REBOZO, INDIGENOUS BIRTH TECHNOLOGIES WORKSHOPS
Join us as we gain a complete system of knowledge and real uses of the rebozo and Mexican birth practices that will allow you to integrate and have a genuine understanding of these ancestral traditions, without appropriating and disrespecting the culture and the keepers of these traditions. At the same time it will help you to support people during pregnancy and during different stages of their lives.
THIS A 2 DAY SHARING OPEN TO ALL, BUT WE WILL BE CENTERING BIPOC COMMUNITIES
*Day 1. MX Birth practices + Humanized birth
This day I will share about birth practices, focusing into the mexican traditions to help developing the doula/birth worker skills, we will learn how to to recognize situations that lead to the pregnant people to have emotional and mental blockages, insecurities and imbalances during pregnancy, labor and postpartum. I will be teaching about herbs, baños, food and other traditional practices to help with this imbalances.
*Day 2. The rebozo
We will cover the rebozo history, evolution, energy and real meaning. Focusing in the traditional uses of the rebozo during pregnancy, and how to integrate this element within our practices without appropriating the element and honoring the indigenous communities.
Housekeeping: This Class will be theory and hands-on practice, please bring yoga mat and comfy clothes.
*Authentic Mexican rebozos available for purchase.*
To save your space
1. Sent your payment
- Early Bird: $240 1 month prior the event
- Regular: $300
If you can’t commit t 2 days you can attend one day only
Early Bird: $200 1 month prior the event / Regular: $250
You can RSVP sending $70 (to get access to the early bird price you must send your RSVP one month before the event as well)
Down payments of a minimum of $50.00 are accepted.
Es muy importante para mi saber un poco mas de ti, eso me permite crear un taller seguro y personalizado para cada una de las participantes.
REBOZO & MX BIRTH PRACTICES
Doula P’urhepecha, Biochemical Engineer, Activist, Indigenous Birth Technologies Educator, Storyteller and Researcher.
Lucia was born and raised within the P’urhepecha empire in Michoacán, Mexico. She is a respected member of her community and worked with the local government as an advocate and promoter of the rights of artisans from the comunidades originarias. She is now on her path to become a partera tradicional, and to share her knowledge through workshops and through her networks. She spends part of the year in her community in Mexico and the rest in the United States, actively communicating her journey with her teachers, elders and her community in Mexico to create a bridge between the comunidades originarias and the Mexican diaspora.