Master Classes are typically held on the 1st Tuesday of the month from 7:00 - 8:00 PM EST. Each month will explore a theme from Mindfulness & Grief, as well as other relevant or seasonal topics. Sharing Circles and typically held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month from 7:00 - 8:00 PM EST.
Heather will send you a reminder email with the link to the master class one day before each event.
JUNE: Self-Compassion: Applying The Oxygen Mask To Yourself. Become your own best friend using the three principles of self-compassion.
JULY: Compassion and Forgiveness: Attending to Grief with Loving-Kindness. Learn how to open a closed heart and engage the healing power of loving-kindness for others.
AUGUST: Skillful Courage: The Dance of Strength and Vulnerability. Take control of what feels like an uncontrollable dance of grief as you move back and forth between hope and despair.
SEPTEMBER: Getting Unstuck: Tending to the Five Mental Hindrances. Meet resistance with curiosity and transform barriers into opportunities for personal growth and awakening.
OCTOBER: Meaning Reconstruction: Learning to Live After Loss. Honor your loved one’s legacy while creating your own life’s journey and rebuilding your assumptive world.
NOVEMBER: Grief During the Holidays: Navigating a Season of Expectations. Create a season of meaning and connection while consciously choosing what traditions to keep, create, change, or let go.
DECEMBER: Silence is Golden: Creating the Space You Need to Thrive. Explore the power of silence in practice and daily life as you learn to savor things small and large.
JANUARY: Who Am I Now? will help you to rewrite your post-loss narrative and tap into the power of meaning-making in spite of uncertainty and change.
FEBRUARY: Perpetual Mindfulness: Practicing Beyond Grief. Develop a relationship with your practice so that you can live your life with equanimity and transcend common “practice pitfalls.”
APRIL: Conscious Relaxation: How to Care for Your Grieving Body. Release tension and steady your mind during uncertain times.
MAY: Mindful Awareness: How to Find Refuge in the Present Moment. Use your breath and body as your safe harbor when you are overwhelmed or unsteadied by grief.