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Peaceful Exits and Recovering Well After Loss with Libby Moloney

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27th June 2024

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In this episode, we're peeling back the layers of holistic death care with Libby Moloney, a pioneer in sustainable and meaningful funeral practices. We explore what it means to handle death not just with professionalism, but with heart and innovation.

Libby shares her journey into holistic funeral care, emphasizing the importance of viewing each life (and death) in its unique context. From the tragic suddenness of accidents to the natural conclusion of a long life, she explains how Natural Grace helps families navigate these diverse experiences with empathy and personalisation. Our discussion isn't just about the mechanics of funeral care but about its profound emotional and spiritual dimensions.

Remember; You may not be ready to die, but at least you can be prepared. 

Take care, 


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Libby Moloney

Founder and Managing Director of Natural Grace

Founder and Managing Director of Natural Grace, Libby Moloney’s role is to nurture and develop her team and business as they strive to provide authentic, sustainable and beautiful funeral care to the community. As holistic funeral caregivers, Libby and her team will gently and respectfully walk alongside you on this important journey. Their goal is to ensure you have all the information you need to make empowered decisions and ultimately experience a meaningful and beautiful day to honour your family member or friend.

Libby is Vice-Chair on the Board of the Holistic End of Life & Death Care Australia (HELD) and Founder and Managing Director of The Willow Tree Foundation.


Key points covered include:

  • The significance of holding space for grief and how it transforms the experience of death for families.
  • An insightful exploration of holistic funeral practices that honour the life and values of the deceased.
  • The impact of cultural sensitivity and personalisation in funeral care, making it a deeply personal and healing process.


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Libby: A woman fell from the height
of the square all the way down the

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stairs and cracked her head and
was totally unconscious at my feet.

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In that moment, the screaming started
and the people and the worried

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and her husband was in the toilet
still up on the square and mayhem.

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And she was non ... Read More



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