Sadie Beyl is a professional architect who ran a small practice in Cape Town with her architect husband, Paul Beyl. After Paul died in a motorcycle accident in 2019, Sadie camped out in her friend’s spare room for several months while she tried to piece her life together after the tragic, sudden death of her husband. She then made some dramatic decisions, she sold her car, packed a suitcase and moved to Italy.
She is now on a mission to help people with grief awareness. With over two and a half decades of experience, Sadie is a masterful guide in the realms of meditation, mindfulness, Reiki, breathwork, and an array of spiritual practices. Her profound insights serve to guide individuals as they navigate the overwhelming emotions of grief, to find their path to healing and renewal with her personalised “10 Week Transformation Course”.
Sadie is the esteemed host of the renowned summits, including “From Mourning to Light“ and she is currently in the exciting stages of crafting her fourth summit, co-hosted with Emily Thiroux Threatt in association with the “Grief and Happiness Alliance”, set to premiere on Wednesday, January 17, 2024.
What people are saying about Sadie’s online event,
From Mourning to Light:
I am so proud of you. The series looks amazing and is super professional. I am grateful that you included me.
I’ve watched all 6 interviews so far. I want you to know that I think you’re an excellent interviewer!
Hope you are enjoying the Summit. Thank you for hosting this wonderful program!
Reid Peterson, MA
Grief Refuge, LLC
I am so grateful for all of the speakers that you presented and sharing your own story. My husband of 44 years passed away Oct 29,2021 and some days I still feel like I wonder if I can go on and live again. Thank you from the bottom of my heart !
Sadie has a Facebook Page by the same name: How to Let the Light in When You’re Grieving
and a Facebook group called: Grief – From Mourning to Light.
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