Hosted by Healing Circles Langley on Whidbey Island:
We invite you to join us for this 35 minute performance piece which provides insight into one woman’s encounter with cancer (the big C), and addresses these questions:
We all know we are going to die. But do we really believe it?
Could a sudden brush with mortality bring us closer to life and love?
Part education, part touching inspiration, part comedy.
The performance is followed by a Q & A with the audience.
Hosted by Katheryn Trenshaw, international artist, teacher, and creative catalyst/consultant who offers training and facilitation in movement, art and personal development particularly focused on awakening as embodied consciousness. She conducts educational events, workshops, multimedia project and undertakes consulting for individuals, groups and organisations in the United States, Europe and around the world.
Free event, donations gratefully accepted.
What people say:
“I laughed and cried and learned so much. I caught a glimpse from the inside of the ‘living well with cancer’ life. This is a must see for everyone.”
-Peter Scott-Choir Director
“Helpful to understand better anyone who’s dealing with cancer. Truthful and celebratory of life in the midst of challenges.”
-Agata krajewska, Theatre of Awakening director
"As confronting the taboo of death becomes increasingly necessary at both macro and micro levels -- from being in the 6th mass extinction to 1 in 2 of us getting cancer -- we are seeing the rise of death cafes and books on conscious dying. Katheryn Trenshaw's witty, provocative and moving piece contributes to this growing dialogue 'Dying to Live... by the Numbers' speaks to the zeitgeist of our time."
-Kanada Elizabeth Gorla, leadership & transformational change coach