Are you struggling with the emotional impacts following the loss of a loved one (recent or past), the ending of a relationship or a life changing transition?
Have these tender times flipped your world upside-down, rocked the foundation of your life or brought up your deepest fears and anxieties?
The impact of loss of any kind can manifest in many different ways - you may be struggling mentally, emotionally, physically, and/or spiritually. You may feel lost, overwhelmed, and unable to cope with your changed world.
If you are experiencing any of the above, know that you don't have to navigate these tender times alone.
Self-paced, live learning, and custom workshops to support you as you navigate your way through loss, grief, change and transition.
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Hi, I'm Hayley
Grief and loss have broke my heart, cracked me open, and allowed my heart to expand in ways I never imagined possible.
My experiences with loss continue to deepen who I am as a human, as a therapist and as a companion. Grief has prompted me to search for more many times over - more meaning, more depth, and more out of this life I get to live. This is more than a profession to me, it is truly my hearts work, and I would be honoured to walk alongside you throughout this phase of your journey.
I support my clients in moving through grief, loss, pain and unimaginable heartbreak - with integrative practices that support the mind, body and spirit (energy medicine techniques, movement, breath, sound) so that you can begin to (re)discover who you are on the other side of loss.
We will dive deep into all things grief, loss, transition, compassionate transformation, and mind-body-spiritual integration.
Feeling mysterious and unexplained
physical pains following your loss?
Download this FREE guide to help you understand the physical affects of loss and support you with effective ways to release trapped emotions from your body
All of western medicine is built on getting rid of pain, which is not the same as healing. Healing is actually the capacity to hold pain.
- GABOR MATE