Linda Go is a certified yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance and the developer of Sounds of the Chakras: a Nada Yoga sound healing practice to enhance overall well-being and relaxation through sound vibration and breath. She has been a sound healing practitioner since 2000. She worked for 8 years in shamanic healing camps for end of life care clients. Linda graduated from the Conscious Dying Institute in 2018.
She is a vocalist, composer and recording artist of meditation and sound healing music CDs and offers live music restoratives, private sound healing for hospice home care as well as Sacred Sound of Yoga teacher trainings.
Linda services Buncombe, Yancy and Madison counties. For private sound healing sessions, yoga classes, voice coaching and instrumentation for end of life, contact Linda at 828-776-3786 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Gregory Lathrop is a licensed Registered Nurse with over three decades of experience in acute care, critical care, emergency care and hospice care among other fields. In his private practice as a Dying Care Specialist and Educator he specializes in end-of-life care with a holistic approach, honoring the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual domain of wellbeing. He has witnessed how willingness to consciously engage with dying empowers our potential for living well. Greg has also studied traditional indigenous medicine for over thirteen years with his late teacher Will Rockingbear.
He is the creator and facilitator of the Dying to Live retreat occurring August 2019 in the beautiful mountains of North Carolina, inviting End of Life Doulas, Caregivers, and anyone interested in empowering their life through developing a relationship with death. You can reach Gregory at email@example.com or (828) 775-2204.
Nora is an experienced end of life caregiver and Sacred Passage Doula, certified through the Conscious Dying Institute. She brings compassionate, authentic, stable presence to accompany individuals and families as they navigate end of life issues. She serves as a practical guide, as well as an emotional and spiritual support throughout the dying process.
Her background includes a BS in nursing, 10 years combined working as a board-certified hospice and mental health RN, and direct support staff for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Nora’s services may include: physical support and care, respite care or longer term care, emotional, spiritual, and practical support before, during and after death.
Nora lives in Asheville on a small, multigenerational family homestead with her two children, mom and brother. Contact her at (828) 273-8931 or noraL.firstname.lastname@example.org
Maggie has 45 years of combined RN experience with 13 years being a Hospice RN Specialist. She is a Certified Sacred Passage Doula for the dying and also a Certified Conscious Aging Facilitator. She has extensive experience with After Death care and Grief Counseling. With her background as a Hospice RN Specialist, she believes most people prefer to die at home surrounded by family members, close friends and caregivers. She’s seen patients at the end of their lives deprived of human touch, isolated in fear, waiting to die, without an understanding of this sacred transition between life and death.
Maggie believes it is possible to have a peaceful, beautiful life and death with healing and coaching for her patients, their families and their caregivers with her expert guidance.
Maggie can be reached at 828-280-3801 or email@example.com
Please view her website for further info.
Trish Rux is a Registered Nurse with certification in Hospice and Palliative Care.
Trish offers a background rich in study of death and dying and experience at the bedside of hundreds of dying people. She understands the physiological changes that occur and recognizes the comfort needs of each individual. Offering guided imagery, Healing Touch, relaxation breathing and recommendations for medical interventions, her caring presence and support are available in a holistic manner to the client and family.
She will assist you in defining your wishes and offers care before, during and after death. Services may include practical planning, vigil, care for the body after death and bereavement care.
Most importantly, Trish sees working with the dying as a sacred calling.
Trish can be reached at 828-734-0882 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Misa brings her genuine nature, intuitive and calming presence, healing energy, and 16 years experience as an occupational therapist to her work as an end of life doula.
Misa is certified as a Sacred Passage Doula with the Conscious Dying Institute. She supports individuals wanting to explore meaning at end of life through conversation, consulting and coaching. She is a Comfort Touch massage practitioner providing gentle acupressure specifically designed for deep relaxation. Misa is an Earth Medicine practitioner and can co-create rituals, ceremonies, and altars for individuals and families who find value, comfort and meaning in these practices. She is also a Storyteller and practitioner of daily Pockitudes™ to embrace grit, grace and growth at all phases of life.
Misa is based out of Asheville, NC and serves individuals and families remotely and in person.