Tue, Sep 26|
Yoga Shala Fairfield
Let's Talk: Matters of Life and Death
A discussion with Julie Blitzer and Evelyne Serais
Time & Location
Sep 26, 2023, 7:00 PM – 8:15 PM
Yoga Shala Fairfield, 1961 Post Rd, Fairfield, CT 06824, USA
About the event
Cost: $10, Venmo: @Julie-Blitzer-1
RSVP: Email Julie: email@example.com
This circle of learning, sharing, and connecting will explore vitality, mortality, and grief. Bring your curiosity, your fears, your desires, your questions, your experience, and your knowledge to openly discuss what it means to live fully and die well.
Julie Blitzer will facilitate the conversation, but there is no set agenda. The aim is to flow with whatever topics/stories arise organically and to welcome all points of view without judgement. Expect to listen, to be heard, and hopefully to expand in some way. Julie appreciates movement, meditation, writing, music, and silence as aids for reflection and inquiry, so please be open to engaging in any or all of these depending on how the gathering unfolds. Please note that this is not a support group, but you may find yourself feeling supported.
Your open mind and heart are warmly invited on this journey pertaining to the things that arguably matter most: life and death.
Julie Blitzer thrives on creating opportunities to engage and support people in self-reflection and inquiry, as she believes these are fundamental to existing with a sense of aliveness. She does this primarily through facilitation of The Grief Recovery Method (GRM), an evidence-based program that helps people process significant emotional losses. In addition to offering GRM, Julie serves as a doula for the dying and their loved ones, as well as for vibrant adults seeking to explore matters of life and death. To balance her work around grief and end-of-life, Julie builds community by offering JourneyDance classes (a dynamic movement practice), being a Hoffman Process Graduate Leader, and organizing a women's group that focuses on personal development. She is also a hospice patient volunteer, wife, mother of two teenage boys, dog mom, and budding writer.
Julie's website: www.authenticmatters.net