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Navigating Grief Through Movement and the Senses

June 4 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Event/Class Description
Join me on a journey of healing and self-discovery with the “Navigating Grief Through Movement and the Senses” workshop, a transformative experience designed to address grief in its universal yet deeply personal dimensions.This workshop provides a space for authentic expression; to honor, attend to, and release the complexities of grief. This holistic exploration encompasses emotional, physical, mental, social, and spiritual aspects of grief, unlocking healing through the synergy of gentle movement and sensory engagement. Participants will discuss the impact of grief on the body, understanding the interconnectedness of emotions and the physical manifestations of grief.

Throughout the workshop, participants engage their five senses in healing practices. You will learn tools to help you create a personalized plan, incorporating gentle movements that are tailored for all levels, grounding techniques, self-regulation strategies and more. Join us in this workshop as we weave together wisdom and practical tools, unlocking healing through movement, sensory engagement, and self-discovery.

Jill C. McClennen

Jill is a certified death doula, grief coach, and the “Seeing Death Clearly” podcast host.

Jill offers compassionate support, practical preparation, and deep emotional healing to clients and their families. She provides her services in person as well as virtually.

Beyond her role as a death doula, Jill is also a trauma-sensitive yoga instructor. She incorporates movement, reiki, and shamanic healing techniques to assist clients in addressing their fears surrounding death, coping with grief, and finding peace around the end of life.

Her journey as a death doula has profoundly shaped Jill’s perspective on life’s priorities. This transformation fuels her mission of helping others clarify their core values, regardless of the time they have left.

Through her podcast, Jill engages in meaningful discussions with various guests about death, dying, grief, and how to live life fully. She advocates for open, honest dialogues about death, dying, and grief among friends and loved ones, including age-appropriate discussions with children from an early age.

Cost is $35.00 per person.



June 4
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm


Studio 67 Medford
67 North Main Street
Medford, NJ 08055 United States
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