Sitting in a circle has been an organic form of humans coming together for probably as long as the history of humans. In circle, we acknowledge our ancestors and cultural wisdom. We diffuse conflicts within the tribe, celebrate new life, or mourn its endings. The circle inherently creates a structure for trust, sharing, and honoring of others -- no matter the culture or practice in which it is formed.
The practice we call “Circling” originated organically in 1998 by Guy Sengstock and a group of close friends. Since then, Circling has evolved and been refined by Guy, Alexis and others committed to presence, authenticity, intimacy, and transformation.
Guy didn’t invent the circle, but he did discover and develop one of the most profound practices that can be had when the tribe comes together for individual and collective transformation.
Join us for a Deep Dive Weekend Intensive, in the city where it all began!