Loss

Exploring Loss Communally

Loss and love are inseparable, you cannot have one without the other. Exploring Loss allows us to process feelings in order to live with emotional intelligence.

Group rituals are one way to process grief, whatever its cause, in shared held spaces. The more we open our hearts to connection and love, the more we will feel loss. But how do we stay present with our pain in uncertain times? How do we find hope in the darkness?

Grief Tending in community is a practice to explore loss. It is a powerful tool to complement cognitive therapies which may offer a wider framework and ongoing support.

Forthcoming Grief Tending Events

Embracing Grief – our next monthly 4 hour online workshops are on

Sunday 22nd May 1-5pm 2022 (UTC+1). Booking through Dandelion Earth can be found here.

Embracing Grief – our Queer and GSRD 4 hour online workshop is on Friday 17th June 2022 from 3-7pm (UTC +1).
Further information and bookings through Dandelion Earth can be found here.

Tony and Sarah are passionate about being alive. They invite you to explore the powerful landscape of loss through Grief Tending. You can find more information about our Grief Tending workshops here. Or contact us to discuss creating a bespoke ceremony or workshop.

“Grief is subversive, undermining the quiet agreement to behave and be in control of our emotions. It is an act of protest that declares our refusal to live numb and small.”
Francis Weller

Participant Testimonials

“It was such a heart soothing and soul-enriching experience to participate in the space you created. I felt so utterly welcomed, free to bring whatever was alive in me, and never pressured to be anywhere I wasn’t. I had moments of feeling a huge resistance in myself; but was allowed to dance with that and invite what was hiding underneath. The threads that you wove to create our container felt so gently, lovingly and intentionally woven, held with both sincerity and lightness.” – Anon

“I have such a profound life-changing experience each and every time I attend one of these workshops.” – Anon