SCHEDULED BOULDER, COLORADO-BASED WORKSHOPS
FAMILY-LED GREEN AFTER-DEATH CARE – The next Boulder, CO workshop will take place on Sunday, March 23, 2014, 1-5PM, at Family Hospice, 1790 30th Street, Suite 308, Boulder, CO 80302. Here’s the NT Bringing Death Home workshop flyer 2014 to share with others.
It is 4-hour Intensive Class for $85 including materials.
Concerns about caring for our dead, ourselves; Recognizing the dying process ; Practical & loving care of the body; Legalities, coroner concerns and death certificates ; Revisiting concerns, questions and closing.
This is a practical, hands-on workshop providing you with the tools and knowledge to be able to care for your own dead at home. A home funeral is an intimate and healing way of honoring the sacred transition of death. It is completely legal in the state of Colorado and in most other states, families may care for their own dead.
Location: Family Hospice
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, but we prefer checks, if possible.
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. firstname.lastname@example.org 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.”