Using the Beauty of Nature through Grief and LossElder Apothecary
April 20 from 10:30 to 12 pm
Let's gather together to make impermanent earth art to explore the universal experiences of grief and loss using the three pillars of nature, art, and ritual. All materials will be provided. If you feel called to do so, please bring a photo or token item of a loved one who has passed or may be experiencing a life-limiting illness. Or if you or a loved one is facing a current difficult life challenge, bring intention to this affirming practice using the 7 steps of the popular “Morning Altars” book by author Day Schildkret.
National Death Doula Day was established in 2019 and is acknowledged every April 20. For more information about the services a death doula provides, learn more through the National End-of-Life Doula Alliance.
This class will likely fill up. You will not be sent a reminder so please be sure to add it to your calendar after you purchase your seat.
The instructor, Michele Duncan King, is a Morning Altars Teacher-in-Training. You may remember Michele from her popular SoulCollage workshops held at Elder Apothecary in the past. Michele is a NEDA-proficient end-of-life doula, celebrant officiant, and seasoned massage therapist offering palliative massage and comfort touch. You can learn more about Michele at www.poppyandveil.com