Upcoming GBTQ New Warrior Training Adventure weekends
|Location||Start Date||End Date||Link|
|Los Angeles Area||Fri June 5, 2020||Sun, Jun 7, 2020||Register|
|Near Atlanta, Georgia||Fri Sept 11 , 2020||Sun Sept 13, 2020||Register|
|Mexico||Fri Oct 9, 2020||Sun Oct 11, 2020||Register|
|New York City Area||Fri Oct 23, 2020||Sun Oct 25, 2020||Register|
New Warrior Training Adventure Weekends
Whether you identify as Gay, Bi, Trans, Questioning, Queer, or Curious, the GBTQ New Warrior Training Adventure (NWTA) provides a path to discovering and integrating your authentic masculine power. We welcome you!
WHAT IS IT: The New Warrior Training Adventure weekend is a real time hero’s journey, and the challenge of a lifetime for many men. This is not a retreat, a conference, or a workshop. We invite men to join us for a safe, cutting edge sex-, alcohol-, and drug-free life-changing experience, 48 hours to look at your life without distractions.
Though all NWTA weekends are open to all men, some choose our GBTQ-focused NWTAs. The staff on this special weekend is comprised mostly of GBTQ men.
HOW LONG IS IT: Exact times vary, but 5pm Friday until 5pm Sunday is usual.
WHAT YOU WILL GET: You’ll get more than you’re willing to hope for: purpose, passion, vibrancy, joy, healing, connection to self, new energy, clarity, power, freedom, understanding, brotherhood, and trust. Over 59,000 men have now taken this journey, and every man’s experience has been unique.
WHAT DOES IT COST: Prices vary according to location. The cost is between $650 and $750 in the U.S. This includes all accommodations, meals and materials. Financial assistance and payment plans are often available.
WHO RUNS IT: The ManKind Project International. We are a 35 year-old nonprofit organization with a proven track-record of helping men grow, flourish, and build community. We want your life to be ALL that you want it to be. We want you to be healthy in mind, body and spirit, to feel valuable and powerful as a mature man in the world. We want a culture that is safe, supportive and vibrant for our partners, families, chosen families, kids and grand-kids. If you want that too, then take this to heart – this training will have a profound impact on you and all those you care about.
What’s your next step? Have questions? Talk to man about attending.
- Out Smart Magazine Houston – MKP Helps Men Overcome Internalized Homophobia Outsmart Magazine – Houston’s LGBTQ Magazine published a piece about the ManKind Project’s New Warrior Training Adventure GBTQ Gateway and its impact on men. Thanks to Cameron Wallace for this write-up, and to the many men who shared testimonials about the ManKind Project. Here is the the article! http://www.outsmartmagazine.com/2017/10/gay-houstonians-say-mankind-project-helped-them-conquer-internalized-homophobia/ Excerpt: Tony Gray of Houston, another graduate of ...
- KPFT Houston – Queer Voices Radio the New Warrior Training Adventure Greg Gondron, Certified Leader for the upcoming GBTQ Gateway NWTA in Texas – Nov 3-5, 2017, speaks with Queer Voices Radio about the New Warrior Training Adventure, connecting with men, overcoming fear and mistrust, and celebrating authenticity. He’s joined by hosts Bryan Hlavinka and Andrew Edmonson. Andrew, interestingly, completed the New Warrior Training in 2005. https://3ts0961oy1tv2vpgsk1dtdt5-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/QueerVoices-kpft_170925_200000qv.mp3
- ProudFM Ontario – GBTQ Gateways Whether you identify as Gay, Bi, Trans, Questioning, Queer, or Curious, the New Warrior Training Adventure GBTQ Gateway provides a path to discovering and integrating your authentic masculine power. Richard chats with Greg Gondron about their upcoming weekend in Southern Ontario. https://3ts0961oy1tv2vpgsk1dtdt5-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/ManKindPride-OUTFM-Ontario.mp3
The primary goal of this site is to welcome Gay, Bi, Trans, Queer and Questioning men who have some interest in the Mankind Project and the GBTQ New Warrior Training Adventure weekends.
New Warriors and the Mankind Project organization are also very intent on being increasingly inclusive and culturally diverse. We have taken “welcoming” and “100% honest” to heart.