Grief & Loss

Emotional freedom to continue and to live your life well. 
Learning to consciously breathe in to the body is a transformative tool for grief and loss.
We can hold trauma, shock and our loss in areas of our body such as the lungs, throat and heart. Please look on my Breath Work page to learn more about breath work and follow the guided breath work techniques to learn quickly how to support yourself back to mental, physical and emotional wellness.
Lots of video content to support grief and loss coming soon, but apologies in advance for the slowness as it is now school holidays in the UK.


A One Day Programme

Grief and Loss

The way we experience grief is individual, but would it be good for you to find the best outcome for you in your situation, so that you can express your emotions fully, find your clarity and begin to shape another kind of life?

We will start the day by discovering what your beliefs, emotions and behaviours currently are. We’ll do this through various cognitive exercises. You’ll quickly build a clear picture of where you are now, that’s your present state, and where you want to be, that’s your desired state.

We will cover many topics from your emotional relationship with your grief, and letting go of emotions such as anger and sadness and overwhelm. We will focus on any shock and trauma that you may be holding in your body from your loss and seek to release that. 

We will work with any regrets, blame, shame or guilt that you may be experiencing and move towards acceptance and learning to let go of a relationship with your grief and loss that keeps you stuck and unable to balance yourselves and enjoy the life that you have to live whilst you can.

We will look at clearing negative judgements on yourself and others, and adapting to create personal happiness and peace within your life.

And through our breath work that connects us to our heart-mind, we will allow humility and grace to fill the void in what we may not, or ever, understand fully the reasons why events happened as they did.

You will find your path to handing over your worries and emotions to something higher than yourself, be that the God of your understanding, your family and friends, or our group, as we come together to lean-in, and lean-on, each other and recover from what we have experienced. 

When we lose someone close to us, we also lose the physicality of that relationship and that can impact negatively on our physiological and emotional wellbeing. So knowing techniques that you can use to create a feel-good state in your body can really help, so we will also look at the power or your breath, and the importance of our own, and others, gentle touch. Both breath and touch are hugely beneficial for increasing the feel good hormones in your body, such as serotonin and oxytocin, and decreasing the stress response hormone cortisol, which is so prevalent when we suffer upset and shock.

​This is a day for honouring those that have gone before us, and making the decision to give ourselves permission to make the most out of our lives, so that we can in time, reflect back and know that we had the courage to live fully.


Even though grief and loss can be distressing to live with for many, this day will be light, compassionate and both practical and insightful. You will feel connected, heard and understood. You are not alone, or have cause to feel lonely, as we come together and intend for the wellbeing, and the end to the suffering, of all our group as a positive way forward to help heal ourselves as individuals.

Calm Sea

Your body is away from me
But there is a window open
from my heart to yours.



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