Being Men Together - Men’s Retreat at The Sentinel

Join Gabriel Keczan and David Stegman at The Sentinel for a Men’s Retreat Feb 22, 23, 24th 2019 for the personal renewal of Being Men Together.

  • renew / revision / recharge

  • deepen into purpose and vision

  • rumble with power and vulnerability

  • connect with sacred fires of brotherhood

  • release what no longer serves

What to expect

  • 6 amazing healthy, organic meals

  • time to connect with the beauty of Kootenay Lake

  • time to connect with your self and a group of men coming together for the purpose of personal growth and spiritual renewal

We will use voice, embodied practice, shadow exploration, movement & rhythm and revisit life purpose, soul connection and the mythic backdrop of our lives by looking at poetry, myth, process and co-created ritual.

Investment in yourself:

$535 + tax Glamping
$595 + tax Twin Shared Room

Tuition includes free, half-hour coaching call prior to the retreat.

What to bring/pack:

  • bathing suite (sauna and hot-tub at The Sentinel)

  • journal

  • appropriate clothes for the season

The Sentinel is a beautiful retreat centre on the shores of Kootenay Lake tucked deep in the interior of the Columbia River Basin of British Columbia, the unceded traditional homeland of the Sinixt, Ktunaxa and Sylix Peoples.

The Sentinel is a 4-hour drive from Spokane Airport. Inquire to regarding Airport Shuttle Services to and from Spokane.

At Being Men Together we are restoring the masculine community as a resource for cultural renewal

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Create | Imagine | Renew

Initiation is not optional. Every one of us must find our way through the lingering sediment of adolescence into a seasoned adulthood. We must be able to feel our loyalties to watersheds, migratory pathways, marginalized communities, and the soul of the world. We must feel the bedrock of our aliveness, and the reality of our wild and exuberant life. Initiation tempers the soul, drawing out its hidden essence and calls forth the marrow of medicine we came to offer this stunning world.
— Francis Weller