The Yang Gang is a man’s group event that openly discusses problems and solutions to specific men’s dilemmas. Held monthly it is intended to give men the opportunity to get back to their spiritual roots and begin a new life with support and tribal connection.
As a protected gathering that gives each man the opportunity to be heard, it finds the true nature of men’s needs and desires and recognises their place in the world and their purpose in life.
Giving fathers and sons the chance to bond through simple language and recognising the work of other men’s groups and rituals, it brings together elements of nature, rhythm and basic instincts to produce a powerful collective energy.
This event is run on a donation basis with the proceeds being directed to other men’s work.
Contact: For more information please contact Lionel Cox using the form below.
Where and when we meet: Every 2rd Sunday of the month from 2pm to 6pm. We meet at Blissland, Heather Bank Farm, Congleton Edge, Congleton, Cheshire CW12 3NA. This is not the easiest of places to find so we have specific directions available on request to any attendees. We already run many events here at Blissland and it seems appropriate to balance the female Yin Crowd with the Yang Gang.
The group is open to all men, regardless of age, race, creed or sexuality or previous experience of men's work. We use fire, silence, meditation, myth, and a talking stick to offer a space away from life's busyness. We create a safe environment to share honestly and vulnerably with one another and we encourage each other to explore and discover the true purpose of our lives.
Contact: Simon using the form below
Where and when we meet: There are two groups in London each month. Men can attend either or both. Usual time and location:
Euston on the first Thursday of the month; Battersea on the third Tuesday of the month.
Contact Simon for details.
A men's group meets regularly in the Liverpool and Wirral area, rotating it's meetings around the homes of its members. The group is seeking to build regular participation amongst its members, rather than casual attendance. New members tend to be introduced by an existing member. When new men join the group, the existing members hold a 'closing' meeting before inviting the new member to an 'opening' meeting where the group reformulates and agrees its way of working together; this process is intended to ensure that all men are equal members of the group.
To get in touch, please use the form below.