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Fri, Jan 10




Feathers offers a welcoming, non-judgmental space for those who wish to grieve in community, offering dignity, respect and companionship.


When & Where

Jan 10, 2025, 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM

Portland, 7906 N Fessenden St, Portland, OR 97203, USA


I'm Sandra Hunter. I'm a Women's Empowerment Coach supporting anyone identifying as a woman facing race and gender bias in the workplace. I teach somatic stress release, managing the body through stress, and story-healing to enable people to reclaim their narrative, honoring individual experiences and identities.   

The creation of Feathers is in response to the wide range of feedback from women I work with who are experiencing judgment at work and even at home as they're navigating depths of grief and loss.  

In 90-minute sessions, we will hold space for people in grief to be together or sit separately. We offer colored wrist bands so you can choose to be in silence or open to some conversation. Please be welcome to bring a box of tissues, a book, knitting, sewing, quilting, or other crafts that can be done without disturbing others. 

Please silence electronic items before you enter. 

Please respect the preference of someone wearing a silence wrist band. 

Please avoid taking calls. Should you need to answer a call, please leave the space. 

You're requested to be quiet in grief, respecting others who are sharing the space. 

FEATHERS DOES NOT OFFER Therapy, counseling, or group sharing. Guidance or workshops in grief. Open discussions about individual griefs.  

FEATHERS OFFERS: Silent companionship. Dignity and respect. A comfortable place to be. Tea.  

Feathers gets its name from the Max Porter prose poem - "Grief Is The Thing With Feathers"

which gets its name from the Emily DIckinson poem, "Hope Is The Thing With Feathers"

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