Becoming the Mountain
6 Month Mentoring Immersion
**Starting in early 2022**
Join an intimate community in a 6 month ritual learning environment to deepen into your path of facilitating grief support, ritual and healing.
Each month will include teachings, a group mentoring circle, experiential dyad/small group practice time, and a 1:1 mentoring session, plus additional resources and materials.
Successful completion and integration of the Sacred Grief online courses: Roots to Resiliency and Of Stone, Bone and Water.
Why? These courses offer both the foundational therapeutic skills, language, and concepts that act as the jumping off point for this Mentoring Immersion, and also provide you with the groundwork practices to be in ancestral and cultural integrity with how you hold this work and within your social-historical location.
More information on structure, content and pricing will be forthcoming.
Please email an expression of interest to [email protected] to be notified when applications become open, near the end of 2021. Thank you.
Shauna Janz (she/her) is dedicated to tending belonging in our world - within ourselves, with each other, and with our other-than-human relations. She creates space for reaching into the rough and beautiful places that are a catalyst for transformation and healing, personally and collectively, through grief, trauma, ritual and ancestral healing work. Her offerings are trauma-informed, somatic-based and anchored in the resiliency of the human spirit, and animist and decolonizing values.
Shauna supports individuals, families, communities and organizations, and has been designing and delivering trauma-informed programs since 2008. Audiences have included non-profit organizations, local and provincial government, First Nation communities, post-secondary education institutions, school district counseling teams, rural communities and international summits.
Alongside her private practice and online school of Sacred Grief, Shauna is a trainer and mentor with BC Bereavement Helpline supporting traumatic bereavement by homicide, suicide and drug-related death. In the past, she has been a teacher and mentor with Ancestral Medicine, leading multi-day healing rituals; an Executive Director with Learning Through Loss serving youth and adults with grief education and support; the founder of the Victoria Holistic Death Care Gatherings uplifting grassroots perspectives, and a co-visionary for the annual Deathly Matters community conference. She is a lover of inspiration and creativity, and can be found dancing, playing music, and walking in the wilds of nature and mystical communion. Her ancestors are from the lands of Scot Celtic, northern Germanic and Nordic cultures.