Developing and Maintaining A Healthy Masculine Self
This year’s annual men’s retreat is a way to work with all that is going on with our families, communities and the world by first working on ourselves, and doing so in the fellowship of other men hungry for authentic connection and seeking the next active steps in their lives.
To help you begin to define your own sense of masculinity during the retreat you will learn to:
Identify and speak your truth
Engage healthfully with your challenges
Normalize your experience as a man
Form an action plan for the next steps ahead
This time together creates both a level of adaptability and resilience, a time of creativity and possibility that matches up personal fate with the world destiny.
The summer season is a potent time to dive deep within ourselves to illuminate how we see ourselves and present ourselves in the world. The full days of brightness shine a powerful light on your current life choices, and provides a potent time to reflect, reevaluate and realign yourself into a fuller version of yourself. This weekend together is a perfect way to practice being witness to your process in the midst of enacting your life choices.
Come join us to examine exactly what is, begin to uncover your personal visions, and develop resources to connect your personal visions with the needs and demands of our daily lives. Come step into authentic action.
Come be inspired by each other, be open to listening, healing, connection, and laughter. Through storytelling, poetry, music, ritual, dance, metaphorical process and council we will learn how to better care for ourselves so that we can inspire our circles with clear passion from an open heart. Sign up now to join us for a weekend full of blessing, wonder and renewal.
This intergenerational circle is welcome of all men. We each bring valuable insights that are a critical source of guidance and balance during the gathering.
Location and Times: June 27 – 30, 2019
We will begin at 2:00pm on Thursday and end by 2:00pm on Sunday.
We will drive and in to a wilderness campsite on private land surrounded by national forest between Lyons and Estes Park, Colorado. It is beautiful and secluded land offering a profound sense of wildness and homecoming. You will provide your own tent and gear, and will have ample space to spread out and find just the right spot for to set up your home for 4 days. Cook stoves and tables are set up in our outdoor kitchen where delicious and healthy meals will be provided. Meeting areas are under tarps in case of inclement weather next to our ritual dance ground. More details and directions will be sent upon receipt of registration and payment.
Post Retreat Support: Included in the retreat cost, and a critical part of our program, are 2+ one-hour post retreat group phone calls to help you bring the power of the weekend back into your life. These calls will be scheduled, as much as possible based on your availability, over the course of 2-4 weeks after the retreat.
Staff: Jason Geoffrion, Stuart Motola, Jake Lohwater and staff. You can view biographies of our staff here.
Cost includes tuition, meals and follow-up support.
A minimum non-refundable deposit of $150 is required to hold your reservation and assure you of a spot in this gathering. Space is limited to 30 participants.
If you wish to set up a payment plan or inquire about a scholarship, please arrange with the MLA office prior to the event. Email Jason for the MLA Scholarship Application Form.
What To Bring: Upon receipt of your payment or deposit you’ll receive an email confirmation that will include a welcome packet with gear list, directions and other information.
For more information or other inquiries please contact Jason Geoffrion, MLA Director: 303-444-9022, email@example.com