It’s simple. Women Teach Men is the opportunity for men to learn from women. There is much to learn about the world and ourselves, and through retreats and digital storytelling WTM will aim to provide a learning platform where men can learn from diverse, insightful female teachers, and let the rest unfold.




July 20-22 2018


From survivalists, to yogic technologists and priests of love: we are thrilled to announce 8 more teachers for our inaugural Women Teach Men event in Ojai.

For our inaugural Women Teach Men event, we chose one of the most beautiful places in the world, Ojai, California; held at the gorgeous Ojai Valley Inn. Ojai is home to lush hot springs, blooming cactus, endless hikes, and is a short drive from LAX. This event will bring together a group of remarkable men who are ready to learn from brilliant and dedicated female leaders.  

Learn more about the event and our world-class lineup of speakers.



The Idea

Toward the end of 2016, my friend Taylor and I were discussing a follow-up to ManCamp, a men's retreat I hosted where 20 men came together for a weekend in the woods. It was a pretty wild 5 days in the Olympic National Forest. It left a profound mark on all of us, and we were eager to plan the second gathering. Taylor suggested that a few women join the next gathering, as the teachers. 

Something happened in my brain, or rather, there was a thing that didn’t happen. I didn’t have the proper synapse for that idea. I didn’t know of another moment in my experience where a woman taught a gathering of men. Needless to say it was an immediate yes, and it is one of those ideas that sinks down to the very depth of you like a stone. Not surprisingly was available. 

I began to reflect on how much women had achieved in the past 100 years, both in public and in private. Constantly addressing what it means to be a woman; growing, deepening, standing up, and reshaping our culture.

In contrast, men have done very little when it comes to the state of being a man, and tragically some of our finest men, at the peak of their lives, have been killing themselves. Yes, our technological advancements have been stunning, but the foundational work on the clay of manhood, in my perspective, leaves much to be desired. 1 in 4 women are sexually assaulted. Nothing speaks more clearly than this ugly reality.

Everything came into focus when I began to think about how much I have learned from my daughters and my former partner. In the past four years I’ve been turned inside out in the best way possible, and with such incredible tenderness and love. These remarkable women held up a mirror and asked me to look at myself. Taylor's brilliance popped back into my head, and it became clear: we need to start a movement, a platform, a forum, a place where men show up to learn from women. 

We want men to learn the depths of spirituality, meditation, boxing, dancing, yoga, wilderness survival, cooking, business, creativity, and a million other things from the women we admire most. It’s that simple. 

- Michael Hebb
Partner RoundGlass, Founder


We asked a few of our friends to help us build our curriculum, to be our teachers at the retreats, and to guide us as we forge ahead. 


Alexandra Drane

Alexandra Shabtai

Alexis Jones

Allie Hoffman

Allison Goldberg

Amanda Saab

Amanda Slavin

Amber Rae

Angel Grant

Aniko Benedek

Anita Teresa Boeninger

August Olivia

Audrey Buchanan

Ayanna Johnson

Azita Ardakani

Barbara Burchfield

Bristol Baughan

Brooke Wurst

Cari Levinson

Carla Fernandez

Carla Wilcox

Carri Twigg

Cora Neumann

Courtney Carter

Debra Music

Deena Robertson

Dream Hampton

Dream Mullick

Ellen Gustafson

Emily Greener

Emily Katz

Erin Schrode

Esther Perel

Felicity Fellows

Galia Benartzi

Gillian Wynn

Gina Barnett

Gina Rudan

Haben Girma

Heather Barc

Jenn Maer

Jenna Arnold

Jenefer Palmer

Jenna Free

Jennifer Zeyl

Jesse Genet

Jessica Graham

Joanna Bowzer

Joanna Riquett

Joelle Nole

Kate Bailey

Kate Roberts

Kaylee Cole

Langely McNeal

Latham Thomas

Laurel Braitman

Laurel Holding

Lesley Hazleton

Lesley McClurg

Lucy Walker

Regena Thomashauer

Mari Carmen Sierra

Maya Hough

Maya Lockwood 

Margot Bisnow

Melissa Palmer

Mia Maestro

Michelle Zauzig

Mickey Sumner

Mikaela Reuben

Mindie Kniss

Molly Maloof

Nancy Conrad

Nassim Assefi

Nia Batts

Nicole Apelian

Nicole Davis

Nicole Prause

Nicole Stanton

Nyla Rodgers

Pamela Kraft

Pandora Thomas

Rabbi Sharon Brous

Rabbi Susan Goldberg

Rhodessa Jones

Rika Iino

Sandy Cioffi

Sarah Hedden

Sarah Treem

Satya Twena

Shauna Robertson

Shauna Shapiro

Shira Ambromovitz

Shira Lazar

Shirely Bergin

Shoshana Ungerleider

Sid Azmi

Stacey Sher

Stephanie Wear 

Sunny Bates

Susie Lee

Taylor Milsal 

Tanya Mate

Terra Naomi

Tiffany Shlain

Tina Nole

Torrie Fields

Tracy McMillan

Tum Cohl

Vicki Rox

Yvette Camacho



Adam Dexter

Alex Spilger

Andrew Heckler

Ben Henretig

Ben Nemtin 

Brendan McGill

Brian Sirgutz

Bryan Miller

Charlie Wiggins

Chris Grosso

Chris Kantrowitz

Dan Doty

Dan Levine

Daniel Bernard Roumain

Daniel Johnson

Dario Meli

Dariush Mozaffarian

Ebenezer Bond

Eli Block

Ethan Lipsitz

Farbood Nivi

Gabor Mate

Gabriel Kahane

Greg Segal

Ibrahim AlHusseini

Jamison Monroe

Jason Thompson

Jay Faires

Jeff Pierce

Jeff Rosenthal

Jeffrey Zurofsky

Jesse Barber

Jon Boogz

Jon Gray

Joon Yun

Jordan Brown

Jose Mejia 

Joseph Whinney

Joshua Roman

Kevin Hekmat

Lucas Krump

Marshall Birnbaum

Matthew Rosenberg

Michael Hebb

Mike Del Ponte

Nick Spilger

Noah Rainey

Raman Frey 

Rex Hohlbein

Roberto Borrero

Sol Guy 

Sunny Singh

Taylor Conroy

Tyler Wakstein

Vijay Chattha

Wayne Price

Wier Harman


WTM is proud to partner with Evryman, and thrilled that this group of leaders will create and hold a secure and thoughtful container for all of our attendees during our events.

Evryman is creating a global community of men who come together to practice the intrinsic human abilities to connect and be vulnerable.  Evryman believes that men are disconnected from their basic humanity and disconnected from others in the simplest and most meaningful ways, and that disconnection is driving much hurt and harm.  Through peer-led men's group, retreats, and media, Evryman intends to influence men's culture away from disconnection and into connection, ultimately creating a safer and more supportive society at large.

Listen to the Evryman podcast about Women Teach Men with our founder, Michael Hebb.


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