Wed, 10 Jan|
In Person Tending the Belly
Please email Jenn@ceibawellness.com to register
Time & Location
10 Jan 2024, 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm GMT-6
Texas, 119 Heiman St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA
About the Event
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Join us for an intimate workshop where you will learn about the healing traditions passed down by Yucatec Maya healer, Don Elijio Panti.
In this interactive workshop you will learn the basic self care techniques to improve digestion and uterine positioning. You’ll be guided through the benefits, modifications and contraindications to enhance your self care practice. You will also experience castor oil therapy and learn how to and when to use castor oil effectively. These self care practices are deeply rooted in indigenous medicine, the tradition you will learn is from the Yucatec, Maya people. Come learn about this work, the lineage and how you can use it to improve your wellbeing.
Relaxation of abdomen
Improved digestion and IBS symptoms
Enhanced blood flow to organs
Help reduce cysts Improve pain symptoms from menstruation issues like PCOS, fibroids and endometriosis
Improve fertility and enhance IVF and IUI treatments
Improve male related health concerns in the prostate.
And much more!
CONTRAINDICATIONS: Actively bleeding due to your period (modifications will be available for anyone who is currently bleeding). Active vaginal or urinary infection Cancer Hernia IUD Pessary Recent surgery without being cleared by a physician During the first trimester of a pregnancy.
January 10th, 6pm - 10pm CST
No prerequisite required.
$75 USD (class only)
This class will be taught by Jenn Mason.
Please register by emailing Jenn at: Jenn@ceibawellness.com
10% of the total cost of every class goes towards supporting our indigenous partners, including Don Elijio's descendants who protect the sacred forest at the Elijio Panti National Park in Belize, Walther Cholotio, a Tz'utujil Maya Fire and Daykeeper in Guatemala, our friends at Taos Pueblo and Māori tree protector Shirley Waru in Aotearoa. To learn more, visit our Giving Back page.