Rebozo class

The rebozo is a warm Mexican hug. The loom, the fabric, the colored threads are the manifestation of the soul of the prehispanic world. The rebozos are a mosaic of feelings, drawings, affection, deep breaths in colorful threads. The rebozo is to be worn with pride and dignity.

Get involved with a new way of using and approaching the rebozo and make valuable connections. 

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Rebozo 2019


The Rebozo class

• Building community
• Share expectations and experience with the Rebozo
• Lucia’s Story and the story of her grandmother
• Stories from the indigenous community –
The Purhepechas
• The Pre-conquest story of the rebozo
• Evolution of the rebozo
• Daily situational uses of the rebozo in Latino America
• Types of rebozos, artisan time spent on the weaving, techniques & authenticity
• Cultural appropriation
• The energy & symbolism behind the rebozo
• Self-care and client-uses of the rebozo: physical and mental
• Use during Pregnancy: stretches & exercise
• Creation of sanctuary spaces
• Coping with early contractions
• Pressure and counter-pressure techniques
• Manteadas
• Use during labor: to release tension, as support & with your partner
• When not to use it
• Use during postpartum and beyond
• Closing the body: cerrada de Caderas
• Postpartum self-care
• Care for your baby
• Conclusion: Questions, concerns, and continuing your rebozo journey

Rebozos & Humanized birth care (2-3 days)

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Empowering Communities through ancestral techniques.
The rebozo is a Mexican garment used as an identity cloak that holds power & empowers people, the rebozo has been used since before the conquest by the native communities of Mexico. This element is made on an artisanal back strap loom, taking anywhere from 3 weeks to a year in its elaboration—depending on the quality, complexity and length.
The rebozo is a symbol of resistance, resilience and power of the original towns in America, the Rebozo can help you during different stages of your life, there are many ways you can learn about it, but if you want to do it correctly look for an indigenous teacher or someone whose lineage is directly connected to the artisans and teachers who have suffered and they are still struggling to preserve this element.
With the rebozo we can help to develop a sense of safety, privacy, and support, but maybe we may not need for any type of extra intervention, medical or traditional, one should only ‘get involved’ when there were clear signs that help was needed.

Upcoming Classes

nort carolina

SEPT 7-8. 2019

Milwaukee, Wi

SEPT 21-22




OCT- 25-28

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