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Flowing with Grief
Yoga Classes

Let Your Grief Flow. Let Your Grief Breathe.


About the Practice

The Flowing with Grief practice invites individuals to connect to their bodies and their grief through movement, breath, and sound in order to release any pain and suffering that may be stored in the body.


Each 1 Hour Flowing with Grief class will address a different theme related to grief. As opposed to being focused on strength and flexibility, this yoga class centers the emotional body and the embodied experiences that we hold. Traditional Grief Yoga® incorporates many different forms of yoga including vinyasa, kundalini, laughter, and restorative. This class with be blend of these styles, with the addition of elements from dance movement therapy, and include time for journaling and/or reflection at the end.

The intention behind this monthly practice is to attune to our bodies, our grief, and the season we are in, thus connecting us to our hearts, our spirits, and our people who have died.  

  • No previous yoga experience is required to participate in this practice as it can be done in a chair or on a yoga mat. 

  • Participants are invited to bring whatever props will make them most comfortable ie. mat, blanket, pillow/bolster, blocks etc. Loose fitted clothing you can move in is suggested.


Private Flowing with Grief Sessions are also available at a rate of $120 per session. Please contact if you are interested in a private session.

Current Monthly Class Schedule

Saturday Mornings from 930-1030am EST

Drop in: $35

Seasonal Series Bundle: $90 for all 3 classes

Fall Schedule:

Saturday, September 16th

Saturday, October 21st

Saturday, November 18th

In Person Location: Ohana Preservation Foundation 24240 James Monroe Hwy Aldie VA 20105

Virtual on Zoom

Register for classes here .

*If you would like to register for the Seasonal Series Bundle please email

"It was an honor to collaborate with Kelsey on a recent grief retreat. Her Flowing with Grief Yoga Class was a holistic and highly therapeutic experience. Her work in the space is the kind of movement and deep release that clients need to access, that can not always happen in loss with words alone. She brings a deep understanding, heartfelt confidence, and intuitive knowing to her sessions".

Barri Leiner Grant

Chief Grief Officer® and Founder of

The Memory Circle

Before participating in classes please read and sign the 

For Questions/Concerns Please Contact

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