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Many people do not think of New Year’s Day as a grief holiday, but for those of us who are grieving, January 1st is not an easy one.
Not only does it represent a new segment in time in which our loved one is not physically present, but the pressure to embark on yet another self-improvement project may cloud out the very real need for self-care and self-compassion.
During this New Year’s Day 2020 Facebook Live Grief Workshop, I want to spend a few moments in time with you to reflect on what you really need, talk about real self-care, and set the tone for the coming year in a way that is mindful, kind, and loving.
Heather Stang, M.A.
is the author of Mindfulness & Grief. She holds a Masters degree in Thanatology (Death, Dying, and Bereavement) from Hood College in Maryland, and is a certified Yoga Therapist. She has led mindfulness-based grief workshops for organizations such as the National Fallen Firefighters Association and Hospice of Frederick County, and is a member of the Association of Death Education and Counseling. Heather’s mission is to help people who are grieving to stay healthy and benefit from the transformative experience of grief, using mindfulness-based practices, relaxation, and expressive arts. She has an established practice offering Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy sessions, day-long retreats, and 8 Week Yoga for Grief groups. She is based in Maryland. You can find her on Google +
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