This 8 Session Mini-Course is a free resource featuring guided meditations and a home practice plan. It is designed for you to enjoy whether or not you own a copy of the best-selling book, Mindfulness & Grief, which is available as a paperback, Kindle and Nook, and from many fine independent books sellers.
The practices in this mini-course are designed to help you cope with life after loss. Whether you are bereaved yourself or are a grief professional using the book for bereavement groups, these notes and grief exercises are priceless.
These eight lessons will roll out to you over a period of 14 days, and you will have access to them for years to come. Try to practice once each day - you may find it to be life changing!
To take your practice deeper, consider trying out the full course, Transform Your Life After Loss with Mindfulness & Grief, which contains videos, downloadable meditations, a course workbook, and the opportunity to participate in Live Q&A Sessions with Heather Stang.
May these teachings be of great benefit!
Heather is the author of Mindfulness & Grief, and a contributor to Techniques of Grief Therapy: Assessment & Intervention, edited by the esteemed grief therapist Dr. Bob Neimeyer. Heather is on the board of advisors for T*A*P*S (Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors of Military Loss), and contributes to T*A*P*S Magazine.
Heather holds a Master's Degree in Thanatology, which is the study of
Death, Dying, and Bereavement, from Hood College. She is an
IAYT Certified Yoga Therapist,
and holds three certificates from the Phoenix Rising Yoga School of
Yoga Therapy, in yoga therapy, therapeutic yoga teacher training, and
group facilitation. She is also registered through Yoga Alliance as a
Registered Yoga Teacher-200 hours.
Heather discovered yoga and mindfulness while she was the CEO of a web development company and diagnosed with a stress-related illness. These contemplative practices inspired her to live a life in service to others, and she became a suicide/crisis hotline call specialist in honor of her uncle who died by suicide when Heather was a child. Heather has led workshops for organizations including Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS), National Fallen Firefighter’s Foundation, National Hospice & Palliative Care Organization, and the Association of Death Education and Counseling.
She is the founder of the Frederick Meditation Center in Maryland, where she has a private practice, and offers supportive articles and guided meditations at MindfulnessAndGrief.com.