JULY 9 & 10, 2021
In the potent and generative arena of sacred brotherhood, we will access, dance, and re-member four archetypal gateways to masculine wisdom:
Magician, Lover, Warrior, and Sovereign.
Together, we will focus on how each of these archetypes lives in us and offers us unique access into our thinking, feeling, doing, and being.
Men have always gathered in community to recover forgotten potentials and to awaken parts hidden in shadow. Our brotherhood and friendships will help us create a formidable field of interbeing as we dive deeply into our healthy roots and connections and the true soul of the masculine.
Through creative processes, we will access our capacities to be awake, accountable, and show up in the brilliance of our vulnerability. Our quest is to find the clarity, heart, courage and commitment to stand up in our wild sacred masculine selves and let our unique genius shine. Together we will celebrate what it is to be whole and authentic men in these times.
Please join us. Men 16 years & older are welcome.
Tom Daly, Ph.D. – Tom is a leadership trainer, a nationally recognized pioneering leader in men’s soul work, a ritual artist, and holistic healer. Tom has devoted his life to exploring and communicating the language of the heart and soul through exploring deep inner spaces. Since the mid 1970’s Tom has devoted his life to awakening and supporting boys, men, and elders in their authenticity & wholeness. He is a founder of 4 Gateway Coaching, the Inner King Training, the Living Arts Foundation, and The Men’s Leadership Alliance based in Boulder, CO. Tom is a husband, father, step-father and devoted grandfather.
Pieter Van Winkle is a soul-centric facilitator and men’s leader. Working at the intersection of soul, body and psyche, he works with men and couples to revitalize whole-hearted connection to self, other and community. He is also a pilot, ceramist and dog owner. He lives on a homestead farm in the West Elk Mountains of Colorado. Watch his recent talk on Embodied Men’s Work at pietervw.com/men.
Ramon Gabrieloff-Parish, MA is a family man deep in the mysteries and magic of marriage and fatherhood. He currently serves as an adjunct instructor at Naropa University teaching classes in environmental justice, social identity, and contemplative learning. Since 2004, Ramon has been a dedicated student of the SomaSource maps and thus, one of our most inspired and integral leaders over all these years. In this role, he has also been involved in an effort by local and international rites of passage practitioners, wilderness guides, and youth mentors to integrate services, create a clearing house for best practices, and help awaken mainstream educators to the elemental language of ritual. Ramon continues to quest for the alchemical marriage between dance, art, science, activism, cultural diversity and the sacred, through community gatherings, creative experimentation and social enterprise.
Gabriel Cannon, Registered Psychotherapist with an MA in Counseling Psychology. Gabriel is a school-based counselor at The Boys School of Denver, a public charter middle school that focuses on academics, movement, and social/emotional wellness. Gabriel has been involved with SomaSource over the past 18 years as a participant, trainee, and serves in various therapeutic, organizational, and musical roles. Gabriel is also a private practice therapist and a mentor (BoulderMentors.com) where he specializes in adolescent transitions, addictions, family systems, motivational techniques, goal setting, mental health challenges, self-expression, and soulful exploration. Gabriel co-leads a yearly, wilderness-based rite of passage program for teenage boys and their families with Men’s Leadership Alliance. When Gabriel is not in service, he is basking in the warmth of his own family system with his wife and son. Together they like to play outdoors: hiking, biking, snowboarding, camping, and playing with friends.
Juan Guerrero was born in Monterey, Mexico, and raised between Mexico and Houston TX. In 2016 he followed a call for something more and hit the road, his travels led him to settle in Colorado. Since early 2016 he has been deeply immersed in Golden Bridge programs and trainings through which we discovered his dance and his medicine.
Juan’s youth exposed him to an unjust education system, gang violence, and drugs. His coming of age has been a renaissance in which he has discovered himself to be a mentor, a singer-songwriter, an artisan, an activist, and a proud business owner. Juan is a skilled carpenter, mason, welder, landscaper, and handyman. He is passionate about combining his hard and soft skills to create healthy environments for young men questing for the sacred masculine. He is integrating men’s work from many lineages. Juan led his first men’s circle in Rio de Janeiro through Golden Bridge. He is married to a wonderful woman and is honored to be a loved and trusted leader in his community.