POSTPONED We're all terminal: a death awareness workshop

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Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Rockland

130 Conklin Rd

Pomona, NY 10970

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This is event is being rescheduled. Please sign-up for Mikki's bi-monthly mailing list to hear about the new date. You can do that at mikkibaloy.com or dropping a line to hello@mikkibaloy.com. Thank you.

"Do not fear death, but rather the unlived life. You don't have to live forever. You just have to live." (Natalie Babbitt)

You are invited to a gathering of friendly people to:

* Prioritize the feelings and actions that matter most
* Let go of unimportant details, routines, and stories
* Be inspired to live more fully
* Set Spring intentions to cultivate self growth

In a light-hearted, safe space, we'll celebrate life through the acceptance of death. Join us for gentle movement, guided meditation, discussion, and the space to “…be truly in awe of the miracle of life and the time we do have.” (Sharon Salzberg)

About the facilitators:

Kerry Potter is a green burial advocate/educator and proprietor of Dying to Bloom, Inc - Natural Burial Boutique. She founded the Rockland Green Cemetery Fund and launched the Nyack Death Cafe. Kerry is a Certified Funeral Celebrant, Reiki Practitioner and Hospice Volunteer.

Soledad Soriano-Kaplan holds a masters degree in counseling with 25 years experience working as a mental health counselor. As a psychotherapist she works with individuals, families, youth, and groups in Westchester and Rockland counties. She is also a yoga Instructor with Level E national certifications (E-RYT 200, RYT 500, RCYT, RPYT, and YACEP). She teaches children’s and adult yoga classes, accessible yoga, and stand up paddle board yoga. She is a Reiki Master and is certified in ayurvedic bodywork and as an aromatherapist.

Mikki Baloy has studied with shamans, ritual-keepers, and mystics from around the world. Her approach to healing fuses indigenous traditions with yoga, Buddhism, and more than three decades of creative training as a performer, writer, and musician. She was the Director of a 9/11 foundation in New York City, helping to create and maintain programs to assist many thousands of people. She is the author of Hallowed Underground: Sacred Hope and Healing in Dark Times and is a yoga teacher and minister of animism. www.mikkibaloy.com

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