Upcoming Reimagine Experiences

Remembering Our Mothers: A Writing Practice

Hosted by MESO
Remembering Our Mothers: A Writing Practice

Sunday, May 09

10:00am-11:15am PDT

This is a digital event. You should receive information in your ticket or from the host about how to join online.

Free
For this Mothers Day weekend, MESO and guest, Dr. Lisa Chu, SoulBodyMind Life Coach, will provide time, a space, and a writing practice to explore our connections with our moms and ourselves.

We will engage in a short, timed writing exercise that is designed to spark spontaneity and reveal ideas and thoughts from a place other than the logical thinking mind. As we do this in community, we will inspire each other and share our experiences in small groups.

Please bring something to write with (a fast-writing pen) and a notebook or loose leaf paper.

BIOS:

MESO supports immigrants and the next generation to reorient their center, reframing awareness at the intersection of heritage, wellness, death and grief in the pursuit of whole living and peaceful dying.

As co-founders of MESO, Tida Beattie and Soyeon Davis are wholistic end of life doulas and community educators.

On the Reimagine platform, MESO has presented "How To Talk To Your Parents About Death", "Grief Through An Immigrant Lens", "Multicultural Immigrant Experiences with End of Life", "Your Dreams, My Dreams", and "Go Back To Your Country."


Lisa Chu, M.D., is a SoulBodyMind life coach and multidisciplinary artist. As a coach, Lisa supports adults in healing, transformation, and cultivating greater self-acceptance through mindful creative practice. She enjoys encouraging people of all ages to recognize and explore their own creative potential, which Lisa herself has explored through research and practice at the intersection of expressive arts and healing for the past decade, and performing arts and teaching for the past three decades. Her life coaching interests have included physician burnout, soul recovery for adult children of immigrant parents, reconnection with nature, and the role of improvisational, embodied creative process in the healing of intergenerational trauma. As an artist, Lisa has written and performed a solo autobiographical theater show, self-published several illustrated books, and exhibited her visual art in both solo and group shows. As a SoulBodyMind life coach, Lisa offers workshops, retreats, one-on-one sessions, and online classes to share her offerings with others. Lisa has an A.B. magna cum laude in Biochemical Sciences from Harvard-Radcliffe Colleges and an M.D. from University of Michigan Medical School. Her website is http://themusicwithinus.com.


Type:

Talk, Panel, & Conversation Writing & Literature Celebration & Remembrance

Track:

Wellness Grief Living Fully Older Adults