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Men's Embodiment Circle

Wednesday's 6:00 P.M. - 8:00 P.M. PST Via Zoom

What To Expect When Joining Our Men's Embodiment Circle

At our men’s group, also known as the “men’s embodiment circle", we dive into deep somatic, embodiment & shamanic practices and also spend time in circle to foster connection, support, and accountability within our community. 

Our space is designed to cultivate the optimum environment for deep self-introspection, expression, and ultimately transformation toward your highest sense of self.  Our gatherings provide high-caliber practices and community for those on “the path”

Men have an opportunity to begin to finally shed what no longer serves them in order to step more powerfully into what does.  Becoming less attached to things outside ourselves and building a deeper relationship to inner aspects of ourselves that guide us toward self-actualization in alignment with our soul calling and path.

Each man creates a sacred space, conducive to practice in the comfort of his home (see “Preparation For Virtual Gathering” below), then we collectively and virtually share a powerful two-hour experience with one another.

The first fifteen minutes are spent with men’s introductions and setting intentions, then we fall into approximately 75 min. of deep practice, and the balance of the time we spend in a sharing circle.

Practices include movement, breath-work, physical and spiritual practices from various traditions including Tibetan Buddhism, Qigong, Kundalini, Archetypal embodiment, Shadow work, Shamanic practices, and deep dives into the subconscious via guided meditations.  These practices are structured in a safe container that takes each man into spaces where the potential for deep healing and clarity can be experienced.  We work on developing our masculine container as men of presence, depth, and consciousness as well as developing acceptance, expression, and a relationship with the feminine within.

In the circle portion of our gathering, we turn off the Zoom recording and each man has an opportunity to share in a safe container with the other men.  What is shared here is held in strict confidence by a community of powerful, loving men.

You can share and debrief either your experience from the practices or simply where you are currently in your life.  There is an intrinsic quality of nourishment that happens when men spend time together in practice and community.

Our goal is to cultivate and raise a community of powerful, conscious men, and we invite you to join us. There is no experience necessary for any of the above practices mentioned...come as you are. If you are hurting and need support, come. As the thirteenth-century poet Rumi said so eloquently, “Come, come, whomever you are. Wanderer, worshiper, lover of leaving. It doesn't matter. Ours is not a caravan of despair. Come, even if you have broken your vows a thousand times. Come, yet again, come, come.” We look forward to meeting you and welcoming you into our circle.



  1. Pick and register for the gathering you want to attend (see "Upcoming Circles: Register Here" section below) 
  2. Once you register you will receive your Zoom log-in & preparation email (check your spam folder if you don't see your email within 3 hours of signing up)
  3. Review the "Preparation For Men's Embodiment Circle" section below
  4. Review the "Following items & attention to your practice space will support you at our virtual embodiment circles" section below
  5. Join the gathering as close as 5:45 p.m. (that's when virtual doors open) and settle into your space.  We start promptly at 6:00 p.m. 
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Upcoming Circles: Register here!

Suggested Exchange: $33

We cordially invite you to join our two-hour Men's Embodiment Circle gathering, an enriching, transformational, and supportive experience. In recognition of the value these gatherings offer, we suggest a contribution of $33. However, we understand that everyone's circumstances are different. Therefore, we invite you to contribute what feels right for you, with a minimum suggested amount of $11. Our commitment is to inclusivity and support, no one will be turned away due to financial constraints. Should the minimum contribution exceed your means, please contact us at (subject: Circle Code) for a complimentary access code. We trust in your integrity to contribute an amount that reflects both your capacity and appreciation for these powerful gatherings. For those who can contribute more, your generosity helps support fellow men who might need assistance. Together, we build a community of integrity, dedicated to uplifting and supporting each other.

