Leader ~ Coach ~ Author
One constant about grief is that it’s unpredictable
What most people don’t know is that the human experience of grief is so much more than its simple association with bereavement. Grief is a response to the loss of an attachment to a person, pet, lifestyle, possession or identity, which creates these sudden bouts of suffering. It is felt through the whole being. Grief Wellness is an approach to resolving the suffering that accompanies grief through mind-body solutions. When you understand your mind, body and spirit, you learn how to ease your suffering safely and move to a place of acceptance and ease that feels right for you. True healing moves from the inside out.
Start exploring your options: take a look at my grief massage and wellness coaching services.
5 POWERFUL WAYS TO GO FROM RUNDOWN TO RESTORED
Human connection and witnessing are integral to the healing process, but I believe it’s just as important to feel empowered to take care of yourself in times of crisis. I created this quick guide to help you fight the drain on your energy and emotions that leads to burnout.
Between my personal experience with grief and the grief I have witnessed others carrying, it has become crystal clear to me that we must address grief for the whole person from the inside out—but there are few options for education and support.
- Author, Thriving Authentically: Own Your Personal Power And Make Life Happen
- Certified Sleep Science Coach – Spencer Institute
- Functional Medicine Certified Health Coach – Functional Medicine Coaching Academy
- Integrative Nutrition Health Coach – Institute of Integrative Nutrition
- Wellcoaches Training Program – Wellcoaches School of Coaching
- Massage Therapy – New York College of Health Professions
- Massage Therapy – Rising Spirit Insitute of Natural Health
As a lifelong learner and educator, my purpose is to teach others the life-changing skill of separating suffering from mourning and be a supportive witness.
Through grief wellness coaching and massage, I help you feel less fearful of difficult emotions and remind you that it’s okay to take the mourning process at your own pace, but guide you to keep moving forward for your own wellbeing.
The secret is that when you know better, you can do better. I’ve seen the results in my life and those of my clients.