Flowing Dragon Swords is a practice of personal and interpersonal connection. Participants play a game using wooden swords (bokken) while reaching for “flow” with their partner. Flowing Dragon Swords borrows from Jungian psychology and the work of Joseph Campbell to help players reflect on their experiences during these games and learn from them.
The sincere practice of Flowing Dragon Swords is one way (of many possible ways!) to help us learn how we might travel along our personal journey of life. At the end of the day, Flowing Dragon Swords is about figuring out how we can be better humans together.
We believe that Flowing Dragon Swords can be a practice for anyone that wants to practice. It has been played by people of all ages and genders, from wheelchairs and hospice beds. Whatever your capability, we welcome the chance to meet you and play your unique game.