fellow, noun; a companion, comrade, or associate, belonging to the same rank or class, equal with one another.
The world is evolving faster than we are. As modern men, we’re taking in more stimulation and information than our ancestors could have imagined. Our stress is not a lightning bolt of adrenaline to escape a wild predator. Our stress is a never-ending background noise telling us to be more, earn more, do more, and buy more. Fortunately, there are practices that can keep us grounded, resilient, and in control.
The practices for the modern man are built around how to cultivate a healthy nervous system to meet the world with presence, leadership, and a deep sense of listening. Our work is to feel our emotions, digest our experiences, process our anger, turn on our pleasure, generate safety, empower others, and dismantle our culturally inherited patterns of checking out instead of leaning into life.
We will learn breath, embodiment, and meditation practices to tap into our power before circling up in conversation and community. Come ready to move, feel, and rise up together.