Embodied Men’s Group


Join me and a group of other conscious men who are steadfastly committed to spiritual and personal growth...

Men who are taking a stand for living lives of purpose and depth, not tolerating society’s version of masculine success. Men who will sit with you, listen to you, help you see your gifts and your shadows.

November Workshop – The Masculine in Relationship

November 26th – North Vancouver

what’s in it for you?

  • Learn to trust your own masculine and feminine energy and that of other men.
  • Develop a practice of opening, deepening and loving.
  • Bring your victories and challenges into a container of masculine compassion and empathy.
  • Bring depth and purpose to your relationships, your work and the world.
  • Get feedback and accountability in the safety of other conscious men.
  • Escape the forest of your suffering and burden that most men face today.
  • Get feedback and accountability in the safety of other conscious men.
  • Cultivate a way of being in the world that is aligned to your deepest purpose.

Is this group for you?

The focus of this group is embodiment, which I believe is the best vehicle for deep mens work.

As men, we’re great at understanding and intellectualizing the things we learn. We’re good at talking, reasoning, rationalizing. Where we fall down is making things real through our actions. This is where embodiment comes in and where this group is different.

We’ll learn and grow through action. This means breath and movement, which will be a hallmark of this group. Together, we’ll reprogram our default settings, and societal programming so that we can cultivate and embody the purpose and way of being we’re trying to create in the world.

No matter what you’re trying to create more of in the world, this group will help you bring it closer to life.

our principles

  • We are equals – no man is above any other man or creature.
  • Learning happens from each other, moment to moment.
  • No guru – I’m there to provide structure. The rest is up to you.
  • Safety – This container is tight.

All workshop proceeds go to Claire’s Place Foundation