Chester, Connecticut (PRWEB) February 06, 2013
There are many exciting activities for this special occasion sponsored by COMEGA. Included are workshops and an exciting "playshop" teaching mask making. The conference is on March 14-17,2013 and is themed "Dancing on the Edge". This event deals with personal issues such as fear of change, taking chances, and living with unfulfilled dreams. It's for men who want to get more out of life and learn the true meaning of living.
COMEGA is where men share and learn from one another, and create greater authenticity. This will be another fruitful conference that will create a trusting, open environment that does not promote competition
These activities are formed to celebrate men's brotherhood, inspire men to speak their truths, and create experiences that do away with men's sterotypes.These activities help empower men with greater self-esteem, and break down social barricades.
Previous COMEGA (or Connecticut Men’s Gathering,Inc.) events were filled with outdoor activities such as hiking and kayaking, and indoor activities such as drumming. This is aside from the very helpful workshops dealing on timely topics including: talking to your father, getting in touch with feelings, and developing healthy relationships.
COMEGA is a self-help, non-profit group that has consistently organized spring weekend gatherings exclusively for men for over 10 years. The organization’s objective is to nurture a communal group that goes beyond race and cultural barriers. To them, an assembly of men that is not hindered by social restrictions can easily face all the challenges in life.
One of the reasons why COMEGA has become very successful and effective is because there are very few organizations where men are encouraged to share with one another as women do. The rules during these meetings are simple: no alcohol, no weapons, no drugs, and no judgment. And definitely no women.
Come March 14-17, you can become empowered, and join the weekend bash by the Connecticut Men’s Gathering, in Chester, Connecticut, at Camp Hazen.
For additional information, visit http://www.comega.org; or contact Michael at 860-514-1810 or Paul at 860-608-7382