The Thin Red Line - A climate for change conversation

7:00 PM - 9:30 PM  / Aug 04, 2019

Climate for change

"What's this war in the heart of nature? Why does nature vie with itself? The land contend with the sea? Is there an avenging power in nature? Not one power, but two?"

This two part series in our ongoing Men's circle workshops explores our personal reaction to climate change through two powerful modes. The first session involves an exploration of themes related to climate change via Movie Yoga with the movie The Thin Red Line while the second involves a facilitated conversation around climate change with Dom Reilly using the Climate for Change format. 

A climate for change conversation

Climate for Change is an organisation that "seeks to create that social and political will - the social climate in Australia in which our political leaders can and must do what it takes to stop, and ultimately reverse, global warming." Climate for Change seeks to help people integrate the complex responses to the facts around the impending climate crisis. According to Climate for Change "Social research shows that we make sense of confusing information and decide what to do about it through conversations with people we know and trust." and that the key element that is missing in the current dialogue in Australia is the political and social will to change. 

This session will merge the Men's group model of deep listening and sharing our direct experience with the Climate for Change conversational tools around helping us to make sense of the complex reactions to climate change.


Melbourne Breathwork


Anthony Olsen is a Melbourne based Acupuncturist and Holotropic Breathwork practitioner. He incorporates transpersonal perspectives within the Traditional Chinese Medical model, offering both Holotrop...



85 Gillies St, Fairfield Australia, 3078

85 Gillies St, Fairfield Australia, 3078



The Thin Red Line Series is a free event. However bookings are essential as we have limited spaces available.

To book your spot please email Anthony via the contact form.