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Yoga Child's Pose

Flowing with Grief
Practice

Led by Kelsey Sawyer Certified Grief Yoga
® Teacher

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 using movement and breath to process and release grief that is held in the body.

 

This is a 1 Hour yoga and movement practice designed to support you through the process of becoming aware of your grief, witnessing and expressing your grief feelings, connecting with your loved ones who have died, and surrendering to your grief experience. As opposed to being focused on strength and flexibility, this practice centers the emotional body and the embodied experiences that we hold onto. Traditional Grief Yoga® incorporates many different forms of yoga including vinyasa, kundalini, laughter, and restorative. This practice with be blend of these styles, with the addition of elements of dance movement therapy and other mindfulness techniques, and include time for journaling and/or reflection at the end.

The intention behind this weekly 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.

Weekly Virtual Schedule: 

 

Fridays 930-1030am EST  LIVE on Zoom

Drop in: $25

Monthly FWG Pass: $90

 

"Kelsey Sawyer is a rare gem in the realm of grief. She brings a true gentlenesss and devout compassion to her work, providing immense healing and understanding in the face of grief and loss".

Claire Bidwell Smith

Therapist and Author

Before participating in classes please read and sign the 

For Questions/Concerns Please Contact
riverbendgrief@gmail.com

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