As a She Recovers Signature Coach, I’m excited to launch this in-person workshop series for women in Victoria, BC. This opportunity to experience a variety of methods and modalities of healing and connection will be held this fall in a welcoming, safe space. Descriptions and dates will be added here as they become available.
About the Workshops
Cost is $60 per workshop
- Once booked, you will be contacted for payment information (visa, mc, e-transfer accepted)
- These groups sessions will be limited in size (12 per workshop)
- Tea and a light snack will be offered at each workshop
- You will be contacted via email prior to each workshop with the location and if there are any items you may need or want to bring
- If the session sells out, please email me to be put on a wait list
- If you have any questions at all please email me at email@example.com
- Cancellation policy: more than 2 weeks prior to the workshop will be refunded, within 1 week of the workshop will be held as a credit towards another workshop, within 48 hours of the workshop will not be refunded or credited
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SOLD OUT! Healing Inner Grief with Shauna Janz, MA
September 30, 2017 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
“We are all recovering from something.” ~She Recovers
When we choose change in our life, such as recovery from substance use, from relationship hardship, or from limiting patterns in our life, this change also comes with transition – the inner process of navigating a new way of being. In this introductory workshop, we will explore soulful approaches to understanding and supporting the grief process through life transitions, gaining insight into fundamental grief needs and holistic strategies for healing.
Shauna Janz is dedicated to bringing the sacred and the community back to healing through grief and life transitions. She offers grief support and trauma-informed facilitation, drawing on the wisdom of ritual and circle traditions. Her educational trainings focus on reclaiming heart-centered and soulful approaches to supporting others with dignity and meaning. Audiences have included non-profit organizations, government, First Nation communities, higher learning institutions, school district teams, and rural communities across BC.