Judith Haynes is a Doctor of Naturopathy, a Certified Senior Advisor, and a member of the Colorado Center for Hospice and Palliative Care.
“Please Dance at My Funeral: A Celebration of Life” is a product of her desire to bring about an easy-to-read guide that presents end-of-life topics in an informative way. Judith’s message presents the importance of conscious dying while encouraging us to more fully live and honor our lives now.
Judith has devoted nearly 30 years to educating and speaking on ways to empower people regarding their health and their lives. Helping clients to maintain health and wellness naturally includes discussions about loss, and eventual end-of-life, whether pertaining to the client, or to the client’s family members.
Over the years Judith has taught various courses and given lectures about health and motivational topics, including her most recent topic, Keys to Your Empowerment: How to Be In the Driver’s Seat In Your Life! Over 25 years ago she began presenting to hospice nurses the importance of touch for patients, has spoken at women’s conferences on the topic of Empowering Yourself for Better Health, and has given many classes on health topics. She currently offers courses complementing the important issues highlighted in Please Dance at My Funeral.
Judith’s presentations are highly regarded by health care practitioners who praise her insights. She has been a volunteer with Hospice. She created the Colorado branch of a National Organization of Chronic Pain Outreach Support Groups, has served on a board for pastoral counseling, and holds certification from the International Academy of Bio-energetic Practitioners in Bioenergetic Medicine.
Judith is a mother, grandmother, speaker and author who has always questioned, sought truth, and encouraged others to stretch their minds beyond imagined limits.
Judith provides and moderates local open panel discussions by professionals on the topics presented in Please Dance at My Funeral. For more information on classes, or how you can sponsor or participate in a panel discussion please contact her at contact@JudithHaynes.com.
Inspirational Quotes from Inspirational People
“I love dancing. I think it’s better to dance than to march through life.” – Yoko Ono
“The greatest hazard of all . . . losing one’s self, can occur very quietly in the world, as if it were nothing at all. No other loss can occur so quietly; any other loss – an arm, a leg, five dollars, a wife, etc. – is sure to be noticed.” – Sören Kierkegaard
“The power of our beliefs can work in either direction to become life affirming or life denying. Our personal beliefs can overcome the conscious ones held by those we trust, such as doctors and friends. Sometimes all we need is for someone else to remind us that it’s possible.” – Gregg Braden, The Spontaneous Healing of Belief