Marggie Hatala is passionate about the life within us, our eternal selves. Using her years of work with those at the end of their lives in our world, she has learned firsthand the need for and closure as people prepare to transition to the next reality. Marggie is a Hospice RN, a Reiki Master (an ancient Japanese hands on healing technique), and Holistic Healer Practitioner who long ago learned to use a wide variety of tools in her own life to promote peace and contentment. As she developed this awareness, she realized she was viewing our world very differently from our cultural outer focus. Marggie now dedicates her life to assisting others to develop and deepen this journey in their lives.
Marggie is the author of Sally: A Memoir and leads Reflective Writing Workshops,as well as working with those facing terminal illness as an End of Life Doula. She offers her depth of experience and knowledge in Doulagivers of Door County, acting as a Certified Trainer for Doulagivers End of Life Training Program. In every capacity, Marggie guides those she mentors towards a deeply peaceful inner relationship, while training them in solid fundamentals of caring for those facing the end of their lives.
In addition to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Marggie uses her many years of study within Integrative and Holistic Healthcare to provide her readers and clients with a firm, scientific basis from which to make life-style choices. In Marggie’s leisure time, she is passionate about fiber arts, always knitting and quilting as her connection to the creative within her. Marggie lives in Door County, Wisconsin with her husband, Bob, and enjoys wonderful family time with her children and grandchildren.