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"Grief Journaling In The New Year"
Wednesday December 27
11:00 AM PST | 2:00 PM EST
Join Heather for tips and writing prompts from her guided journal From Grief To Peace.
Get everything you need to navigate grief in Awaken
Discover how to embrace your resilience in Awaken, the first mindfulness-based grief support program of its kind. Find relief through grief-sensitive meditation, yoga, and journaling prompts built on the step-by-step framework that moves you from grief to peace.
Awaken Membership includes several weekly events to choose from.
Individual grief support that tends to your body, mind, & spirit
heart-centered support from our founder, author heather stang
There is no single right way to grieve. Just as your relationship with your loved one is unique, so will be the grief-work you do to process the pain of loss and start living again. Our private sessions will focus on self-care for your grieving body, mind, and spirit, as well as techniques to help you honor your love and process your loss in a healthy, meaningful way.
Heather Stang, MA, C-IAYT is a certified yoga therapist with a master's degree in thanatology and over 20 years experience in mind-body therapies. She is a sought-out expert for numerous professional organizations and bereavement programs, and is the author of several books and textbook chapters on mindfulness, yoga, and journaling for grief.
Testimonials For Heather Stang
Heather Stang offers those who are grieving a wise and practical guide.... [Mindfulness & Grief] will help you find your own inner strength and awakening heart in the midst of great loss.
Tara Brach, Ph.D.
Author, Radical Acceptance
Insight community of washington
Heather is a seasoned professional whose commitment and passion shines through her work and her presentations.... Heather infuses compassion and care into her work and those who participate reap the benefits!
Barbara L. Bouton, MA, FT
vice president (emeritus)
National Hospice & Palliative Care Association
When we are more firmly grounded in our bodies, as Heather Stang demonstrates, we are better able literally and metaphorically to find a new footing in the world, and to restore a life of meaning and coherence.
Robert A. Neimeyer, Ph.D.
Portland Institute For Loss & Transition
[Heather's] work is thoughtful, focused and well researched. I trust her to work with our donor families because of her compassion and openness about her own grief journey. She knows what she’s talking about, but more importantly she helps you find what works best for you.
Yie Yin Foong, LMSW-SWI
Family Services outreach coordinator
Liveonny organ donation