This course is accredited by IPHM, and offers up to 7 hours CPD credit upon completion.
This intensive one day training course will cover theoretical points including the history and cultural context of rebozo use, current research into the technique, anatomy, pathology and physiological effects of this and closing the bones on the body. We will also discuss the current professional practice guidelines, insurance and regulations relating to this practice and pregnancy care in general.
The practical element of the day will cover sifting the hips, belly rocking and binding, traditional sacral abdominal massage and closing the bones, appropriate massage oil blends for the practice, shaking the apples, sifting, hip squeeze and belly lifts. We will also cover the possibility of extending the practice into a full body treatment, working with others to rock and bind, and the use of tools, drum and song to enhance the practice.
Samantha Gadsden walks with women on their journey's through life. She is a feminist, a birth educator, a doula, a believer in and supporter of women and birth photographer living just outside Caerphilly in the South Wales Valleys with her husband Eddie and her 3 younger children.
Please contact her to guest blog and share your life and birth stories.
"Your Journey, Your Body, Your Baby, Your Birth"