The first episode of our "Grieve Outside the Box" Book Podcast series brings a conversation with Yoga Educator, Author, and Conduit, Gail Grossman. She shares how her yoga practice informed her experience in supporting her mother's passing from lung cancer.
In this episode we discuss:
What is Anticipatory Grief?Being a caregiver for an ill loved oneDenial during hospiceSavasana aka Corpse Pose as a practice for deathThe womb of a yoga studio to process griefAdjusting your yoga practice to nurture yourselfGail's top Restorative Yoga Poses to process griefHer top tools: Lavender Essential Oil, Louise Hay Affirmation cards, Amethyst
Gail Grossman founded Om Sweet Om Yoga in Port Washington in 2004. In 2018 she was fortunate to have found new caretakers for the community, and Gail remains a teacher and trainer there. Gail has been sharing the gift of yoga since 2000. Her students describe her as a very nurturing teacher who can quietly touch every muscle in their physical and emotional body, which leaves them feeling relaxed, grounded and happy.
Sign up for her Free Summit Gathering "Cool People I've Met Along the Way" - Jan 12-14th
Sign up for her online Restorative Training
Buy her Book "Restorative Yoga For Life"
Louise Hay's book "You Can Heal Your Life"
Power Thought Affirmation Cards by Louise Hay
About the "Grieve Outside the Box" Book Podcast series: Each week we cover the topics discussed chapter by chapter in Elena's A-Z guide for Embracing the Death Doula Within. Pre-sales for the book begin January 8th at elenabox.com
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