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A Path for Reflection: Labyrinth Workshop

October 12 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Lakewood Cemetery
$30 advance / $40 door
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Embark on this journey of self-discovery and communal connection as we explore the depths of the labyrinth together, from creation to contemplation.

During this session, we will guide you in creating and embellishing your own classical three-circuit finger labyrinth. You will have ‘spirit at your fingertips’, encouraging easy access to moments of reflection and intention whenever needed. Following the labyrinth creation, we will gather for a meditation and sharing circle. Finally, immerse yourself in an illuminated walking labyrinth where you can find peace and contemplation amidst the serene grounds of Lakewood.

About MESO

MESO is a grief support organization led by Tida Beattie and Soyeon Davis, both trained end-of-life doulas and grief facilitators. Tida’s family immigrated to the US from Thailand. Soyeon and her family immigrated from South Korea. Through their experiences of being long-distance caregivers to immigrant parents, they noticed a dire lack of culturally aware resources on aging, end-of-life care, death, and grief, as experienced in immigrant families. Too often, deathcare education and services reflect the dominant culture and make no space for cultural safety, representation, or relevance. Tida and Soyeon founded MESO to support caregiving and grief with compassion and a cultural lens. Their practice provides information, increases capacity, and offers personalized support based on the pillars of curiosity, community, and compassion.

Meet the Hosts

Tida Beattie and Soyeon Davis are co-founders of MESO which provides culturally attuned resources to intergenerational immigrant families for loss and grief, focusing on cultural bereavement. Born from their own experiences as daughters of immigrants navigating profound inequities within the U.S. health, death, and grief care systems, Soyeon and TIda create and facilitate innovative, regenerative, wholistic, spaces for all kinds of grief. By reframing grief, they encourage possibility, creativity, and hope.

Soyeon Davis

Tida Beattie

Learn @ Lakewood Series

This event is part of the Learn @ Lakewood series. Lakewood is honored to hold space for education and information specifically related to death, grief, urban nature, and art in this new series. Partnering with professionals from many disciplines, we explore ideas, encourage thought-provoking conversations, and exchange fresh perspectives with our community.


At Lakewood, we want death and grief education to be accessible for all. Therefore, we offer up to 10 scholarships for anyone who wants to attend this event but cannot afford to. We also hold 5 spots for professionals or aspiring professionals in the death and dying field (deathcare, death education, spiritualists, ritualists, and more are encouraged to apply) with priority being given to BIPOC or underrepresented individuals.

Scholarship recipients will be awarded 1 ticket to the event at no cost.

To apply or learn more about the scholarship, please email

Parking and Transportation

Driving Directions

Parking is available on any of the roads inside Lakewood’s gates unless otherwise noted with a no parking sign. Handicap parking will be available near the event. Lakewood does not have an onsite parking lot – it is street parking only. This means you may have to park a short distance away and walk. We strongly encourage carpooling and public transportation.

Bus Directions

Metro Transit lines 6 and 23 stop directly outside of Lakewood’s gates, a short walk to the any of Lakewood’s buildings.

Bike Directions

Please lock bikes at the rack near the main entrance gates and walk to the event. Do not lock bikes to trees or signs, leave bicycles unlocked on the grounds., or leave shared bikes or scooters overnight.


Is there a minimum age requirement to participate?

No, all ages are welcome.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No, printed tickets are not required. We will have a guest list at the door.

What's the refund policy?

Refunds can be issued up to 24 hours before the event starts. Request a refund through Eventbrite or by emailing

What is the rain or inclement weather plan?

In the event of rain, extreme heat, or other inclement weather the event will move indoors into the Welcome Center.

How can I contact the organizer with questions?

We’d love to hear from you! Email us at or call 612-540-5165.

Photography notice: To help us promote Lakewood and our events and offerings, guests may be photographed. By attending, you consent to appear in this documentation and its future use by Lakewood. We do our best to select photos without recognizable faces. If you prefer not to be photographed, please let staff know upon arrival.


Call the Lakewood events line at 612-540-5165 or email

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