Learn the skills that remove habits of disconnection
and make deeper intimacy organic and automatic
Deep intimacy and the energy created by masculine/feminine polarity is the result of a way of being that requires intention, openness and a commitment to changing our habitual ways of relating. These are skills that can be practiced and through time, mastered; but are also available to us in any moment. Practicing the art of embodiment, intimate communication and feeling awareness is at the heart of these events. And like learning any new skill, having a safe and deep environment to practice is crucial.
The program was born from a desire to create leaders in the realm of Embodied Men’s Work and coaching. This virtual men's group is exclusively for men who want to go deep into the practices and learn teaching methods for leading men’s work, purpose driven leadership, sexual and relational intimacy, and mindful meditation.
Space is limited to 14 men.
Join us for a fully immersive year-long men's training program based on the best-selling book, The Way of the Superior Man by David Deida. Together we will read and explore a new chapter every week of the year, and meet in-person once per month in Santa Monica, CA for an evening of discussion, Q&A, and hands on practices led by David Deida teaching assistant, Justin Patrick Pierce and Los Angeles based men's teacher, John Wineland.
A 6 month coaching program led by Kendra Cunov and John Wineland, it includes 15 (2.5 hour) group video calls, training videos, homework, practice partners & a private FB group between sessions, plus two live weekend intensives. This will be a no-holds-barred experience that will, without a doubt, transform your love life, your sex life & your teaching.
There isn't anything out there today that provides a container for getting deep into the power and practices of embodied men's work. Nothing like this really exists. Yes, there are programs that introduce men to this work –but nothing that provides a brotherhood of practice with consistency and accountability.