Increase Demand for Embalming with this Positive Impact Session
Restorative Art begins from the moment we lay eyes on our cases to the moment we send them to their final disposition. We are taught in school that embalming consists of disinfection, preservation, and restoration when we really should think disinfection + preservation= restoration. Today’s consumer expectations are far different than they were just one generation ago. The consumer’s version of “presentation” now expands into a multi-sense experience rather than simply how a person appears in a casket
- Restore sessions are 90 minutes long and can be scheduled as soon as 2 weeks in advance to give us time to prepare for your unique discussion.
- You will need to provide the details, questions, topics, and any materials you wish to focus on to us 7-10 days before your scheduled session.
- Sessions are always investigative, interrogative, diagnostic, and informative. The more information you can provide about your situation the better the results of the session will be.
- Sessions include a post-discussion written summary with next-step recommendations, 7 days of unlimited email follow-up for any last-minute questions, thoughts, or ideas, and any resources, materials, or documents that may be relevant to your project.
Sample Restore Session Topics :
- Remember in school when we had to learn the Color Wheel? Did you wonder why? Learn the value of color theory in your prep room and chapel.
- Thinking of expanding your cosmetic choices to different brands in and outside of mortuary offerings? Let’s weigh the pros and cons of each and how to implement them into your practice.
- Want to sharpen your skills for everyday restorative art such as feature setting and tissue building? Get a refresher on classical proportions and physiognomy.
- Tired of the classic funeral home lighting scheme? Let’s work together to come up with something new for your funeral home that is more modern and sustainable.
- In addition to the classical presentation, expand on some different ideas to add meaning to a funeral that brings “restorative art” to the senses outside of just sight
- How are your embalming fluids meeting your restorative art preferences? Thinking of branching out? We know that embalming and restorative art are deeply intertwined so let’s examine how different chemicals can represent your decedents the way you want them to.
- Interested in presentation without preservation for family viewings? Learn how to follow the philosophy of embalming without the use of chemicals.