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Unleashing our Creative Power as Queer and Trans Kin

JULY 12 & 13, 2024

At Shining Mountain Waldorf School, Boulder, CO, USA

(Concurrent with Shakti Sisterhood and Benevolent Brotherhood)

Together, we will journey into the ever-expanding landscapes of our bodies, hearts, and spirits, reclaiming the many expressions of our souls. By honoring our longing for belonging and with the support of our LGBTQ+ ancestral lineages, we will access our inherent embodied playfulness and delve into the archetypes of queer power, finding refuge in our personal and collective magic as queer and trans kin.

Welcome to this rite of passage. This coming home.
This time for creative connection and queer celebration.

Join the Golden Bridge LGTBQ+ community for this deep dance of healing and liberation for all who identify within the expansive spectrum of LGBTQQ2sIA+ identity, expression, and lived experience.


Friday, July 12: 6-9pm (Doors open at 5:30pm)

Saturday, July 13: 9:30am-9pm (Doors open at 9am)



$185 – $220

Payment plans and some work-exchange opportunities will be available.


Angus Baguinho is a drama therapist and a SomaSource practitioner with a passion for embodied, holistic justice. They believe liberatory, transformative change must be tended to at every level, from the somatic, interpersonal, and spiritual to the cultural, systemic, and political. Through theater, play, movement and dance, Angus brings people together in creative spaces for individual expression and collective action, all through a rites-of-passage framework.

Angus comes from an immigrant, multicultural, blended, beautiful mess of a family in the San Francisco Bay Area. Growing up, Angus, like many, felt alienated from their immediate family and diminished by society’s assumptions. They sought comfort and creativity in their relationships outside of the home and limiting expectations; mostly with mentors and peers who later turned out to be queer and trans like them! Those connections fostered a sense of deep belonging and queer kinship in Angus that they now carry into their professional and personal life with devotion.

After receiving their bachelor’s degree in “Decolonization through Theater ” from Pitzer College, Angus taught K-8 theater classes, facilitated Theater of the Oppressed workshops to High School students, and performed in a Playback Theater troupe in Asheville, North Carolina. They were so inspired by the healing potential of theater that they went on to complete their M.A. in Counseling Psychology with a focus in Drama Therapy at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco, during which time they worked with adult clients one-on-one at the Pacific Center in Berkeley, the longest-running LGBTQ+ community mental health clinic in the country. Angus now lives on the ancestral lands of many indigenous nations including the Ute, Cheyenne, and Arapaho in Longmont, CO where they co-facilitate Rooted, a nature-based, rites-of-passage program for transgender tweens, see adult clients through their drama therapy practice Rites of Belonging and work as the Mental Health Coordinator for OASOS, a Boulder County Public Health youth-directed program supporting LGBTQ+ youth.

LGBTQ+ community building and “queer world making” has been the red thread of meaning and purpose throughout Angus’ life, so they are beyond grateful and thrilled to be co-leading Divine Siblinghood this summer with the incredible Abigail Lubahn and with the support and leadership of their mentor Melissa Michaels, Ed.D. Please email them at with any questions or points of connection!

Abigail Rita Lubahn, MA, LPC, R-DMT, graduated from Naropa University with a Masters of Arts in Somatic Counseling Psychology with a concentration in Dance/Movement Therapy. Abigail has worked with NorthStar Transitions, an Addiction Recovery clinic offering Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program running group, individual, couples and family therapy. Abigail also works as a SomaSource Practitioner and independent contractor with Golden Bridge Organization since 2014 and has a private practice located in Boulder. Prior to employment with NorthStar Transitions Abigail worked as an emergency clinician in hospitals, jails, detox and crisis clinic with Boulder Mental Health Partners. She was also trained in various trauma-informed treatment modalities addressing developmental and early childhood trauma. She has worked with international populations using mindfulness-based, creative arts and movement therapies emphasizing client-centered interventions. Much of her orientation focuses on cultivating radical acceptance and compassion in the recovery and healing process from trauma, eating disorders, personality disorders and addiction. Outside of clinical settings, Abigail also works as creative support staff and professional dancer to a Brazilian dance company Samba Colorado and an assistant Capoeira instructor with United Capoeira Association. She has participated in facilitating and collaborative creative performance art programs while in the Naropa Graduate Program. She is currently developing a private practice based in Boulder and continuing to build bridges between various dance communities.

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