Sun, 03 Sept|
Pregnancy Care Training
Time & Location
03 Sept, 3:00 pm NZST – 09 Sept, 6:00 pm NZST
Coromandel, NZ, Ohui Road, Opoutere 3691, New Zealand
About the Event
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This 5.5-day advanced course is designed for practitioners to immerse themselves in theory, hands-on skill building, and traditional approaches to work more effectively with clients from pre-conception to postpartum. This workshop builds on the pregnancy applications addressed in Professional Care Training and is profoundly support to those in the birth work world.
Arvigo® Professional Care Training is required before attending Pregnancy Care Training.
Dates and Times:
3 September 2023 3pm – 8pm
4 - 9 September 2023 9am – 5:30pm
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 be living amongst wild beauty, with frequent opportunity to be outdoors, swim and live ceremonially.
We support with organizing carpooling from Auckland if possible.
Please contact Samar on firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Cost: $3500 NZD, includes accommodation and meals. 10 spots maximum.
Pay deposit of $500NZD. Balance of $3000NZD due by July 3rd, 2023. Payment plans are not available for this training.
This class will be taught by Lisa Kelly.
Lisa Kelly is a licensed massage therapist of thirty two years, and an Arvigo® therapist, birth doula and midwives' assistant. Lisa has been teaching for over two decades, presenting at the Nova Southeastern University School of Osteopathic Medicine and the Arvigo® biennial conference. She has offered, observed and guided thousands of in-person Arvigo® sessions in her full time pregnancy and preconception practice - Red Tent Healing Arts - over the past fifteen years. She teaches with gentle and practical soulfulness, dedicated to supporting students to embody these teachings as their own.
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.