A 3-part series focused on breathwork to process grief
Tuesdays: January 22, February 19, March 19
$30 single session, $75 series
All are welcome, but please RSVP as space is limited.
Private residence in Prospect Heights; address will be provided upon RSVP.
“Grief is not a feeling it is a capacity. It is not something that disables you, we are not on the receiving end of grief we are on the practicing end of grief." -- Stephen Jenkinson
Winter is the natural time for us to allow our focus and attention to turn inward, so that we can pause and tend to ourselves in the quieter months. This winter, join us for one or all of this 3-part breathwork series focused on making space for feeling and releasing sadness and grief.
Whether you are processing a new loss, an ancient one, the passing of a loved one from this plane to another, the loss of a relationship, or a land, or a culture, or simply feel like there is a nebulous sadness humming in the background of your experience, this series is for you. All the more difficult emotions are welcomed in this group, where instead of trying to heal from the level of our thinking minds, we will rely on the breath to do the letting go for us.
Breathwork is an active meditation using a specific 2-part breathing pattern to connect to your body and vitality, open up space for stagnant old energy and emotions to flow freely, and expand your heart. Most (more like, all) of us are carrying around pain, fear, trauma, and outdated beliefs about ourselves and the world around us, which all live tucked away in our cells. Breathwork is a simple tool that supports us in finally shedding those heavy weights.
Please wear clothes that are comfortable for you to lie down in. Bring an eye pillow or cover if you like.