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Grief Gathering

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Event description

There is an intimate bond between grief and gratitude. 

And grief is about so much more than death.

Grief comes up with death, but also in

  • Life transitions like a new job, having a baby, menopause
  • Changes or endings in relationships
  • Shifts in identity, health and/or sense of home or safety 
  • And so many other situations…

All change brings loss. And where there is loss, there is grief.

“There is some strange intimacy between grief and aliveness, some sacred exchange between what seems unbearable and what is most exquisitely alive.” 

- Francis Weller, The Wild Edge of Sorrow

Grief can open your heart if you let it in. It has the potential to be your greatest teacher and to invite a deeper joy than you could have experienced otherwise. But it’s not possible to heal your grief alone. 

“Healing is an act of communion.” - bell hooks

Join us to transform grief into a force that allows you to live and love more deeply. You’ll embark on a journey where we will be:

  • Sharing and witnessing each other's stories
  • Exploring our relationship to our losses 
  • Connecting in creative and meaningful ways with others who are also navigating grief
  • Learning tools to support you in working with grief

Come as you are. We honor you wherever you’re at. This weight is not yours to carry alone. 


This weekend will support you in digesting your grief to gain the nourishment that it has to offer. Our intention for this gathering is to bring hope and renewal.

Grief is the compost from which joy grows.

If you have any questions, please email Kimberly at

Schedule and flow:

We will gather from Oct 13-15.


Arrive anytime after 3pm

3-5: Arrive & settle

5:30/6: Dinner

7:30-8:30: Opening circle

    8:30-9:30/10: Journey dance with Arielle Wortzel


    8:30-9:45: Yoga, breath work & meditation with Kimberly Kubicke

    9:45-11:15: Brunch

    11:30-1:30: Session 1: Sharing our grief stories with Randi Cutler-Hall

    1:30-2:30: Lunch

    3-5: Session 2: Exploring our relationship to what we’ve lost & letters with Randi Cutler-Hall

    5:30-730: Dinner 

    8-11: Fire ceremony & song circle with Kati Shea


    8-10: Ecstatic dance & sound healing with Nah Mean?

    10-11: Brunch

    12-3: Session 3: How have you been changed by your grief & how do you want to move forward in a way that aligns with your values with Randi Cutler-Hall

    3: Light meal & creativity time

    4: Closing circle


    You are welcome to camp on the property in your tent, car or camper.

    You are also welcome to sleep on the floor in one of the heated buildings. Please bring a sleeping mat and bedding.

    There is an outdoor shower on site that you are welcome to use. Please bring toiletries and a towel.

    Please be aware that Stonehedge is nestled amidst the beautiful and wild outdoors. There are all kinds of critters roaming the property, including ticks. Please prepare for that and check yourself at least once daily. 

    We will be meeting indoors and outdoors (weather permitting). Please bring your own seat and anything else you need to feel comfortable. Check the weather to be sure you prepare accordingly. The mountains can be especially cool at night.


    Nourishing, wholesome, vegan and gluten free food will be provided.

    Please bring your own blissware (bowl, spoon, fork, knife), a water bottle (we’ll have drinking water on site), a mug for tea and any snacks you would like to share.

    Substance Free

    To make the most of our time together and to hold the sacred container we will be creating, we ask that you remain sober and fully present for the duration of this event. You gotta feel it to heal it.


    There are no refunds. You are welcome to sell your ticket to someone else if you can't make it. 

    Health & Safety Guidelines

    The Grief Gathering will follow public health guidelines. We recommend that you take the following precautions:

    • Wash your hands frequently with soap and water or with hand sanitizer.
    • Do not attend if you have symptoms of illness.
    • Do not attend if you are testing positive for Covid. Follow current CDC guidelines if you have been in contact or have recently tested for Covid in the last 10 days. 

    Thank you for respecting the community and keeping everyone safe. 

    Limited Capacity

    This event will be capped at 30 participants to ensure an intimate vibe and that there is enough space indoors for everyone. It is likely to sell out. If you're feeling called, please secure your spot.

    By purchasing a ticket, you agree to all terms and conditions mentioned in this description.

    No Dogs

    There are no dogs allowed at the event. 

    Your Hosts

    Hi, I'm Randi. I am based in Philadelphia and I live for getting real with people, honoring our important life experiences, and aligning ourselves with what we are meant to do on this planet.

    In my work as a Marriage and Family Therapist, Grief Support Specialist, and Retreat & Workshop Facilitator, I believe in honoring endings and transitions intentionally. I aim to help people learn how to do this through building relationships with themselves and others from the ground up and from the inside out, in a way that provides them with an effective system for working through life's challenges. I like to refer to this as "preventative care for relationships." 

    Currently, I dedicate my life to helping individuals, couples, and groups improve the foundations of their most important relationships. I do this through providing therapy sessions for individuals and couples, and a variety of grief support services including Grief Trainings for Helping Professionals, Seasonal Grief Support Circles, Personalized Intentional ending ceremonies and memorials, 12 week Grief Group Programs, Retreats. I also have an Authentic Relating program for Couples Connection, and I am developing a Premarital Preparation Program. I have found that the IFS Model and Authentic Relating Practices are incredibly profound and powerful tools for connection and healing, and much of my work is infused with these approaches.

    Hello there, I’m Kimberly. I help folks harness their potential to thrive using the oldest system of healing in the world - Ayurveda. I have been studying and practicing Ayurveda (a sister science of yoga and the traditional medicine of India) ever since it revolutionized my own health over 20 years ago. 

    Ayurveda takes a natural and holistic approach and recognizes the interconnectedness of body, mind and spirit. In Ayurveda everything we experience must be digested (food, emotions, experiences) in order to thrive. My intention with this gathering is to invite health and healing to all of these dimensions of life. 

    I'm also a certified yoga teacher and have studied breath work and meditation extensively. I’ll be teaching a yoga, breath work and meditation class on Saturday morning to support your body and mind in moving through grief. I will be helping to facilitate the opening and closing circles as well as some of the grief sessions and fire ceremony. 

    I’ve created a seasonal Ayurvedic menu of wholesome foods specifically designed to support folks moving through grief. And don't worry, it's not all Indian food : )

    Prior to Ayurveda, I worked in social services as a crisis line worker, a case manager for folks experiencing homelessness and/or fleeing domestic violence and as a residential counselor in group homes with adults who had severe, persistent mental illness.

    The loss of my dad has been a big inspiration for wanting to create this space. Our culture lacks spaces that can hold grief and help us digest it. We can't move through it alone. 

    I have studied grief work with Josh Fox of and Siobhan Asgharzadeh of

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