  1. Pre-booking and payment of the translation device: To ensure that you have a translation device available, we ask you to book and pay for it in advance. This guarantees you the availability of a device. Book a German translationBook a French translation
  2. Bring your own headphones (only with AUX cable) and connection:
    You have the option of bringing your own headphones (with cable only) and an AUX connection to use the translation device. This ensures that you have a comfortable listening experience. If you don’t have your own headphones, we will be happy to provide you with some.
  3. Ticket for translation device – IMPORTANT:
    Please make sure that you print out the ticket for your translation device, but do not show it at the entrance. It is clearly marked on the document which is the translation ticket and which is the entry ticket.

By following these steps, we will help all participants to enjoy the event smoothly and save us all a lot of time and effort.

Catering & Menu

We have planned a morning break with coffee and snacks for you on both days, Saturday and Sunday. Please note that this break is not the equivalent of a full breakfast. We therefore recommend coming to the event well fortified. There is also a little refreshment in the afternoon.

You can choose from the following options for your lunch break:

11.05.2024 Saturday: Poké Bowl: Salmon | sticky rice | edamame | mango | beef tendrils | ginger | cashews | Asian dressing -> Vegan with crispy tofu
Dessert: Orange TiramiSù – gluten-free vegan

12.05.2024 Sunday: Chicken bowl: quinoa | wakame | beetroot | sprouts | mango | pineapple ponzu sauce -> vegan with planted chicken if desired
Dessert: Coconut panna cotta – date and nut crumble – lemon cream – gluten-free vegan

  • Gluten-free: All menus are gluten-free meals.

The break lasts up to 90 minutes, giving you enough time to enjoy your meal in peace. Please be patient, we have 8000 like-minded people at the event, so it may take a while to get the food.

We will provide drinking water on Friday, but there will also be a kiosk on site where you can buy snacks.

We would like to point out that lunch and snacks on Saturday and Sunday during the breaks are already included in your participation fee.

Wheelchair users & wheelchair tickets

We have prepared the following for our guests with wheelchairs:

  1. Disabled parking spaces: Parking spaces are available in the two parking garages in the immediate vicinity of the hall.
  2. Wheelchair toilets: In the foyer of our venue, as shown on the map, you will find wheelchair toilets that are accessible with a Eurokey. These are available to you during the entire event.
  3. Admission: Our friendly staff will be ready to assist you at the entrance.

Important: If you have purchased a regular ticket and are traveling in a wheelchair, please contact us at events@psionline.zendesk.comyou will only have access to a wheelchair space with a designated wheelchair ticket.

We want to make sure that your visit to our event is as pleasant as possible. If you have any further questions or special requirements, please do not hesitate to contact us in advance. We look forward to welcoming you to our event and having a great time together.



There is no free WLAN for visitors in the hall.


It is not possible to park the campervan in the parking garage or in the parking lot behind the St. Jakobshalle.

Overnight stays in a vehicle in the parking lot behind the hall are prohibited. However, there are some nice pitches in the immediate vicinity that can be used.

Support request

For questions and requests regarding the event, please send us an e-mail: events@psionline.zendesk.com



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