Thu, May 05|
Ohana Kava Bar
Psychedelic Professionals Meet: Pikes Peak Region
For psychedelic professionals, researchers, practitioners, and activists to learn, share, network, and connect in community. Let's keep Colorado leading the way forward in transforming our relationships with drugs and medicines.
Time & Location
May 05, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM MDT
Ohana Kava Bar, 112 E Boulder St, Colorado Springs, CO 80903, USA
About The Event
Psychedelic Professionals Meetup Groups are happening now in the Pikes Peak Region! Let's keep Colorado on the leading edge of psychedelic medicine work by coming together in community to learn, share, and grow. Each Psychedelic Professionals Meetup Group starts with an informative topic relevant to research, practice, policy, or activism around psychedelic medicines, followed by open discussion and an opportunity to connect with like-minded others.
For the May meetup in Pikes Peak Region, we are excited to welcome Scott Sigety! Scott Sigety is an IAKP certified and MFK Lyme and Autoimmune Specialty certified Kambo Practitioner serving Metro Denver and greater Colorado. Scott is also a “Being True To You” certified psychospiritual preparation and integration coach and is currently participating in workshops through the Hakomi Institute, exploring somatic experiences, how we store trauma, and how we can heal by reconnecting with our bodies.
Three years ago, after spending most of his adult life in corporate sales, Scott was at a point of his life where he felt horribly unfilled and had developed an unhealthy relationship with his career, alcohol, and cannabis. This led him to Costa Rica, where he embarked on a weeklong Ayahuasca retreat that shattered his illusion of everything around him and would forever change his life, allowing him to finally take the step to start healing from childhood trauma and addictive behaviors that kept him in reoccurring, self-sabotaging patterns as an adult. Scott strongly believes that our self-worth and value is not determined by what we produce and that by being in community with heart centered communication and displaying radical curiosity to understand one another can we bridge our differences and work together to build a better world.
Professionals and interested community members alike are welcome to attend the meetup. The meetup is free, but donations are very appreciated and all go toward supporting the non-profit mission of The Nowak Society. Please be sure to follow all community guidelines at meetup events, including no soliciting for illegal substances or services. Let's keep all of us safe, please!
If you have ideas for topics or presentations for these meetup groups or would like to be more involved, please contact us.