Living and Dying Well – An Opportunity to learn, contemplate and value life10:30 AM Springvale Botanical Cemetery - The Clarence Reardon Centre
“I am going to find out what death means because it is as important as living.”
This workshop will provide an immersive experience and opportunity to explore the following:
1. Our fears around death and dying
2. Contemplating our mortality and overcoming our fears through breath, music, poetry and books
3. What happens after death – on site visits at the cemetery
4. Living Well
We will create a safe and sensitive environment to explore issues that many of us are afraid to think and learn about. Contemplating these issues is a way to remind us of what we hold to be truly important in life. You will come away feeling more at ease and focused on living well.
Who should attend: This workshop is for people who have begun to consider their own mortality and ideally have attended other workshops at SMCT. I welcome inquiries and happy to explore if this is a good program for you. Numbers are limited. Please call Sunita on 0467 258008 or email Sunita.firstname.lastname@example.org
This workshop will be held at Springvale Botanical Cemetery. This is a free event with morning tea and lunch provided
What are my parking options?
There is plenty of onsite parking at the Cemetery.
Do I need to arrive before the workshop or at the time listed on my ticket?
Please arrive 15 minutes before the workshop starts (i.e. 15 minutes before the time printed on your ticket) and come to the Clarence Reardon Centre.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
For more information please call 0467 258 008 or email Sunita.Varlamos@smct.org.au
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
What is the refund policy?
This event is FREE with morning tea and lunch provided.