Home Funeral and Death Care Midwife Training

Home-based celebrations bring death out of the shadows and into the light of life.  To care for our loved one, by lovingly tending them in their own home, is a gift and remains an option for those who want to honor this important life transition.

During this 3-day workshop, you will be taught:

  • How to assist in creating a community of intimacy and honor prior to and after death
  • NC State Laws concerning the family’s rights after the death of a loved one
  • Documents needed for after death care
  • Green options for the body after death
  • Practical matters of tending a body after death
  • Supplies used during a home funeral
  • Providing support before death and beyond
  • Creating a nurturing environment around the death transition
  • Death Celebrations
  • Much, much more…

The cost for this 3-day workshop is $360.

To Register:  Sign up online on our “Registration” page.

UPCOMING Workshop in 2015:

  • check the “Calendar of Workshops and Retreats” page for dates and times
  • $360 for this 3-day workshop
  • 9am-5:30pm
  • 2015:  August15, September 5, and October 10, 2015 (attend all three dates)

Contact us for individual consultations or tailored group trainings

______________
Center for End of Life Transitions

828-318-9077 For information and Guide on Call
______________

Supported by Anattasati Magga, Inc., a Buddhist Sangha for the Laity.
The Center for End of Life Transitions is a nonprofit, all-faiths project.
All donations are tax-deductible.

2 Responses to “Workshop: Home Funeral and Death Care Midwife Training”

  1. vicky a anderson Says:

    Interesting how this came to me – maybe down my line ~ ~ I came upon the spring newsletter of the Southern Dharma Retreat Center – read through it. And I have family in Asheville, though I have not been there in some time.

  2. Sue Johnson Says:

    I would be very interested in this retreat. I am a practicing Buddhist and would really enjoy some concentrated focus on western legal parameters and how to navigate during a home transition. It looks like you are doing great work 🙂

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s