Mens Weekend

Guy Dharma

24 Mar 2022

Friday 25th - Sunday 27th March 2022

Guy and Brett would like to invite you to a Men’s Weekend where we go camping, connect with nature, honour each other’s journeys, and align to our higher purpose.

Date: Friday March 25 to Sunday March 27, 2022

Location: Lightwood Creek Camping Ground, Green’s Bush, Mornington Peninsula.

Cost: $50 per person.

This weekend is about men getting together and aligning to their higher purpose. We will release negative energies/memories, connect with the intuitive messages from nature, and create space for honest, healthy communication with one another. We will forge new pathways of consciousness, connect to our spirit guides and totem animals, and go through cathartic processes of release and forgiveness. This will include times of meditation, walks, talks, sharing and drumming.

Bring your own gear & food and positive energy. There is a short walk into the site, so vehicles will be over a kilometre from the campsite. We may be able to combine resources and pool supplies. Call Guy or Malachi on 59861005 if you are short on any of these supplies and we’ll see what we can do.

Strictly NO: Alcohol, drugs, smoking, swearing, bad attitude, nudity.

Mobile Phone usage to be kept to a minimum.

You must be 18yrs to attend this event.

Expression of interest via email:

Or drop in to speak to Guy or Mal at the Rosebud Health Store.

Equipment List:

  • Tent

  • Sleeping bag

  • Sleeping mat

  • Towel & Toiletries

  • Food

  • Cooking gear

  • Torch

  • Clothing, including boots & wet weather gear.

Lightwood Creek Camping Area is located mid-way between Baldry’s Crossing and Boneo Road on the Two Bays Walking Track. It is a north facing open and level grassy area in a remote bush setting near Lightwood Creek accessible only by foot. The nearest vehicle access is 1km away at Rogers Road Gate 3 or from the Baldry’s Crossing / Boneo Road trailheads. The camping area consists of two defined zones with space for 4 sites for up to 6 people. One zone has low picnic tables. A non-flush toilet is provided adjacent to the camping area.

General Schedule of Events


Arrive and set up camp

Opening Ceremony of Respect to the Indigenous Elders

Fire cleansing Ceremony

Turn in for the night



Morning Plunge


Passing of the Stick, Sharing Circle



Walking in Nature, with Brett

Solo Bush Dreaming



Fire Ceremony of Release

Drumming and Didge Circle, Calling in the Elders



Morning Plunge


Talk by Guy: ‘Your Inner Protector Spirit’

Talk by Brett: Spirit Animal Meditation



Class in Flowing Movement

Class to be confirmed

4pm Closing the Circle Ceremony

5pm Break up camp and leave.