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Let’s Experience: Moving Forward Mindfully After a Breakup

Hosted by Reimagine

Led by mindfulness coach Amy Brown, this workshop offers strategies to navigate the breakup of a relationship or divorce.

Relationship breakups are all unique, but there can be common shared themes. In this session, we will chat about how to move forward mindfully after a breakup and encourage emotional healing. Throughout the workshop, Amy will weave in meditations and mindfulness tools and invite your questions, comments, and thoughts.

Amy Brown is a meditation teacher and certified mindfulness and life coach specializing in relationships. She works globally with individuals to navigate their breakup or divorce in a respectful, mindful and conscious way, so they can heal and move forward to new healthy relationships with themselves and others. Her background is in psychology, communications, meditation and mindfulness. She has taught and coached in physical and mental wellness for over 20 years.

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About Reimagine and the Series "Honeymoon & Heartbreak: The Life Cycle of Relationships"

Reimagine is a nonprofit organization catalyzing a uniquely powerful community–people of different backgrounds, ages, races, and faiths (and no faith) coming together in the hopes of healing ourselves and the world. We specifically support each other in facing adversity, loss, and mortality and–at our own pace– actively channeling life's biggest challenges into meaningful action and growth.

Romantic and sexual relationships, in all their diversity and complexity, encompass a spectrum of experiences - passionate to contentious, empty to fulfilling, as well as harmful to healthy. If and when these partnerships end, we often see breaking up as a failure. What if we reframe those endings as gateways to self-discovery, rebirth, and transformation?

In this three-part series, speakers include a marriage and family therapist, a breakup coach and entrepreneur, an advocate for divorced fathers, and a world-renowned portrait photographer. With fresh and unconventional perspectives, they will share experiences of grief and loss that developed into pathways for healing, creativity, service, and advocacy.

Topics include the following:

  • How do we navigate grief associated with breakups?
  • How can we use relationship endings as catalysts for emotional and financial empowerment?
  • How do children experience both loss AND resilience after their parents’ divorce?
  • In what ways can mindfulness, spirituality, and creativity assist in setting boundaries, healing relationships, or deciding to end them?
  • What does it mean to truly love one another?
Workshop Meditation


Spirituality Grief Living Fully Teens