Wherever you are in your grieving journey, I want you to know that no matter what has happened to you up to this point, your body is your most primary, vital and intelligent resource in navigating these deep and messy waters.
My work is built on the belief that grieving is a sacred, embodied and life-long process that requires it's own space, time and energy to fully metabolize.
I'm so glad you found your way here. Learn more about my story and approach to grief work
Throughout the year, I work with both grieving people and grief holders, helping them to navigate the nuances of losing a person, and supporting those that have. You can explore more about my work below.
If you'd like to join The Grief Village, just hit the button below and you can hop right in.
The Grief Village is my gorgeous community on Patreon. If you're not quite ready for 1:1 support or you're seeking a new community space to help support your grief, it could be the perfect option for you.
As part of your $15/month membership, you get exclusive access to an ongoing collection of grief resources, meditations and community Move Your Grief circles, held on the 1st and 3rd Monday of the month. Each circle includes a combination of meditation, movement, writing and sharing. All grief and bodies are welcome.
Whether consciously or not, many of us have absorbed the belief that if we let ourselves be in our grief, we will crumble and not be able to get back up and function. I believe the opposite is true-that creating intentional time and space to fully be in our grief is actually the tool for both functioning while actively grieving and integrating our grief more effectively into our lives and identities.
Moving your grief creates that intentional space. Using elements of meditation, both guided and unguided movement, art-making/journaling and verbal processing, I curate a space for the grief you hold in your body to move, be moved and ultimately transform.
It is important to name that while this particular format is unique, Indigenous cultures around the world have always recognized and attended to their grief in community through movement, art-making, song and ritual. Many of these traditions have been lost or stolen by the forces of colonialism, patriarchy, racism, capitalism and xenophobia. I am indebted to these traditions and I encourage you to also lean on your own cultural traditions to support you in your grieving process.
Moving your grief is a loss oriented way of attending to grief. Painful as it is, this allows us to fully process our losses and makes it more possible to attend to other parts of life.
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If you'd like to get started on your journey of grief exploration today, I have a video bundle available that is the perfect first step.
"An Embodied Guide to Grief" is a video bundle that provides information, guidance and embodied practices to support you in your grieving and guide you through this journey.