‘Healing The Grieving Heart Workshop’ to be held Nov. 2 in Del Mar

“Healing The Grieving Heart Workshop” will be held on Friday, Nov. 2, from 9:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. in Del Mar with authors and master facilitators Dr. Ken Druck, author of “The Real Rules of Life” and John Welshons, author of “Awakening from Grief.”

This workshop is for those who are grieving the loss of a loved one, or suffering a “Living Loss” related to a health crisis, relationship break-up, job loss, accident or painful family conflict. The day combines deep process work, experiential learning, gentle yoga, meditation and music in a safe and gentle environment near the sea in San Diego.  Attendees experience the restorative benefits of mind-body approaches for dealing with the persisting, painful emotions that accompany loss and deep inquiry into the unanswerable questions and spiritual issues evoked by loss.

Learn how to deal with the deep yearnings, longings and profound confusion that arise in the aftermath of a loss, the very normal feelings of anger, betrayal, guilt, numbness and fear, as well as understanding the seasons, unique elements, nuances and stages of grief and how to best process it.

Those interested in learning more about the Healing the Grieving Heart Workshop, can contact Melissa at Druck Enterprises, Inc. at 858-863-7825 or melissa@kendruck.com. Registration for this all day workshop is $90. Visit www.KenDruck.com

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