- The cosmovision of Traditional Mexican Medicine in relation to pregnancy and birth, including the role of midwives and birth workers in pre-colonial and modern times
- Rebozo, its history and significance in Mexico
- Traditional Mexican antenatal care practices & techniques using the rebozo
- The use of kakaw (Cacao) during pregnancy
- Demonstration of a Cerrada, the traditional Mexican sealing ceremony for postpartum (there will be Cerrada workshops throughout the year facilitated by Mayella Almazán-Arreola so you can receive and learn how to give Cerradas)
- 3 days of intensive teaching and supervised practice
To gain your Certificate, you are required to complete 3 case studies. Two of the case studies must be clients you see a minimum of 2 times up to a maximum of 4 times. The other case study can be an individual session with a follow-up telephone call, text or email message.
All Case Studies must be submitted within 6 months of completing the training.
The Certificate signed by Angelina will account for the hours spent at the training (24 hours) plus an extra allowance of 6 hours for the case studies making a total of 30 hours.
A limited number of spaces are available due to the practical nature of the workshop.
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Why is the use of authentic Mexican rebozos important?
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
- You must not rely on the information on this workshop as an alternative to medical advice from your doctor or other professional healthcare provider. If you have any specific questions about any medical matter you should consult your doctor or other professional healthcare provider. If you think you may be suffering from any medical condition you should seek immediately medical attention. You should never delay seeking medical advice, disregard medical advice, or discontinue medical treatment because of information on this workshop
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