Thu, 01 Feb|
Practitioner Training (Self Care +PCT)
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Time & Location
01 Feb 2024, 4:00 pm NZDT – 08 Feb 2024, 2:00 pm NZDT
Coromandel, NZ, Ohui Road, Opoutere 3691, New Zealand
About the Event
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This 7 day ceremonial immersion combines all content from the Self Care and Professional Care (PCT) trainings to support participants in being able to apply all aspects of this work to themselves and clients. These include: abdominal/pelvic/lumbar/sacral bodywork, pelvic steams/soaks, castor oil therapy, herbal approaches, hip swaddling, wrapping for trauma care, spiritual healing in a clinical setting, a comprehensive understanding of anatomy and physiology of the human center and a deep reverence of lineage, land and ancestry.
This training is open for anyone who is ready to learn. Although there are no prerequisites, completion of the online Anatomy & Physiology portal (emailed upon registration) is required prior to attendance. Note that your region may require you to be licensed in bodywork in order to practice.
$1100 USD, includes accommodation and meals. It is priced lower than usual to support those who need this prerequisite to attend the advanced courses. Space limited to 10 participants.
$300 USD non-refundable deposit required to secure your place with the balance due by January 10th 2024. Please email email@example.com for payment instructions and enquiries.
Dates and Location
Thursday February 1st to Thursday February 8th 2024.
Our training will take place at the stunning, unique and private Sky River Sanctuary right off of Opoutere Beach in the Coromandel region. We will living amongst wild beauty, with frequent opportunity to be outdoors, swim and live ceremonially.
Arrival from 4 pm on February 1st. Departure from 2 pm on Februady 8th.
We support with organizing carpooling from Auckland if possible.
This class is taught by Samar Ocean Wolf Ciprian. Samar’s clinical and facilitation experience over the last fifteen years has been deeply blessed by a melding of indigenous healing wisdoms, movement medicine, community care and the intersection of ecological and human health. To learn more visit her website or connect with her on Instagram.
10% of the total cost of every for class is tithing. This tithing is split three ways. A third goes to the Itzamna Society - Don Elijio's descendants who protect the sacred forest at the Elijio Panti National Park in Belize. A third goes to Walter Cholotio, a Tz'utujil Maya Fire and Daykeeper in Guatemala. The final third goes to supporting indigenous healers and/or environmental care projects on the land trainings are held. You can learn more at our Giving Back page.