Contemplative End of Life Care
Learn simple profound practices and techniques to support work in end of life care.
The difference between pain and suffering, pain meditations, contemplative practices and some hands on touch for transitioning. This workshop will support overall well-being and strengthen your resilience as well as increase confidence in working with the dying process.
Saturday, April 12, 2014 (1-5pm)
Pilgrims Hospice (9808 – 148 st Edmonton)
Rayne Johnson combines her 30 years of massage practice, years of Palliative work and many years of studying death care with a certificate from Naropa University.
Register for the event through eventbrite
or contact Rayne at 780-642-8703 or email@example.com
The Dharma Box Next Session: TBA
These sessions aim to prepare you mentally for the inevitability of death, and to create a safe place to discuss and express your feelings and experiences around death. We will cover a brief overview of the Buddhist understanding of living and dying; contemplative practices; preparing for death; stages of dying; caring for the dying; sudden deaths; care after death – funeral rituals and practices; grief; and beyond the will – advanced care planning, personal directives/wills.
We will prepare our own Dharma Box filled with our wishes and aspirations for the care of our body in death, as well as in the process of dying.
This series is for health care practitioners, chaplains, caregivers, the lay person -for anyone, in other words, who would like to explore ways of being with dying that serves both the caregiver and the dying person practically and spiritually.
Presented by Rayne Johnson
firstname.lastname@example.org or call 780-642-8703