COPE’s Labyrinth Dedication Ceremony with Elyce Neuhauser

COPE’s Labyrinth Dedication Ceremony with Elyce Neuhauser


Jun 25 2023


4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

Please join us as we gather together at COPE’s Labyrinth in Eisenhower Park to honor and remember our children, siblings and loved ones who have passed and to support COPE families and the grieving community.

We will begin with a Brick Dedication Ceremony, recognizing all of the families who have added bricks to the COPE Labyrinth in honor of their loved ones in the past 2 years. We will invite families to share their inscriptions. We will then have Elyce Neuhauser guide us in a moving meditation around and through the labyrinth, accompanied by live music with Steve Finkelstein on percussion and Steve Booke on guitar. Participants may bring a special token to place in the labyrinth (a shell, stone, leaf, or any object that represents a sacred personal connection.)

This event is free to attend, or with an optional donation to support COPE families. Reserve your spot on our Eventbrite Page

Date: June 25, 4-5:30 PM

Location: Eisenhower Park, East Meadow, NY

Eisenhower Park, 1899 Hempstead Tpke, East Meadow, NY 11554


About Elyce: Elyce Neuhauser is a breast cancer survivor and creator of Yoga for Breast Cancer Healing, a free online series and manual, produced by the non-profit organization, United We Om. An award-winning writer and master yoga instructor, teacher trainer, meditation coach, and wellness expert for almost twenty years, she has created and edited curriculum and content for teacher trainings, blogs, books, and online platforms. She was a Core Faculty Member of Omega Institute for Holistic Studies for eleven years and is currently a teaching staff member of the Radiance Sutras Meditation Teacher Training. Elyce is an E-RYT 500 and a Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider, which recognizes her as an expert in the field.

Spending much of her time traveling, mostly in a tiny RV, Elyce finds simplicity and abundance through nature and adventure. She continues to teach, guide, and inspire people living with pain and difficulties to amplify their self-care and self-worth so they can thrive with more intimacy, less stress, and greater access to their well-being.


Directions Once in Eisenhower Park

Field 6A Memorial Plaza (Harry Chapin Lakeside Theater). Follow the road around to the right toward the rose garden. ​

After the stop sign – You will see a sign for the Lannin House, Turn right into the parking lot. Tudor style houses will be to your left. The Labyrinth is in front of the larger Tudor across from the rose garden.

Note: There are brick restrooms between the Lannin House and Pool, and there are restrooms at the top of the hill at Lakeside Theatre.


Contact COPE with any questions at, or 516-832-2673