(Scholarship rate is $30 a year)
*Complimentary access to monthly webinars on topics relating to birth, breath, and death. These webinars often include interviews with professionals involved in the work of self care, mindful living, and birthing/dying.
Examples of past webinar titles include:
Holding space for grief in an age of climate change
Mindful Speech in Times of Conflict
Understanding Birth and Death in the World’s Religions
Making Meaning of Infertility
Planning your vigil
How to nurture a meditation practice?
Reflections on miscarriage, stillbirth, and infant loss
How does social media impact our understanding of birth?
*Access to a Facebook member-only group wherein conversations between care givers, teachers, and birth/death professionals yield meaningful and important connections. Access the Institute’s main Facebook page here.
*Significant discounts off of Institute workshops/trainings. For example, members pay $150 (instead of $300) for access to the Loving, Dying, and Letting Go online workshop based upon Amy Wright Glenn’s second book: Holding Space: On Loving, Dying, and Letting Go.
*Fifty percent off of a single phone or Skype consultation with Institute founder Amy Wright Glenn. This session can be dedicated to nurturing a member’s meditation practice, focused upon grief work, or spiritual/vocational discernment
Amy Wright Glenn earned her MA in Religion and Education from Teachers College, Columbia University. She taught for eleven years in The Religion and Philosophy Department at The Lawrenceville School in New Jersey earning the Dunbar Abston Jr. Chair for Teaching Excellence. Amy is a Kripalu Yoga teacher, (CD)DONA birth doula, hospital chaplain, Birthing Mama® Prenatal Yoga and Wellness Teacher Trainer and a regular contributor to PhillyVoice wherein she writes on mindfulness, spirituality, parenting, ethics, birthing, and dying.
Amy is the founder of the Institute for the Study of Birth, Breath, and Death and the author of Birth, Breath, and Death: Meditations on Motherhood, Chaplaincy, and Life as a Doula and Holding Space: On Loving, Dying, and Letting Go.