April 18, 2020
Free Workshop!

How to Heal After Losing A Loved One

HOSTED BY

Jasmine Irons-Anokute

Saturday
12:00 – 1:00pm

IF YOU LOST A LOVED ONE, AND NOW YOU’RE STUCK IN A VICIOUS GRIEF CYCLE, THEN THIS WORKSHOP IS FOR YOU.

One of the hardest things we have to go through in life is losing a loved one, but there is a way to reawaken your heart. Come join us and get clear on how grief affects us after losing a loved one, what healing is, and why it’s important to heal. This workshop will also include meditations and exercises that will help you remember who you are and open up your heart center a little more.

About Jasmine Irons-Anokute

Hi! My name is Jasmine. I'm Reiki practitioner, certified sound and intuitive energy healer and Mesayoq Shaman and I absolutely love the work I do!

I’m a Jersey Girl, turned Cali native, and I was a TV story producer for 10 years. But after losing my son in 2018, I found my true calling to help heal others. I miscarried him almost four months into my pregnancy and it was heartbreaking. Having been through depression in 2012 after losing my eldest sister, I was determined not to suffer this time.

I wanted to work through the trauma authentically, but not get stuck in it. It took some time, but I saw that the duality in life was helping me to become whole. Through a lot of introspective work and determination to heal, I found courage and my calling to heal others.

My son helped my soul evolve and I was able to walk in a different path that felt so natural to me. I found me and I want to help do the same for you. I want to help release any stuck energy that’s stopping you from moving forward. So please, if you’re ready to heal, I’m here to help.

Learn More: heartcentered.energy

WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU!

Please arrive 15 minutes early and bring your own reusable water bottle as water is provided. Come with comfortable clothing.

We recommend ride sharing, but there is also street parking available on Lincoln Blvd, Nowita Pl, Palms Blvd, Superba Ave, and other neighborhood streets.