(Monday) 15:45 - 16:15
Tamsin Grainger & Ursula Troche: A Death Walk for Life Lars’ contribution is flexible and responsive and to be shaped in response to the overall
Tamsin Grainger & Ursula Troche: A Death Walk for Life
Lars’ contribution is flexible and responsive and to be shaped in response to the overall programme.
A deeply meditative group exploration on death and life, to galvanise the community in embodied action using Medieval and Japanese rite. This is an open experiment focused on our imminent demise. It engages each individual, on their own home turf, offering the chance to allow sensation, experience and thought to arise. Happening in a directed context with prompts from the facilitator, the results will be curated and disseminated both to the individuals and on a shared platform for the understanding, healing and future of those individuals, the community, the land and the wider universe.
Speakers for this event
Tamsin is a Shiatsu practitioner with a walking practice. Writer - Death and Loss in Shiatsu Practice, A Guide to Bodywork in Palliative Care (August 2020, Singing Dragon (Jessica Kingsley / Hachette). Death Café organiser. End-of-life hospice worker. International teacher (bodywork, meditation, chi gung) - Death, Loss and Grief. Journeyed to Mont Saint Michel barefoot across the sands of time.