SCHEDULED COLORADO-BASED WORKSHOPS
Sunday, November 9, 2014 from 12:30PM-4:30PM
THE ART OF SACRED DEATH CARE
A workshop to educate and empower you in home-based, family-directed after-death care. DOWNLOAD THE FLYER Body Care Workshop Nov 2014 and share it with others.
Overcome your fears and step into the most personal, healing way of preparing for a loved-one’s death and caring for them when they transition. This hands-on workshop gives you all the tools and knowledge you need to be able to care for your own dead at home, just as our ancestors did. You will learn:
- Techniques for practical, loving care of the body
- Legalities and coroner concerns
- Home vigils and wakes
- Earth-friendly burial options
and much more!
Location: Adi Shakti Kundalini Yoga Center, 6717 Valmont Road, Boulder, CO. RSVP NECESSARY.
HOW TO REGISTER. You can download the Natural Transitions Workshop Registration Form 2014, fill it out, and mail a check for $85 to Natural Transitions, 3980 N. Broadway, Suite#103-171, Boulder, CO 80304. You can also pay via the paypal button below for a $5 extra fee to cover credit card processing costs. So please, SEND US A CHECK, if possible. They’re much preferred.
Our TEAM OF NT TRAINERS:
Susan’s heart lies in supporting people at end-of-life. She has served by volunteering with elders as a caregiver, as a Family Hospice volunteer, and as a Natural Transitions board member and Educator.
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And Dominie Cappadonna, NT trainer – not pictured. email@example.com 303-499-1325 direct
Edward Leonard of Berryville, Virgina, a marketing consultant for a monastery with a natural burial ground, attended our April 2011 2-day training in death care, including home funeral guidance. Here’s what he had to say:
“I signed up for the Natural Transitions’ training with only a vague notion about the social phenomenon of reclaiming control and dignity over the dying process and low-environmental-impact funerals. The Natural Transitions’ class was professionally executed and provided me with a framework that I am now using as I design and implement a 150-acre natural cemetery. The course introduced me to concepts that I plan to share with clients who want to manage their own death process, but who may not know what questions to ask.”