Sunday 2nd June
9:00am – 3:30pm
If you’re a compassionate, courageous, connected guy who can get a little out of balance with the complex demands of work, family, friendships and relationship sometimes, then this retreat is for you.
You’ll spend a day in the beautiful bush surrounds of Bibra Lake connecting with other guys who are also juggling complex lives, like healthy communities have done for thousands of years. You’ll discover ways to grow a greater sense of support and balance mentally, emotionally and physically, so you can live a big life more effortlessly.
You’ll be guided through a basic* yoga and meditation practice, facilitated group conversation about the things that matter most to you, and solo reflection so you can:
• DE-STRESS from the current worries currently impacting you
• CONNECT with men who get what you’re going through
• DISCOVER practical tools to untangle the conflicts in your life
• BALANCE your wellbeing with the complex demands of your life
• RE-ENERGISE so you can go back to those you love with your cup full
Numbers are limited to 25, so book now. This retreat is open to ALL MEN from any background, religion, political persuasion or sexual orientation.
** No previous yoga or meditation experience is required.
James ‘Fish’ Gill is a transformational group facilitator and a Tamara Yoga teacher. His programs have created transformative experiences that grow empathy, connection and understanding (or as he says, turn shit to gold) in businesses, non-profits and schools throughout Australia since 2008. Fish has presented nationally and internationally on growing resilience in the face of complexity, and fostering healthy, meaningful community connection amongst men. As a consultant Fish advises on the development and delivery of contemporary rites of passage programs in schools and communities that create space for men of all ages to skillfully navigate life transitions. His warm, compassionate facilitation style draws on his experiences as an educator, yoga teacher, actor and loving, fallible father of two young adults.
WHAT TO BRING:
• COMFORTABLE CLOTHING FOR YOGA
• APPROPRIATE (WARM. WEATHERPROOF) CLOTHING FOR OUTDOORS
• FOOD FOR YOURSELF FOR THE DAY