Caring for Our Own: Family Directed After Death Care - Virtual Class
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About The Event
Caring for your own after death is loving, legal and safe. Learn how you can create an intentional space, body care, annointing and other rituals; as well as the legal and consumer rites.
Celebrant, Home Vigil Guide and Educator. Anne Murphy is trained in the art of supporting individuals and families through the seasons of birth, death and transitions through through heart-centered, compassionate and meaningful conversations, rituals and ceremonies. Anne is part the local and national movement in remembering our rite to care for our dead. She is a co-founder of the Minnesota Death Collaborative, a serves on the Minnesota Threshold Network Leadership Committee and recently completed her term at the National Home Funeral Alliance Board; and also holds a BA from Northern Arizona University.athousandhands.com
We invite you to prepare for our virtual time together by creating sacred space for your learning. From Anne: Due to the timely nature of this topic, please use it as an invitation to explore mortality, your personal narrative death and what it brings up for you. Prior to calling in; allow yourself some time to gather a notebook, pen, cup of tea or any sacred objects and settle into your space. We will start with a light meditation, followed by content, Q&A and further discussion.
This virtual class will take place via Zoom. Virtual classes will remain small to maintain the intimate feel we enjoy so much, as well as create space for you to ask questions and express yourself. If you have any questions please feel free to email us @ email@example.com
**Due to our small class sizes, we do not offer refunds on classes after purchase.**
- Caring for Our Own$45$450$0