creating new life after the loss of a spouse

Discover Life Again— a class offering.

Redefine your wellness in mind, body, and heart. Rediscover who you are now— after experiencing

the loss of your spouse.


After experiencing such devastating change, we are overwhelmed, exhausted and confused to say

the least. All of the change and stress has taken a toll on our health and well-being.


We have the tools and knowledge to take small steps toward creating new life and nurturing our

tired bodies, tender hearts and chaotic minds.


Yes, it is uncomfortable, exciting and inspiring.


You are worth it!


After all, you’ve been through something life altering and profound.


YOU ARE NO LONGER THE SAME PERSON.

How do we take the past and present and begin

to suggest a future?


ONE STEP AT A TIME— YOU HAVE EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO CONTINUE THE

JOURNEY— YOUR JOURNEY!


Take the next step towards celebrating your whole self!


·  6 week class

· Monday evenings starting March 9th, 2020

· 6:00pm to 7:30pm

· Boise

· $30 registration fee (HSA and Flex Accounts may be billed)


In this class we will:

  • Discover who we are today by honoring our past
  • Replenish our mind, body and heart with a personal wellness plan
  • Embrace the knowledge we’ve gained and use it to begin creating a new road map
  • Use tools such as journaling, creative expression, relaxation techniques and group discussions to facilitate the process
  •  Much more!


*This is not a grief support group.  This is an educational wellness class taught by Marni Henderson B.S., credentialed Health Educator and Wellness Practitioner.

REGISTER NOW

Past Participants are saying

“After the grief group came to an end, I now understood my grief and wanted to find ways to keep living with some type of meaning. I was struggling to figure out how. After working with Marni, I feel I am a much stronger and realize that I can do this and have lots of life left to live.”


“You gracefully and metaphorically took my hand as I walked up the mountain while seeing the peaks, valleys, beauty and devastation. With skillful questions encouraging me to see different perspectives while also feeling the pain, AND the love and joy. This time encouraged me to embrace my life and live fully.”


“I now have tools to live this new life. I feel empowered and grateful for the woman I am today. The pain and sorrow still lives with me…..and I am aware of how to choose the way I engage with life. I can feel joy again and I now remember my forgotten passions of years ago."

Funded by

Cancer Connection of Idaho in the Idaho Community Foundation

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