“Planning for our death is a powerful way to understand what choices to make in life,” - Alua Arthur, Black Death Doula
By guiding people to define their vision of their death, Alua nurtures her clients’ innate strengths and vulnerabilities so they may gain insight into how they want to live, love and be remembered. A healer to the core, Alua offers a joyful peek into ways we might embrace the quirkiness and wonder of our own unique place in the world.
This is her 2019 talk at EndWell. Follow Going with Grace on YouTube
The Death Positive Movement
End Well is like the super Bowl of the end of life arena. Imagine a day of diverse speakers sharing how they are creating change and innovation around how we live and die. What a treat. This past year I got lucky enough to get to grace the stage and share my story of coming into death work from a career in public interest law, and sprinkle it with a few nuggets of what I learned about how I can live more authentically using my death as the framework through which to view my life . It was fun, exciting, and I had some guacamole during lunch, so basically it was my own personal Super Bowl. With fly earrings.
End Well & Death Doula Training
This year End Well is coming to LA! Alua will be speaking again. If you'd like to attend visit the End Well Symposium: https://www.endwellproject.org/
For death doula training, or end of life services, visit Alua at Goingwithgrace.com