Approved by the California Board of Registered Nurses and Childbirth Professionals International for 4 contact hours
This is a 1 day session that meets 4 hours. A workshop that is hands on allowing you to learn how to use a Rebozo for pregnancy, birth, postpartum, mothering and every day life. A Rebozo is a shawl worn by women in Mexico. It is a very long piece of fabric, measuring about 4-5 feet. It’s history goes back centuries where women used it as a garment, to carry household goods, and to carry babies. Midwives, doulas, and birth attendants use it as a tool to comfort pregnant women.
Anyone with an interest in understanding and learning the Rebozo technique. This includes pregnant women and their partners, doulas, nurses, midwives, physicians, and all birth professionals.
- Explore the historical and cultural uses of the rebozo
- Learn various ways to use the rebozo for comfort and support
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Registration Fee $175
Enroll by December 5, 2018
Without exception all refund requests must be submitted in writing 30 days before workshop is scheduled to begin. A nonrefundable fee of $50 will be retained in all cases. Late cancellations receive a credit to attend same workshop at any location within 1 year. Credits are not transferable to a different attendee. We extend our empathy to anyone experiencing an unforeseen circumstance including personal or family illness or an emergent event. You may request a credit to attend another workshop at any location within 1 year.
We reserve the right to cancel any workshop in response to circumstances beyond our control. In the event of cancellation, registration fees will be refunded.