Posted by thispaththistime
Hosted by Miia Chambers
Feb. 17, 2017
6:30 p.m. (GMT)
8:30 p.m. (GMT)
Leyton Jubilee Park
3 Marsh Lane
No charge or donations
This Death Cafe has taken place
About this Death Cafe
The event is an open discussion about death without specific agendas. It is a respectful and confidentiall space where people can express their views safely. The event will be facilitated by Miia, James and Sara.
There are refreshments available to purchase at the café throughout the evening. There is no fee to attend.
Looking forward to seeing you there.
About Miia Chambers
Miia Chambers is a mindfulness practitioner and a coach. She has worked in mental health services for the past decade. She lives locally to this death cafe, and sees this event as one of the ways of supporting people to come together to talk about things that matter to living well. She is interested in exploring how acknowledging death impacts on how we live.
Sara Burns has been a practicing Buddhist for over 25 years and teaches mindfulness, meditation and Buddhism. She is co-director of a social enterprise, currently developing a visual discussion tool to support people to talk about what matters towards the end of life. Mostly she is interested in how to change the ways we meet the reality of death.
James Hawkins is a Psychotherapist who has worked as a health and social care professional for over twenty years. He has provided support and advice to adults, adolescents and children and worked in health, social care and education settings in both statutory and voluntary organisations.
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