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Women’s Grief and Love Evening Tea Ritual

We invite you to participate with us in a sacred women's circle designed to heal grief and expand love. We will co-create a safe and confidential space to share openly and engage with emotions like grief, fear, and despair in healthy ways creating an atmosphere of compassion, healing, and connection. Together we are honoring the rite of passage of grief and loss and tending to the heart.

It is in a woman's nature to feel and to connect. You are not designed to do life alone or push down your emotions. You need a safe space to be seen, valued, heard, understood, and supported. A circle is a place where you can show up exactly as you are, and all is welcome. 

Each circle will include a release and renewal ritual to release what is no longer serving you physically, spiritually, emotionally–– and choose what you would like to create next in life moving forward. We will serve you hot tea in a sacred space and support you to leave at the end of the night feeling lighter with a sense of peace and community. 

Change is happening now more than ever. It’s time to release and clear the way for new possibilities and new beginnings. We need each and every one of our individual lights to be shining as bright as possible in order to live and lead in love.

Space is very limited and registration is filling up on a first come, first serve basis. You are welcome to participate once or return to our tea ritual each month to heal and renew.

Tickets can be purchased here:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/womens-grief-and-love-evening-tea-ritual-tickets-53129643193?fbclid=IwAR1rFj8GvIy2kov9zifzGQp4BG5UA7JFsOGzMFrQu3FhiIyP68QFhW-9ZBE

About Elisabeth Becker:
Elisabeth is a Modern Grief Counselor and Leadership Coach with knowledge rooted in 13+ years of studying the art of personal growth and transformation. Elisabeth specializes in supporting people with grief, loss, major life transitions and leadership development. She's passionate about supporting people to vulnerably step into their grief and face it with a compassionate curiosity so that they have an opportunity to come out on the other side stronger and more resilient.