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Heather Stang offers those who are grieving a wise and practical guide.... [Mindfulness & Grief] will help you find your own inner strength and awakening heart in the midst of great loss.

Tara Brach, Ph.D.

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Heather is a seasoned professional whose commitment and passion shines through her work and her presentations.... Heather infuses compassion and care into her work and those who participate reap the benefits!

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When we are more firmly grounded in our bodies, as Heather Stang demonstrates, we are better able literally and metaphorically to find a new footing in the world, and to restore a life of meaning and coherence.

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[Heather's] work is thoughtful, focused and well researched. I trust her to work with our donor families because of her compassion and openness about her own grief journey.  She knows what she’s talking about, but more importantly she helps you find what works best for you.

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