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Labyrinth Walking Workshop:

Small Rituals for Grief, Loss... and Revival  

Saturday, May 18th @ 9:30-11:30am | $35
@ Oriental Community Labyrinth,
South Avenue, Oriental, NC

Join me in this collaborative workshop co-hosted with Amanda Todd, PhD as she shares her passion for sacred spaces and the art of ritual while we co-create and honor a healing environment for the many themes of grief and loss experienced in the female life-course.  Grief and loss are themes so many women know — but in the wake of these life altering experience, many are left wondering where is the conversation on these topics in our community?  Where is the shared space for processing? 


What rituals for grief do we empower women with in our modern culture?... not many.  We can do better.  


Whether you grieve the loss of a pregnancy, the loss of a child, the loss of a partner, the loss of self, or the loss of a dream — come, walk with us. Honor the journey of your spirit.  



  • Learn what the sacred practice of labyrinth walking is, its origins, and how it is still being done today as a healing and meditative journey. 

  • Experience 'the 4 Rs' of the ritual labyrinth walk: Remember, Release, Receive, and Return.

  • Focus your intention for healing and revival while moving through space and time to walk the Oriental Community Labyrinth on a meditative journey.

  • Be in the company of other women as they set forth on a small but significant ritual of healing and revival. 

  • Decompress and process your walking experience with a semi-structured reflective writing and drawing practice. 

Amanda Todd, PhD

Amanda Todd, Ph.D. is a Veriditas-trained Labyrinth Facilitator, Interfaith Minister, Reiki Master/Teacher, and Death Doula. She is known for creating intuitive, reverent, and healing rituals and ceremonies for life's transitions in life, love, and loss. She hosts monthly labyrinth walks, spiritual book clubs, pilgrimages to Scotland, and offers private spiritual guidance sessions in helping people navigate their spiritual journey.


Heather Truog, OTD, OTR/L, PYT, CLC, PMH-C

Heather Truog is a doctor of occupational therapy and a trauma-informed pelvic floor therapist with a practice specialty in perinatal care.  With certifications in perinatal mental health, lactation counseling, and medical therapeutic yoga, the bigger themes of the lived experience of women are at the forefront of what she does every day with clients.  Many conversations held in the sacred space of her office revolve around wounds much more significant than what is going on at a tissue level -- but rather at a heart and spirit level. 


But feeling uncomfortable and need more info?  Message me!  I'm happy to answer questions.  

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