The following items & attention to your practice space will support you at our virutal embodiment circles:

 Privacy so that you will have 2 hours of uninterrupted time for yourself

 Create sacred space (see "preparation for Men's Embodiment Circle" below) 

 A meditation cushion ie: Zafu & Zafu Tan or a meditation chair. (meditation cushions or meditation chairs not needed for in person)

 Let your space be conducive to movement and wear comfortable clothing to practice in

 A blindfold 

 Unlit candles (in addition to the ones used to set up your practice space, see above)

 Bluetooth headset or wireless earpods (sound is an important component in our practices, make sure the audio is coming in nice and loud)

 Do not attend the circle from your car or from a public space. 


A powerful bi-weekly women's circle based in Tantric, Kundalini and other somatic-based lineages to dive deep, explore, express and flow with what one finds residing within. With the release of un-needed layers and tensions, you will be able to access and enjoy new levels of pleasure, freedom, connection, creativity, resourcefulness, sensitivity and joy. In short, this is a space where you get to return to the true and divine essence of YOU.




Shri Amir Mourad is an Egyptian-Canadian yogi, mystic, and spiritual teacher.

He began by studying various traditions such as Advaita Vedanta, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, Taoism, ancient Egyptian religion, as well as Western philosophy. Having found that this increase of knowledge did not dispel his uncertainties but only added to his confusion, he eventually discovered that the gathering of theoretical knowledge is insufficient for man’s liberation, nor can there be freedom or morality without true self-knowledge. Hungry for spiritual knowledge, he became initiated into an esoteric mystery school of the Golden Dawn. After having risen through the grades of the Order, he became dissatisfied with the teachings, feeling that they were too enamored with superstitious thinking. He later abandoned the society and continued his search. He then sought the guidance of yoga master Sri Madan Bali who initiated him into methods of yoga and offered him a firm foundation of discipline, knowledge, and spiritual practice. Having learned much that he could from Sri Madan Bali, he eventually also found himself discontented as the teachings did not provide the liberation that he was seeking. He then decided to continue down his path of living as a hermit to continue deepening his practice.


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Preparation For Men's Embodiment Circle

Virtual Attendance:

  • Privacy - Set aside two uninterrupted hours for yourself. This is your time to give to yourself. You will need privacy.
  • Intention - Set an intention on what you want to bring or receive in these two hours. You will be asked to claim your intention during introductions. Keep it short and to the point.
  • Setting / Sacred Space - Create a sacred space for yourself to practice in. Take this seriously. If you’ve ever been to our physical gatherings, you see what meticulous attention goes into creating the sacred space we work in. At a minimum set yourself up with candles at the four directions and sage your space before stepping into it. You want your space to feel safe and inviting. Set it apart from other parts of your living space, and elevate the space. Make it sacred. Do not join a call from your car or a public place.
  • Technical Non-Issues- Make sure you get your audio and video sorted out and that you have the latest version of Zoom before the start of the meeting so you don’t have to fuss with it when we begin.  Wireless earbuds or headphones are recommended.
  • Don't Rush - Set time aside for yourself to do this right.  Make sure you log in as close to 5:45 p.m. PST as possible, sit and ground yourself, you will see other men doing the same.  This is your time, ease into the experience.  Refrain from chatting with others, checking your phone, etc.  Sit, and tune into the music being played and settle in.  We start promptly at 6:00 P.M PST.
  • Structure - Introductions & setting intentions (Apx. 15 min.), followed by Practice (Apx. 75 min.) after practice the recording is turned off as we move into the sharing circle (Apx 30 min.), The sharing circle allows each man who desires to put his voice into the circle. What you share here, stays here in absolute privacy. 
  • Honor The Container - No late entries. No early departures. We honor ourselves and listen to our bodies. We go ALL IN yet are cognizant to advocate for ourselves as not to participate from a space of ego during practices. We find where our 80% edge lives and we breathe into the pose at hand and relax into it. What is shared in our circle portion of our gathering is considered sacred and private, it does not get shared with anyone, it stays in the circle.  All practices are recorded and shared on our private online community page but no recordings take place during the circle portion of our gathering.
  • Processing Potential Triggers - Some practices take us deep into spaces within the body and the unconscious where we hold pain and sometimes trauma. You are in a safe container and letting go and leaning in is encouraged but if by chance, post-practice you find yourself feeling stuck or triggered, we ask that you send a private chat message to your facilitator. Then stay after the circle portion of the gathering to work with him in helping you move through the existing charge.
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The following items & attention to your practice space will support you at our virutal embodiment circles:

