Who hosts the Flow Game?

Hosts of the Flow Game have been trained and are practiced in its gifts. You cannot play a Flow Game without one of these committed humans.

We are a community together, sharing what we learn as we host games in diverse contexts around the world. We live on 6 continents and 30 countries, and number almost 200. We also travel, so you may find a Flow Game Host close to you.

Learn a little more about those who take care of the game around the world – the vanguard, the stewards and the Flow hosts.

The vanguard

The Flow Game was developed in 1998 by 8 people – Finn Voldtofte, Ouafa Rian, Mikkel Kolstrup, Jack Schou, Margrete Bak, Monica Nissén, Jan Hein Nielsen and Toke Paludan Møller, who in their own way have all been midwives of the Flow Game and greatly contributed to its emergence.

Through practice, nourishment, investment and continuing evolution, Monica Nissén, Toke Paludan Møller and Jan Hein Nielsen have co-created a version and vanguard the Flow Game since 1998.

The Vanguard holds and hosts the core and have taken the responsibility for the development, quality, availability, production and distribution of the Flow Game for the world.

The Vanguard also hosts and guides the training of Flow Game stewards and Flow Game hosts.

The stewards

The stewards are stewarding the practise of Flow Game hosting for the world – as well as training new flow hosts, and in that way, they are facilitating accessibility of the Flow Game to offer its potential of more humans learning to live more consciously and wisely on planet earth.

Furthermore, the purpose of the steward’s practise is to inspire and nourish all Flow Game practitioners as well as help improve and evolve the Flow Game.

The Flow hosts

The hosts serve by organising and hosting Flow Games for individuals – teams – families – whoever asks sincerely to play a Flow Game around an important question. The Flow Game hosts support the game by creating an environment where learning, reflection, connection and the magic in the middle may emerge.