The BOULDER MAN Cave
A brotherhood devoted to self-awareness, understanding, healing & growth
A men's group developed as a place to huMANize and normalize the experience of being a man. A place that challenges the male stereotype, to realize the deep connection we all share, and belonging that we ultimately crave.
Where a cave is traditionally a place to seek shelter or hideaway, this is where men go to be seen, felt, heard, and supported. A place to share openly, and vulnerably, and to stop avoiding loneliness and isolation. An environment, free from judgement and safe for the raw expression of thoughts, feelings and your truth.
The BOULDER Story
THE BOULDER MAN was borne on the side of a mountain, during a climb, while we were supporting each other through challenging terrain. This sparked the idea that men are confronted with many life challenges, some requiring full life transitions, such as separation, divorce, and other boulders that can leave them stuck, alone, and unable to move forward.
We draw on our own life experiences, and growth, to offer the value of support, process pain, foster growth, and equip men with the tools, skills, and resources they need to appreciate the climb, and confidently unleash their personal potential on the world.
Much like the challenges of scaling boulders and climbing mountains, a journey of self-awareness, healing and growth can be scaled easier with guidance and support.
What is The Boulder Man
Free morning & evening ritual
"Jason is hands down a phenomenal coach. As a queer man I have always felt judged and uncomfortable around straight men, but Jason had changed that for me completely. Being brutally honest with myself in front of him and having him validate and support me in such a compassionate and honest way.
He also helped me challenge my limiting beliefs, pushed me to shoot for the stars through this major life transition. In the short time we’ve been working together he has been instrumental in improving my self-esteem, self-worth, and self-compassion.
Had I met Jason sooner I might have saved a lot of time (and money) working with therapists who were really only focused on my past. Jason suggested practical and tangible tools to help me live a values-based life.
I truly feel like a Boulder Man".