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Sun, Oct 27


Las Manos Magicas

Rebozo for Pregnancy, Birth and Beyond

This event is for all birth professionals and those interested in supporting pregnant folks. “The rebozo symbolically represents the blanket that weaves our individual and collective destiny; it is the umbilical cord that unites us to the womb and our origin.” -Marucha Iluakatzin

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Rebozo for Pregnancy, Birth and Beyond
Rebozo for Pregnancy, Birth and Beyond

Time & Location

Oct 27, 2019, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Las Manos Magicas, 6700 Manchaca Rd, Austin, TX 78745, USA

About the event

Using the Rebozo for Pregnancy, Birth & Beyond

Cost: $175

This is an 8 hour workshop with a 1 hour lunch break

There’s a $50 discount for active GALS volunteers, Mama Sana Vibrant Women, PPHA and Black Mama's 

**Esta clase es bilingue. Por favor avisen al registar*

In this sharing of knowledge you will learn about:

*Indigenous History of the Rebozo and it’s uses

*The energetics behind it’s making.

*Practitioner self care; including body mechanics and centering rituals.

*The use of the Rebozo during pregnancy.

-Stretches & exercises

-Optimal fetal positioning including sobadas

*Rebozo, labor and birth

-Coping with contractions

-Rebozo with an epidural

*Rebozo, postpartum and beyond

-postpartum closing

-self care

If you have any questions please feel free to email: or call 512-351-6803

Hope to see you there!

Nos vemos!

My name is Irasema Reza Bailey aka Iris. I have been a massage therapist and body-worker for 15 years with focus on pregnant women and the postpartum period. Which naturally lead me to doula work. I have been a practicing doula for 11 years. In my desire to promote Mexican Traditional Medicine, I have had the privilege to work with my abuela, Juana Solis Martinez, mi tia Ester Reza Gurrola and elders in our community as well as mentor/teacherMarucha Ilhuikatzin and abuela Modesta from Mexico. I have compiled the knowledge I have gained and put together this workshop. I’m also incorporating the knowledge I have gained while following the Mexica (Aztec) tradition. I do this in hope to keep traditions alive and promote Mexican Traditional Medicine, while acknowledging the ancestors.


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    This is for GALS volunteers, Mama Sana, and PPHA ONLY

  • Birth Rebozo Workshop




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