Grief has no timeline, be kind to yourself.

This transformative course will help you navigate the complex emotions that come with loss and change. Grief is an inevitable part of the human experience, and it can be a challenging journey to navigate alone. That's why we created this course with the guidance of Yasemin Isler, a seasoned and certified mindfulness and compassion teacher, scholar and mentor who will help you embrace and be with your grief.

"Welcome yourself fully to this space of vulnerability and courage. After all, we are dipping our toes into the ocean of grief."

Yasemin will guide you throughout this process and help you embrace yourself fully, exactly as you are. You'll also learn how to turn towards grief and suffering with kind awareness and develop the necessary tools to be present with your grief.

This course is for you if you:

  • Are dealing with feelings of guilt following a loss
  • Want to process loss and rediscover your joy
  • Are ready to expand into grief and deepen your mindfulness practice
  • Want to learn how to develop deeper self-compassion

By enrolling, you’ll gain knowledge about how to:

  • Embrace yourself as you are
  • Turn towards grief and process your emotions
  • Allow your feelings with mindful self-compassion
  • Find gratitude for everyday gifts

This self-paced online course includes:

  • 5 modules including over 40 short videos and audio practices
  • Multiple video sessions to walk you through concepts and practices
  • Downloadable audio practices, including reminders to keep yourself on the right track
  • Lifetime access so you can return to these practices again and again

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About the Teacher

Yasemin Isler is a certified mindfulness teacher and mentor, writer, grief educator and guide. Founder of Grief Circles – Center for Mindfulness, Compassion and Grief, Yasemin offers support founded on her MCCG curriculum for living with illness, caregiving, bereavement, aging, grief and loss. Yasemin is a certified end-of-life doula professional, certified integrative thanatologist and hospice volunteer. She is a senior teacher in various organizations, and faculty in mindfulness studies, and continues pursuing human development and learning. Her motto is Mindful and Compassionate Resilience for everybody and across the life span. She has been practicing mindfulness for 40+ years. You can learn about her credentials and work at and

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