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Bill & Zoe
Bill and Zoe met at Burning Man, found mature love grounded in decades of inner work and happily married in 2008. Ever since then, they have been working together, learning and teaching the theory, values and workable structure of “New Tribes” as part of the evolving Gift Culture. They are building intimate, bonded tribes of men and women, thus supporting a healing of the essential feminine and masculine. They authored the book We Need Each Other, and have delivered over 60 Gift Community seminars around the world (see “Events” section).
Zoe Alowan has been actively engaged in sacred art for many decades. As a painter, sculptor, dancer and story-teller, her work explores transformation and healing. Her life is about reclaiming essence wisdom. She utilizes the inspiration of the divine feminine, humor, song and ritual movement as ways of celebrating wholeness. She has taught at Esalen and Naropa Institute, facilitates women’s groups, singing circles as well as intuitive process painting retreats. Learn more about Zoe’s work on her website.

Zoe Alowan

Bill Kauth
Bill Kauth
Bill Kauth was working as a psychotherapist and business consultant in 1984 when he conceived and co-founded the New Warrior Training Adventure. It has now served over 70,000 men through The ManKind Project with 47 centers in 10 countries around the world. In 1992 St. Martin’s Press published his book A Circle of Men: The Original Manual for Men’s Support Groups (reissued in 2015). As a social inventor over the last two decades, Bill also co-founded the Inner King Training and in 1995 launched the Warrior-Monk Training Retreat. More information is available on the evolution of his work on Bill’s old website.

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