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HOW TO LIVE FROM YOUR HEART

free(ing) workshops for men & folks on the masculine spectrum

Learn to connect more deeply with the people you love.

leaf & co.

Here’s a 3:30 intro video :)


It’s a profound moment when a group of men get in touch with what’s really going on inside. When we drop our guard, even for a minute, the world gets better. “How to Live from your Heart” is a free, powerful workshop where you start to free yourself from limiting beliefs, stories, and definitions. Make room for your feelings, and for the people and things that matter most.

In this safe and sacred space, you get to explore what’s under your skin: hidden beliefs about what it means to “be a man,” suppressed needs, hopes and fears you haven’t often shared.

You will stretch your heart in group discussion, counseling demonstrations, and rituals that drop you deeper into the moment. Each exercise is optional: an opportunity for you to decide how far to stretch your comfort-zone.

When you leave, you will have challenged your norms, built stronger community, and shared empathy with strangers. Armed with new insights, you will be able to connect with yourself and the people you love in a fundamentally deeper way.

DATES and LOCATIONS:


TBD: Davis, Sacramento, Nevada City

STAY TUNED! As we book more venues, new times and locations will be updated here.

You can also use this form to get on the email list, and get updates on future workshops.

Your personal growth and camaraderie doesn’t have to stop at the workshop. This path is so needed and has so much potential for healing!

That’s why I’m launching the Heartshop, a monthly deep dive into masculine psycho-spiritual growth, May 25 – October 26, with weekly one-on-one support sessions with your fellow students. If you are ready for more, (like… LOTS more) I’ve got you covered! I’ll tell you more about it at the end of the workshop, or if you can’t wait, feel free to call or email me for more info.

leaf Wild: (916)436-7622

wildishwork@gmail.com

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