8th Annual Gay Shaman's Retreat - May 29-31

To sign up, first contact Tony Allicino at tallicino@msn.com
He will then give you a booking code to come back here and complete your registration!  


8th Annual Gay Shamans Retreat
Nurturing & Cultivating Your Shamanism Practice

ShamanWe inhabit a time and culture that serves up many forms of busy, and while some are productive and inspiring, others distract and divert us down rabbit holes. Our annual retreat is an opportunity to press thepause button and to review, and maybe reboot, your relationship with shamanism practice in the company of kindred men and in nature. The call is being made for Gay Shamans to gather in community during the bliss-filled season of the year where nature is nourished and growth abounds –as Above, so Below- a fertile time between the Vernal Equinox and the Summer Solstice when seeds have sprouted and their potential, to flourish and fulfill their destinies, are manifested. With core shamanic journeying, ceremony, and ritual, you will have the opportunity to reflect, refine and sync your spiritual shamanism practice, and share the wisdom and experiences you embody living as a Two-Spirit shaman. You will be supported on how you hold your vision and make it available to all your relations.as above so below

The retreat welcomes gay men who are active practitioners of shamanism and use journeying to shift into non-ordinary reality to commune with their Spirit allies providing healing for themselves and others.

 To sign up, first contact Tony Allicino attallicino@msn.comHe will then give you a booking code to come back here and complete your registration! 


TonyATony Allicino, a student of shamanism since 1997,has taught introductory and advanced shamanism and Medicine for the Earth workshops, facilitated retreats, and created and led rituals at LaGuardia Community College/CUNY, The Open Center, Shantigar, Journeys to the Soul, Spirit Hollow, Kirkridge, Easton Mountain, Menla House, and Dawn Manor. He has studied shamanism traditions with Michael Harner, Sandra Ingerman, Tom Cowan, Christina Pratt, Nan Moss and David Corbin, Uncle Angaangao, Ailo Gaup, and indigenous shamans of North and South America, and Nepal; and ecstatic dance and movement with Gabrielle Roth, Emilie Conrad and Alessandra Belloni. A participant of indigenous Sacred Dances throughout the United States, he is a Grail Reiki Master, a graduate of Sandra Ingerman’s Teacher Training Program, a member of the Foundation for Shamanic Studies, Society of Shamanic Practitioners, ShamanicTeachers.com, and a founding member of the NYC Gay Men’s Shamanic Circle. From 2007-2014, he offered a monthly Shamanic Drum Circle and a Grail Reiki Circle in New York City; and in the Fall 2014 he walked the 500+ miles pilgrim’s way on the Camino de Santiago de Compostela. 



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Rates and Accomodations

All rates included housing, food and programming unless otherwise noted. Bookings are per person per bed

Commuter: $ 275
Does not include Housing. Use this option if you want to attend the programming and have meals, but wish to stay off campus. 

Garden Cabin: $ 395

•Garden-Quad500Our beautiful Garden Cabin is a dormitory style accommodation with 5 bunk beds that can accommodate up to 10 people. The bathroom facilities for guests staying in the Garden Cabin are located on the ground level of the Lodge, approximately 500 feet away. 

Quad Room: $ 445

•Garden-Quad500Each quad room has two sets of bunk beds. its own bathroom and a shower. You may be sharing with up to 3 other guests.

 Semi Private Room: $ 595 

SemiPvt500Each semi-private room has two beds. its own bathroom and a shower. You may be sharing with 1 other guests. ]

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