- Organizer: Charlene Wolff
- Date: May 16th- May 17th
- Start Time: May 16th: 9am May 17th 1pm
- Event Length: 2 days
- Location: Thursday May 16th: 9am at Mt Erskin and Friday May 17th 1pm at Blackburn Nature Reserve
- Expires: 26 days, 18 hours
Charlene Wolff has a mission to confront grief with those across Canada, give reverence to people’s past, and help them move forward into a new future that they love. She will be walking and riding trains across Canada doing readings from her book “Walking Away From a Life I Love”. Charlene will be doing “pop-up” walks with people that are interested in being a part of redefining the process of grief through storytelling of memories and listening to those who also have stories to tell.
After losing her husband she strapped on running shoes and started walking through her grief on the Camino in Spain. Likewise, working through it by writing the book “Walking Away From a Life I Love.
She started walking on May 1st walking across the country and will be walking through Salt Spring as it was the place that she received the phone call that her husband died.
Charlene Wolff is a Life Coach who uses The Walking Way Coaching program. Leading people through a process of walking, writing and talking to step into a new life after their life has taken a dramatic shift. http://www.charlenewolff.com
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