Men’s Sound Healing Circle: Engaging Patriarchy Through Sound and Story

Hingham Men’s Sound Healing Circle will feature live rhythm and sound, recorded sound presented by Ukumbwa Sauti.

Sessions will include check-in and sharing of intentions along with guided meditation and debrief discussion afterwards. Participants should bring a yoga or portable mat to recline or sit on.

Chairs are available if needed.

Participants should be ready to share within the group and be willing to challenge themselves to move toward and through their growth edges.

Monthly 1.5 hr sessions – $45 each

REGISTER HERE:


About Your Facilitator:

Ukumbwa Sauti is a consultant, educator, facilitator . He has presented in academic, spiritual/cultural and community venues and taught classes on consent, sexual and intimate safety in sex-positive conferences and organizations for more than 15 years. Ukumbwa currently runs an initiative called Men’s Work, engaging men and others in the process of interrogating and dismantling patriarchal privilege and power, toxic masculinity, misogyny and homophobia. Ukumbwa is also a musician and composer, having done sound healing for over 10 years and is an initiated Dagara Elder.

Men’s Sound Healing Circle: Engaging Patriarchy Through Sound and Story

Hingham Men’s Sound Healing Circle will feature live rhythm and sound, recorded sound presented by Ukumbwa Sauti.

Sessions will include check-in and sharing of intentions along with guided meditation and debrief discussion afterwards. Participants should bring a yoga or portable mat to recline or sit on.

Chairs are available if needed.

Participants should be ready to share within the group and be willing to challenge themselves to move toward and through their growth edges.

Monthly 1.5 hr sessions – $45 each

REGISTER HERE:


About Your Facilitator:

Ukumbwa Sauti is a consultant, educator, facilitator . He has presented in academic, spiritual/cultural and community venues and taught classes on consent, sexual and intimate safety in sex-positive conferences and organizations for more than 15 years. Ukumbwa currently runs an initiative called Men’s Work, engaging men and others in the process of interrogating and dismantling patriarchal privilege and power, toxic masculinity, misogyny and homophobia. Ukumbwa is also a musician and composer, having done sound healing for over 10 years and is an initiated Dagara Elder.

Men’s Sound Healing Circle: Engaging Patriarchy Through Sound and Story

Hingham Men’s Sound Healing Circle will feature live rhythm and sound, recorded sound presented by Ukumbwa Sauti.

Sessions will include check-in and sharing of intentions along with guided meditation and debrief discussion afterwards. Participants should bring a yoga or portable mat to recline or sit on.

Chairs are available if needed.

Participants should be ready to share within the group and be willing to challenge themselves to move toward and through their growth edges.

Monthly 1.5 hr sessions – $45 each

REGISTER HERE:


About Your Facilitator:

Ukumbwa Sauti is a consultant, educator, facilitator . He has presented in academic, spiritual/cultural and community venues and taught classes on consent, sexual and intimate safety in sex-positive conferences and organizations for more than 15 years. Ukumbwa currently runs an initiative called Men’s Work, engaging men and others in the process of interrogating and dismantling patriarchal privilege and power, toxic masculinity, misogyny and homophobia. Ukumbwa is also a musician and composer, having done sound healing for over 10 years and is an initiated Dagara Elder.

Men’s Sound Healing Circle: Engaging Patriarchy Through Sound and Story

Hingham Men’s Sound Healing Circle will feature live rhythm and sound, recorded sound presented by Ukumbwa Sauti.

Sessions will include check-in and sharing of intentions along with guided meditation and debrief discussion afterwards. Participants should bring a yoga or portable mat to recline or sit on.

Chairs are available if needed.

Participants should be ready to share within the group and be willing to challenge themselves to move toward and through their growth edges.

Monthly 1.5 hr sessions – $45 each

REGISTER HERE:


About Your Facilitator:

Ukumbwa Sauti is a consultant, educator, facilitator . He has presented in academic, spiritual/cultural and community venues and taught classes on consent, sexual and intimate safety in sex-positive conferences and organizations for more than 15 years. Ukumbwa currently runs an initiative called Men’s Work, engaging men and others in the process of interrogating and dismantling patriarchal privilege and power, toxic masculinity, misogyny and homophobia. Ukumbwa is also a musician and composer, having done sound healing for over 10 years and is an initiated Dagara Elder.

Men’s Sound Healing Circle: Engaging Patriarchy Through Sound and Story

Hingham Men’s Sound Healing Circle will feature live rhythm and sound, recorded sound presented by Ukumbwa Sauti.

Sessions will include check-in and sharing of intentions along with guided meditation and debrief discussion afterwards. Participants should bring a yoga or portable mat to recline or sit on.

Chairs are available if needed.

Participants should be ready to share within the group and be willing to challenge themselves to move toward and through their growth edges.

Monthly 1.5 hr sessions – $45 each

REGISTER HERE:


About Your Facilitator:

Ukumbwa Sauti is a consultant, educator, facilitator . He has presented in academic, spiritual/cultural and community venues and taught classes on consent, sexual and intimate safety in sex-positive conferences and organizations for more than 15 years. Ukumbwa currently runs an initiative called Men’s Work, engaging men and others in the process of interrogating and dismantling patriarchal privilege and power, toxic masculinity, misogyny and homophobia. Ukumbwa is also a musician and composer, having done sound healing for over 10 years and is an initiated Dagara Elder.

Men’s Sound Healing Circle: Engaging Patriarchy Through Sound and Story

Hingham Men’s Sound Healing Circle will feature live rhythm and sound, recorded sound presented by Ukumbwa Sauti.

Sessions will include check-in and sharing of intentions along with guided meditation and debrief discussion afterwards. Participants should bring a yoga or portable mat to recline or sit on.

Chairs are available if needed.

Participants should be ready to share within the group and be willing to challenge themselves to move toward and through their growth edges.

Monthly 1.5 hr sessions – $45 each

REGISTER HERE:


About Your Facilitator:

Ukumbwa Sauti is a consultant, educator, facilitator . He has presented in academic, spiritual/cultural and community venues and taught classes on consent, sexual and intimate safety in sex-positive conferences and organizations for more than 15 years. Ukumbwa currently runs an initiative called Men’s Work, engaging men and others in the process of interrogating and dismantling patriarchal privilege and power, toxic masculinity, misogyny and homophobia. Ukumbwa is also a musician and composer, having done sound healing for over 10 years and is an initiated Dagara Elder.

Men’s Work Programs: Support Groups & Healing Circles INFO SESSION

For those interested in learning more about the amazing Men’s Work programs coming to our center in March, we are offering an info session to see if any of these programs are a good fit for you or your loved one.

Programs Being Offered:

  • Men’s Support Group – Men’s Strength in Vulnerability
  • Men’s Sound Healing Circle: Engaging Patriarchy Through Sound and Story

Check out our podcast/webcast interview with Ukumbwa on Triggers & Spiritual Medicine Episode #1: The Bystander Effect on Teen Influences & Sexual Violence. Links below.

REGISTER HERE


About Ukumbwa Sauti:

Ukumbwa Sauti is a consultant, educator, facilitator . He has presented in academic, spiritual/cultural and community venues and taught classes on consent, sexual and intimate safety in sex-positive conferences and organizations for more than 15 years.

Ukumbwa currently runs an initiative called Men’s Work, engaging men and others in the process of interrogating and dismantling patriarchal privilege and power, toxic masculinity, misogyny and homophobia.

Ukumbwa is also a musician and composer, having done sound healing for over 10 years and is an initiated Dagara Elder.


For More information, Check out our interview with Ukumbwa here: