Join us as we hear about ritual and observed practices of Japanese and Mexican cultures from 2 end of life doulas from the Pearl Collective.
As part of a series exploring immigrant experiences, we will delve into multicultural rituals and practices with guest speakers Saiko and Lupe of the Pearl Collective.
Saiko Shima is a Japanese End of Life doula and yoga teacher based in Seattle, Washington. Learn more about Saiko at her website: www.endoflifedoula.biz
Lupe Tejada Diaz is an indigenous end of life doula who supports communities of color with holistic and legal aspects of death. Learn more about Lupe at her website: https://douladamnthingtoday.com
Co-host Tida Beattie is a Thai-American eldercare consultant and end of life doula and Soyeon Davis is a Korean-American end of life doula. They unpack immigrant and next gen experiences with health, well being, death and grief.