If you only had three months left to live...

This class is a combination of what I have learned from my experience as a hospice nurse and an end-of-life doula. I have had the honor of witnessing many last breaths, and providing comfort and care to those who are dying. From this experience, I have created a unique practicum for you, that I think could change how you live the rest of your life.

This is a seven week class. Each week we will discuss what would be most important to you at the end of your life; what comforting care you will want and need, what you can and can't live without, and what priorities, wishes and dreams you would focus on if you only had three months left to live. 

My intention for this course is to offer you the opportunity to go deeper within than you might be used to, in a gentle and beautiful way. By choreographing your last three months of life, my hope is that you become more aware of how you live your life currently. I will encourage and support you as you resolve any issues that might be weighing heavy, let go of things that no longer serve purpose, and focus on relationships that are strong and healthy so that the rest of your life is spent filled with positive and joyful energy.

If you are in end-of-life care, I will hand over tools that will help you feel more confident at the bedside. But whether or not this is your field currently, my hope is that you will leave my class with a deeper desire to live a fuller and more robust life.

Each exercise has been designed to tap into all of your feels and elicit responses that might pleasantly surprise you and leave you wanting more. Some weeks won't be easy, but I promise to support and encourage you every step of the way. 

If you are interested in becoming an end-of-life doula or want to work in hospice, this class will be a great first step for you.

If you are currently caring for someone who is nearing the end of their life, this class will be very helpful for you.

If you are simply looking forward to having deep conversations with people from different walks of life and want to be reminded of the magic and wonder of it all … this is the class for you.

The cost for this course is $325.00 (US dollars). 

Payment can be made via VENMO or PayPal

Please note that payment is non-refundable, however if you need to cancel a class I will allow you to apply it to something else. 

Please email me if you want to join the class.

Registration is now open for the next course 

Wednesday night classes begin August 25th -October 6th 6pm-7pm PT

Saturday morning classes begin August 28th - October 9th 9am-10am PT

This class is once a week, you can choose which day/time works best for you. 


 Reviews from those who have taken my class...

"I cannot thank Gabby enough for the time and effort she put into making this class so unique and beautiful. I would take it again."

"Because of this class I have a new appreciation for my own life and how I live it. Gabby takes you on a journey of your own death, which helps you to see what you want and need; these are things I never thought of before."

"I have to admit, I was very surprised by how this class made me think and feel about life and death, and about how I want to be treated and cared for when I die. I am currently caring for my dying mother and I feel more prepared to do what it takes to be fully present for her."

"I love the way she teaches. I felt like she really cared about each of us individually. She listened to what we said and made us feel heard. I definitely want to become an end-of-life doula and feel like I am already on that path because of this class. I would recommend it highly."

"This class really has changed my life and it has become one of my most favorite things I’ve ever done for myself."

"Gabby is a wonderful teacher, she puts her heart into every assignment, making each week powerful and informative. She is very generous with sharing the things she has learned and is constantly inspiring us to believe in ourselves."

"I have learned so much about myself from taking this course. I know now that I want to sit at the bedside with people who are dying."