WORKSHOP details

This workshop is for men who are committed to having a truly fulfilling life.

It’s real, it’s raw, and it’ll rock your soul.

Noble Man is not a lecture, and no one is going to wave a magic wand and “fix” you. Instead, it’s an opportunity for you to do real, deep inner work on yourself. You’ll be in the company of other men who are committed to the same outcome, supported by an experienced female staff and under the guidance of skilled facilitators who have all done this work before you. 

Every man comes into Noble Man with his own private thoughts, feelings, and issues he wants to address, but you will quickly discover that you’re not alone. Some of the most common topics that come up among participants are:

  • Shame over sexual desires
  • Inability to be vulnerable while maintaining your sense of self
  • Difficulties in relationships with women
  • Dissatisfaction with career
  • Fear of showing weakness
  • Feelings of inadequacy as a partner and father
  • A sense of overwhelm, that the needs of the family outweigh the needs of the man
  • Difficulty balancing need for intimacy with the desire to appear manly
  • Feeling lost – a general feeling of uncertainty about life’s purpose (and whether it’s ok to feel this way)
  • Self-doubt in relationships and work
  • Need for sexual validation that is ultimately unfulfilling

How does it work?

Throughout the weekend, Noble Man facilitators will guide you through a series of exercises designed to peel back the layers of your “inner onion” one by one, creating opportunities for self-discovery and breakthroughs at each step of the process.

You will have the chance to identify the exact issues that leave you feeling depleted, and in the company of other men just like you, have the opportunity to express forgiveness and discover your true underlying self.

At each step, you will learn to express yourself honestly in a safe and comfortable environment, surrounded by other men going through the same process.

Facilitators are guiding small group sharing circles that provide opportunities to share authentically and discover how real connection and intimacy are the true drivers of satisfying relationships.

Rite of Passage

Whether it was a first saber-tooth tiger hunt, an initial raid on a neighboring village, or a vision quest, society has always provided rites of passage for young men to prove their courage to themselves and fully take their place in their tribe as a man. Today’s culture offers no such opportunity, and men are left feeling lost and unsure.

Noble Man provides a chance for each man to individually confront and conquer his own fears and inner demons in a physically and emotionally safe environment. This rite of passage, or Initiation, is a highlight of the workshop and is what sets our workshops apart from therapy, retreats, or other work you’ve done for yourself in the past.. Your Initiation is what leads to profound internal understanding and lasting behavioral changes. It is deeply personal and spiritually powerful in ways that are otherwise unavailable to men today.

Just as each man confronts his own private issues, he also experiences his own personal outcome. Yet thousands of Noble Man participants share common themes in their experience. Here’s what they say:

  • “Now I understand myself better and why I’ve made the choices I have made. I feel comfortable with the challenges I face as a man instead of feeling alone in them.”
  • “For the first time, I feel truly comfortable in my own skin instead of the imposter I have always felt like around women.”
  • “I learned that the things I felt ashamed of are just part of my humanity. I had no idea other men felt the same shame.”
  • “I’ve learned to lead from compassion instead of from fear.”
  • “I feel alive. Before, I was just going through the motions and faking my way through life. Now I feel real passion.”
  • “I’ve gained real confidence in myself. I understand who I am and why I matter.”
  • “I’ve learned how to forgive. I’ve let go of pains from my past, and learned to forgive the ones who hurt me, including myself.”
  • “I’ve experienced lasting behavior changes. I no longer feel the hunger for sexual validation, so now I seek relationships that allow me to feel real connection with women.”
  • “I’ve learned to ask for what I want in a healthy way instead of demanding it aggressively and ruining my relationships.”