Phoenix Rising Mens Retreat – Melbourne – 11th-13th December 2020
December 11 @ 4:00 pm - December 13 @ 2:00 pm$695
The Phoenix symbolises renewal and resurrection, so as we all start to awaken and stir from ‘The Great Pause’ what better time to brush off the cobwebs of isolation and come to country for a weekend of connection to yourself, other men and to nature.
The program includes Tantric Yoga, Yoga Nidra, Mindful Meditation Walks, Rituals and exploring the ‘Five Erotic Pillars’ of mindful self touch.
This retreat is limited to 20 men so everyone can can be comfortable. There will be plenty of space in our hall and shared spaces to maintain social distancing whilst enjoying social interaction. Some of the workshops on this retreat will be naked.
About Continental House:
Perfectly located in the Spa Centre of Victoria – Continental House is a 1920s Fun, Health and Wellbeing Centre – the ideal retreat for groups seeking time out to relax and be nurtured.
With 12 ensuite bedrooms, fully equipped yoga room, wood panelled lounge, stacked bookcases, and endless break away areas there is room for everyone to truly retreat and have that special time to recharge and relax. All of your food will be provided with love and care, creating healthy, vegetarian, home cooked meals.
Located directly on the Goldfields Track and within minutes of the Hepburn Springs Reserve there are endless options to immerse yourself in the natural surroundings. Walking, cycling, forest bathing and relaxing – all on the doorstep of this historic house.
About the Facilitators:
Curt Mason is a qualified and experienced Sex Educator, Counsellor and Gestalt psychotherapist and Meditator with over 20 years experience of working in mental health. Curt has a private practice in Sydney and primarily work with gay and same sex attracted Cis and Trans men. Curt has extensive experience in working with sexuality, intimacy, relationships, anxiety and complex trauma.
Ross MacPherson is a Yoga teacher with over 10 years experience in yoga and mindfulness. He first discovered yoga at drama school as form of movement training and quickly fell in love with its benefits. Improvements in posture, breath and wellbeing inspired him to become a teacher in Vinyasa Flow, Yin and Meditation classes, which he teaches around Melbourne. His classes are fluid and dynamic. They involve moving mindfully to tune into the sensations of the body, whilst building strength, stability and postural integrity. Ross brings a warm and supportive energy to his classes and is passionate about providing playful and challenging sequences that transform the way you think, feel and move.
Start: Friday 11th December 4pm
End: Sunday 13th December 2pm