The Austin Center for Grief & Loss - 365 Things to Do in Austin, TX
Loading Events

← Back to Events

The Austin Center for Grief & Loss

+ Google Map
2413 Greenlawn Pkwy.
Austin, TX 78757 United States
512.472.7878 www.austingrief.org

Events List Navigation

March 2019

Yoga for Grief and Loss Therapy Group – Spring Series

March 29 @ 10:00 am - May 3 @ 11:30 am
|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00am on Friday, repeating until May 3, 2019

The Austin Center for Grief & Loss, 2413 Greenlawn Pkwy.
Austin, TX 78757 United States
+ Google Map
$.7878 – $512.472

It's not only the mind that needs to grieve, it's the body as well. Yoga integrates body, mind, and spirit. Grief, our natural response to loss, creates tension not only in the mind, but in the nervous system and the muscles that hold us. This gentle, restorative, and trauma-informed yoga class offers the space for letting go of tension in the body, and in turn, creating greater ease within the mind. Feel a sense of community without having to speak…

Find out more »

June 2019

Camp Red Bird

June 10 @ 9:00 am - June 14 @ 3:00 pm
The Austin Center for Grief & Loss, 2413 Greenlawn Pkwy.
Austin, TX 78757 United States
+ Google Map
$75 – $200

The Austin Center for Grief & Loss is hosting the only camp of its kind in Austin. Camp Red Bird is a bereavement summer day camp for children ages 6-12 that have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or primary caregiver. It is a safe place where kids can laugh, cry, play, create, remember the person who died, learn that it is okay to grieve, and to understand that they are not alone. It is a place where they…

Find out more »

August 2019

Camp Red Bird

August 5 @ 9:00 am - August 9 @ 3:00 pm
The Austin Center for Grief & Loss, 2413 Greenlawn Pkwy.
Austin, TX 78757 United States
+ Google Map
$75 – $200

The Austin Center for Grief & Loss is hosting the only camp of its kind in Austin. Camp Red Bird is a bereavement summer day camp for children ages 6-12 that have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or primary caregiver. It is a safe place where kids can laugh, cry, play, create, remember the person who died, learn that it is okay to grieve, and to understand that they are not alone. It is a place where they…

Find out more »
+ Export Events