The Mindful Men's Support Group is a community and movement for men who are awakening to their own power, strength, heart and resilience. For men who want believe they are here for a bigger purpose than what they are currently living. And are ready to express that purpose in the world.
For men who know they want to transcend beyond stereotypical male paradigms, creating and living their own definition of masculinity.
For men who want to learn any person and experience that forces them to expand beyond their comfort zone, shining a light on their own blindspots.
No one is obligated to participate but we invite you to tap into fears and aspects of yourself that might be hidden, immature, or unrecognized. This group is NOT intended to be a space for psychotherapy or any form of medical or psychological support or advice. Each man who chooses to be a member and attends our events is responsible for his own emotional, physical and mental well-being.
If you are stuck, have hit a wall, don’t know where to go, or just want to fine-tune where you are, or just desire male companionship, this group could help.
This is non-competitive group that practices non-violent communication. It is an interactive group structured to answer questions, learn applicable techniques, and to help men share honest feedback with each other. The group will be private and held in a space that allows processing and introspection. All men are welcome but you must be in alignment with the purpose and values of the group. Whether you are straight, gay, single, younger, older, or in a relationship, this group is open to ALL.
Note: The majority of the men showing up are straight so topics regarding relationships lean more towards a heterosexual point of view.
REMEMBER THIS GROUP IS FOR MEN ONLY. No women or teenagers under 18.
The group's facilitator is Jeffrey Platts, a men's coach and authentic communication expert who is passionate about helping men live and relate with passion and purpose. With over 20 years of personal study and transformational training, he has led nearly 200 workshops and retreats in US and Canada on personal growth, dating, and communication. Jeffrey's work and writing has been featured in the Huffington Post, Washington Post, ABC News, Authentic Man Program and the Good Men Project. He brings a rich toolbox of insights and experiences to his facilitation, integrating his adventures as DJ, amateur stand-up comedian, salsa dancer, yoga teacher and world traveler. Find out more at http://jeffreyplatts.com.