If you are completing a life transition, grieving a death, or closing a chapter in your life, consider giving yourself a gift of a good ending with a Conscious Completion practice session. Intentionally closing an experience helps us clear out the mental, emotional and physical space you need for the next part of your life to begin. This 75-minute practice session can help you consciously complete an ending in your life. Whether the ending took place 5 days or 5 years ago, I will support you in locating memories and details of an experience that are held within your body. Bringing something to conscious completion honors the past and helps to gather yourself in the present. It can also be a supportive practice to combine with other ways of saying goodbye.
Offered in individual coaching as well as for groups and organizations.
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Rev. Megan Visser (Dowdell), M.A., PhD(c) is a white, chronically ill queer minister, medical sociologist and UU somatic coach who lives with complex PTSD in sunny Southern California. “For the past 10 years, I have been practicing and training in embodied forms of healing trauma, including somatic approaches that view trauma and oppression through a holistic lens and use body-based practices to build resilience and cope more intentionally with our presently complicated lives and relationships. I am honored to work as a somatic coach with individual UUs, as well as with groups and conferences. I believe we become what we practice -- and so, I am committed to helping Unitarian Universalists practice the transformation of grief and trauma, grounded in care, connection and playfulness.”