Closing the Bones Workshop in Cambridge on Saturday 23rd of March 2019
Date: March 23, 2019
Closing the Bones Workshop in Cambridge, on Saturday 23rd of March 2019 from 9h30 am to 4h30 pm.
Fee includes a £40 non refundable deposit. In the unlikely event that the course needs to be cancelled (such as sickness), all fees will be refunded.
In the event of late (less than 2 weeks notice) cancellation or non-attendance at the workshop without advance warning, all fees are non-refundable.
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This workshop is designed for doulas, birthworkers, midwives, therapists, healers, or anybody who works with new mothers and who wants to be able to give a safe and effective, nurturing postpartum ritual.
The workshop covers the background of the massage, the tutors’ experience of giving the massage, a practical demo, practice of the massage, debrief of the experience and a group closing ceremony to finish the day.
What makes this workshop so special? It is reserved to a small group of up to 12 women. It is a deeply spiritual workshop, where you will not only learn this technique in depth, and leave able to offer it to your clients, but you will also experience for yourself how powerful and deeply healing this ritual is.
The workshop includes a very unique and detailed handout which includes a mix of traditional wisdom and scientific evidence-all the effects of the techniques on the various joints, muscles and organs have been validated by an osteopath, and includes links to videos showing you all the techniques. You will also gain access to a secret Facebook group for people who have done the workshop-where you can share knowledge and connect and network with an awesome group of nearly 400 like minded women.
Practicalities of the day
We will be practising a massage which includes exposing and massaging the belly from the ribs down to the pubic bone-so please wear comfy clothing (soft trousers/leggings/jogging bottoms etc are comfier than jeans for this)
We love babies and children, which is why we have to say with a heavy heart that they are too distracting for this workshop. During this course we spend most of our time practising a massage in pairs, so babies would need to be put down and would get fed up and upset, and this would impair the learning for the mother and the rest of the group. You are welcome to bring a baby if you can bring another adult with you who can take the baby out and entertain them for the day or who can stay nearby with your breastfed baby til s/he needs a feed.
Refreshments: Tea, coffee, drinks and snacks will be provided at the venue. There will be a longer break for lunch; and we will ask you to bring something to share for lunch.