Yoga for Grief
Courageous Living After Loss
It’s great to meet you.
If this is your first time to my Yoga for Grief site, welcome. I wish we were meeting under different circumstances. I would prefer to know you for a entirely different, completely wonderful reason. And yet, here we are.
If you are suffering from a recent loss, your pain is so immense, it feels like your world has been turned upside down. In many ways it has. Maybe your world got turned upside down years or even decades ago. Regardless, you are on a spectrum of pain where platitudes like “Time heals all,” or “Everything happens for a reason,” is annoying at best and insulting at worst.
Looking for a place to fully express your grief without being told it’s time to move on? You can come to a Yoga for Grief workshop to share and process your grief in an honest way with other people moving their grief. Sounds scary right? It is, a little. To be that vulnerable and expose the gaping hole in your heart, and meeting other people who are also working through their grief, can be comforting.
Upcoming “Yoga for Grief” Workshops
Saturday, April 16th, 2016
Yasmin Yoga Loft, 377 rue St Paul #200, Montreal, QC
Visit my MindBody website (opens in new tab).
Log onto the website using your email address and password. If you do not already have an account, please create one by filling out the Nouvel utilisateur / New user section.
Once you are logged in, click on the Online Store tab, on the far right of the screen.
Click on Services.
From the drop down menu, select Yoga for Grief Relief.
Click on the workshop pricing of your choice. (Early bird pricing before April 1 is 105$, or 152$, which includes a lunch. After April 1, regular pricing is applicable.)
At the bottom of the screen, click Payer to complete your purchase. You can use the billing information in your profile, or provide new billing information during checkout.
I hope these instructions will work for you – should you have any trouble or have other questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
November, 2016 (Exact Date TBA)
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In the meantime, if you are suffering from recent grief, your pain is immense. The stuff of nightmares. It’s ok if you need to turn away from it at times. Trying to numb your feelings is okay. And when you can, turn towards your pain and be as kind to your pain as you can, whatever that means to you. This community is right here.