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Exploring Sacred Intimacy

Mar 19-21 or 22

Come join us to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Men In Touch

at our

Level Two workshop in Northern California,

the place it all began!

We are inviting conscious men who have already been initiated into Sacred Touch through Authentic Eros, Body Electric and/or Men In Touch to meet for an intentional process of nourishing and instructive “intimacy labs.” 
[If you have other comparable experience, please contact the facilitators prior to registering.]

  • Open to single men and couples.

  • All exercises will be with random partners to deepen the learning about being authentic with ourselves and each other man.

Of course, new men are always welcome! No prior experience? No problem! 
To gain the experience for our Level Two retreat, you can sign up for:​

WHERE?  -  Saratoga Springs Retreat Center  Upper Lake, CA 95485 

Amenities include: delicious meals using fresh and organic ingredients, large swimming pool, 16 person hot tub, 260 acres of hiking trails, rustic cabins, 19th century lodge, very easy access and secure parking.

YOUR GUIDES  -  Sequoia & Ziji

Most of us feel a deep longing for intimate connection with others. Yet many do not have a clear idea what exactly we want, or how to ask for it.

  • What are the deepest desires of your heart and soul?

  • What does “sacred” mean to you?

  • What does “intimacy” mean to you?

  • What does “sacred intimacy” mean to you?


Is the idea of combining Sacred and Intimacy new to you, or something you’ve been exploring for lifetimes?

Consider coming together with a small group of experienced, conscious men to:

  • explore our deepest desires,

  • learn how to be in-the-moment with ourselves and others,

  • communicate what we truly do and do not want in each moment,

  • experiment with how to embody the sacred and the intimate,

  • move freely and be in stillness,

  • speak, vocalize, and be in silence,

  • reflect on what we truly want, in this moment, with this person,

  • respond to others’ requests for contact,

  • honor our own and others’ boundaries,

  • share minds and hearts, our bodies and souls.

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