Ancient Wrapping Ceremony

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Duration: 3-4 hours

This ceremony is inclusive and welcoming to women of all ages. It is not limited by age, and it extends its embrace to anyone who has undergone a significant and transformative life event. Whether it's the journey of marriage, the challenges of divorce, the experience of separation, the impact of job loss, the transition of moving homes, the onset of menopause, or any other profound life-changing event, all are invited to partake in this ceremony.

We will restore your Body and Soul!

Woman is a pure Yin energy—both beautiful and powerful. Lately, we all forgot our inner beauty and strength. However, for those seeking to tap into the profound wisdom of the feminine, we must begin at the very source: birth, the inception of a new cycle. 

The in-person ceremony  is a deeply transformative and holistic experience. 

Here's  what will take place during the ceremony:

  • Discussion and Sharing: The ceremony will begin with a discussion where participants can share their birth stories and experiences, fostering a sense of connection and support.
  • Creation of a Mandala: Together, you will create a beautiful mandala using herbs and flowers, symbolizing growth, transformation, and the beauty of life.
  • Herbal Bath: The focal point of the ceremony involves the "Mother" taking a bath infused with herbs. This bath serves as a meditation, a time of reflection, and a symbolic journey into the Waters of Transformation. It's a moment of cleansing and clearing, both physically and spiritually.
  • Energy Work: Following the herbal bath, there will be an Eastern body session, which may involve techniques such as massage, acupressure, or energy work to further align and balance the body's energies.
  • Wrapping Ritual: Long Mexican scarfs will be used for a wrapping ritual. During this ritual, participants will adjust all chakras and balance the body, promoting a sense of harmony and well-being.
  • Herbal Tea: The ceremony will conclude with the sharing of herbal tea, allowing participants to relax and integrate the experiences of the day.

This ceremony combines elements of sharing experience, nature wisdom, holistic healing, and spiritual connection, providing a nurturing and transformative space for woman to honor her Journey, release any emotional or physical tensions, and emerge with a renewed sense of balance and empowerment.

Birth of our Child and Birth as a Mother

Our journey commences with our children, the preservation of traditions, our ancestral roots, and the guidance of our ancestors.

As women, it is imperative that we reestablish our connection with Mother Earth. This reconnection not only fortifies us but empowers us to nurture our children, tend to our households, and provide support to our partners. By embracing our feminine energy and drawing from the wellspring of our ancestral knowledge, we can achieve a harmonious balance that enables us to thrive in all aspects of our lives.

After giving birth, many women experience a profound sense of being incomplete.  Bringing a new life into the world requires the body, mind, and spirit to open up and release deeply held aspects of themselves. It's an act of vulnerability and courage, as childbirth is one of the most significant and sometimes challenging experiences in life.

In traditional Mexican cultures, "La Cuarentena," the 40 days after childbirth, is considered sacred and a time for mothers to heal. Wrapping ritual is typically performed during these 40 days but can also be done many years after childbirth, yielding remarkable results.

This ceremony offers deep healing, not only after the loss of a baby, hysterectomy, or fertility issues but also at various points in life, for individuals who haven't given birth but seek closure in other aspects of their lives.

Beyond its physical benefits, this ceremony holds deep spiritual significance. It provides a time for mothers or parents to process their emotions, heal emotionally, and gather strength. It aids in finding closure to their birth story, reconnecting with their true selves, and gaining confidence as individuals, women, mothers, and parents. During this period, parents experience nurturing, peace, and the release of emotions associated with childbirth and motherhood.

In Mayan culture, it is believed that a mother's spirit travels the universe during labor to find and unite with her baby's soul before birth. Wrapping Ceremony calls the spirit back to the body and encourages energetic closure for new parents. Birth is viewed as a rite of passage and a profound transformative journey that continues into motherhood and parenthood.

The hips are recognized as a storage area for unresolved emotions and trauma, leading to energy blockages. The act of closing the bones helps release these emotions.

Energetically wrapping the body with a Rebozo shawl calms the mind, aligns thoughts and energies, and prepares individuals to move forward in their new reality. 

Your Heart will guide you....