Come together with the Samurai Brotherhood to ignite raw masculine power as we learn the Hāka, a ceremonial Māori war dance. Stand with us now for a full day of embodiment as we reclaim the Warrior archetype in our lives, so we can break through our barriers and move through life with renewed strength, courage, purpose, and dedication to serve our people, and the planet.
The Māori Hāka is not only a war dance, but a dance to fully express and celebrate life itself. We can learn from the warrior culture of the Māori about living life in full expression of our emotions. The world is changing, and so is the modern man. We do not run from our emotions. We do not suffer in silence and isolation. We express ourselves fully, giving voice to our struggles, and we do it side by side – supported by our brothers. The Hāka is a perfect expression of the full embodiment we stand for in the Samurai Brotherhood.
For this full day event, 75 men will come together with our Māori facilitator Jamie Schuster from Haka For Life. We will learn the Hāka in the right way, including the history, background, proper practices and guidelines to honour the tradition. In this event, we will make every effort to honour the local indigenous peoples and the keepers of this dance.
Join us for an unforgettable full-day of embodiment, expression, and brotherhood.
Date: May 2nd, 2020.
Time: 9am to 7pm.
Location: Vancouver, BC, Canada. (Specific location to be shared with ticket holders)
Fee for non-members: $150
Fee for Samurai Brotherhood members: $100 (with coupon)