You are invited into a safe community of grievers where your pain will be witnessed, validated, expertly held and understood.
…a journey with people who are also in the depths, where you can grieve openly, and share stories
…stories that offer hope, and a way through, with the experiences of others further down the path
Through ritual, music, and experiential exercises, you will let some of the pain go, maybe even find new direction on your own path, and the beginnings of a new world.
I want to teach you to trust your grief and your intuition.
Within this community of grievers who deeply get you, I would love to guide you to finding the tools, trust, strength, and resilience to take you to the other side.
Experience a group culture where there’s permission to be totally authentic and irrational with all your messy feelings.
Build your capacity to sit with grief so you can be more present for joy.
Experience a life-changing practice for releasing guilt, anger, and regret.
Live life without walls or numbing, or feeling in the depths alone.
Carry forth a protocol for sorrow, including tools and resilience to deal with life’s most challenging situations.
Create bonds that extend beyond the retreat, with others who get it, so you’ll no longer grieve alone.
Friday, February 2nd 6:30pm-8:30pm
Saturday, February 3rd, 10am-5pm
Sunday, February 4th, 10am-3pm
Lodging and meals are not provided.
Early Bird: $595 ($695 after January 9th)
Low Income Early Bird : $395 (annual income 45-75K) ($495 after 1/9)
Student Early Bird: $195 (annual income less than 45K) ($225 after 1/9)
Space is limited, reserve your spot today.
What folks are saying about grief work with Dr. Wild:
“I lost my husband early this year, and so began a pain inside like I have never known. I was relieved to find Florie and her grief group.
I did not want to carry my grief alone. I wanted to find a way to let my feelings out and to move through me. The group has not disappointed me. I have found it to be deeply moving, soulful and authentic.
Although the exercises and activities can be emotionally challenging, they prompt a deep exploration and release of feelings. I have not found this in other grief groups. And when it’s emotionally intense, Florie is right there with you, a strong supportive and empathetic presence. I cannot imagine going through this year without Florie and the community of women in the group who have formed a circle of support around me. “
Please share with anyone who could benefit.
All kinds of people and all kinds of grief are welcome. Email email@example.com with any questions