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Death Cafe Missoula

Hosted by Harvest Wholeness Center and Beyond the Meadow


Date:

Feb. 14, 2023

Start time:

5:00 p.m. (MT)

End time:

6:00 p.m. (MT)

Status:

Forthcoming

Contact the organiser

Address:

Garden City Harvest

1657 River Rd, Missoula, MT 59801

59801

United States

 

Free


About this Death Cafe

The Harvest Wholeness Center is proud to sponsor a new monthly Death Café, where people drink tea, and coffee, break bread and discuss death. Our aim is to increase awareness of death with wholeness and to help people make the most of their (finite) lives. These ongoing cafes are co-hosted by Death Doulas, Hayley Ingram, Kaley Burke, and Jess Hanaghan. We are honored to support and offer these vital conversations to this beautiful community


About Harvest Wholeness Center and Beyond the Meadow

Kaley Burke  earned her bachelor’s in communication from the University of Montana and specializes in relationship building, networking, and communication development. She embraces elders for who they are–real human beings, who deserve to be treated as such. Kaley believes that cutting-edge psychedelic medicine can often provide a unique opportunity to deeply understand and process the most challenging, confusing, and painful parts of our lives.

 

Hayley Ingram is a death doula,  massage therapist, and energy worker in Missoula, MT. She has recieved training from the Conscious Dying Insitute, INELDA, and Sacred Passing and recieved her bodywork training from Sacred Roots. Her work is her art and passion and manifests in various ways like working with sounds and spirit guides, using her tools and instruments to move stuck or stagnant energy, or simply holding someones hand at the end of their journey. Her work is rooted in presence, attunement, and deep listening to the body and spirit.

 

Jess Hanaghan received her Bachelor of Arts from Dominican College with a triple minor of Psychology, English andDrama Therapy. She is grateful and humbled to be doing this work as an intuitive healer. She is often found leading circles and doing sound baths. Jessica believes that psychedelics and plant medicine can be instrumental in one’s healing process. Having lost twin boys after two hours of life, this changed her view and perspective on how she lives and moves through grief and traumatic experiences

 


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