 Candles (in addition to the ones used to setup your practice space, see above)

 A comfortable place to lay down (setup ahead of time)

 A meditation cushion ie: Zafu & Zafu Tan or a meditation chair. (meditation cushions or meditation chairs not needed for in person)

 Bluetooth headset or wireless earpods (sound is an important component in our practices, make sure the audio is coming in nice and loud)

 Let your space be conducive to movement

 Comfortable clothing to practice in

Blind Fold

Meet Your Facilitators


Amir Khalighi is the founder of Embodied Masculine and the head facilitator of the Men's Embodiment Circle. Amir's work with men spans 30 years, with the subsequent founding of Embodied Masculine™ in 2018. His passion in the field of men’s work has been most influenced by mythopoetic men’s work, Sufi mysticism, yogic intimacy, Celtic mythology, Shamanism, Hermetic Qabalah, and Jungian archetypal psychology (see our lineage page for a deeper look).

He has dedicated his life to empowering men to live purpose-driven lives and connecting them to their highest sense of self and the Natural world.


Bradley is a Certified Yoga Instructor, Ayurvedic Health Counselor, and Embodied Masculine Facilitator. He co-founded and co-led a Men’s group on Oahu over a span of 2 years, bringing a community of over 40 men together in bi-weekly men’s circles. Having a deep connection with Mother Earth since childhood, Bradley considers his primary teacher to be the Great Mother Earth herself. His journey into bodily and mental health ultimately led him to a path of working more closely with energetic and spiritual realms to get to the root of what creates harmony within the individual, communal, and planetary bodies. Bradley now works primarily in communion with the elements and spirits of nature to help bring harmony and connection back to human-Earth relations. His passion is to bring more people into these land-based ceremonies so we may remember a deeper connection with ourselves and with Mother Earth.


Tim is a highly experienced Jivamukti yoga instructor, with more than 16 years of teaching both in New York City and internationally. His journey into yoga inspired him to become a licensed acupuncturist, a coach for men, and a certified facilitator in embodied masculinity. Driven by a desire to assist individuals in achieving greater happiness through improved health, Tim has developed a keen interest in men's wellness and personal spiritual growth. His extensive experience includes working with diverse groups of people, and he brings a unique perspective shaped by his own recovery from brain surgery. This experience has enriched his teaching and guidance, allowing him to offer both empathy and meaningful challenges to his students. Tim currently facilitates an embodiment circle in Provincetown, MA, and offers private coaching to men. He is committed to expanding his services to better support all queer men, aiming to make a positive impact on his community and beyond.

"In one sense, the voyage of self-discovery is solitary, but that doesn’t mean you have to take it all alone. A lot of men suffer silently when they are in creative chaos and feel something is wrong with them because they don’t realize other men are experiencing a similar disintegration of the old modes of masculinity. In matters of the psyche and spirit, taking the journey and telling the story go hand-in-glove, and that is why we need a listening community in order to make our solitary pilgrimage. The most powerful resource we have for transforming ourselves is honest conversation between men and men, women and men, men and women."

— Sam Keen, Fire In The Belly


"Being a part of a supportive men's group can be an extremely rewarding, humbling and transformative experience.  To have like-minded, loving men who are as dedicated to their own spiritual growth as you are - who show you your blind spots, sit with you and listen to you - has the power to transform a man forever." - Amir Khalighi

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