A Cerrar las Caderas - C5 (Summer 2018)
Mexican Traditional Medicine for Postpartum
Enhance your professional skills, deepen your knowledge about postpartum recovery, and use your understanding of Mexican Traditional Medicine (MTM) during the crucial after birth period. Students will have instant access to the training manual, online videos, and self-study supplements (all downloadable). We meet once monthly via Webinar for mentorship, community building, and delving deeper into our selves and this crucial healing work.
This course is currently closed for enrollment.
Panquetzani honors the 4,000 year-old traditions of her foremothers + integrates her lifetime of study into her practice + daily life. She comes from a matriarchal family of folk healers from the valley of Mexico (Tenochtitlan, Texcoco, y Tlaxcala), La Comarca Lagunera (Durango + Coahuila), and Zacatecas. Hearing family narratives of doctoring + deep transformation led Panquetzani to trust that all people have innate wisdom that can revolutionize their personal, family, + community well-being. In 2007, Panquetzani decided to take her practice outside of her own body + lineage to serve her community. As a traditional herbalist, healer, + birthkeeper, Panquetzani has touched over 3,000 wombs + bellies spread across three countries + two dozen cities in the last decade. Since 2012, as the foundress of Indigemama: Ancestral Healing, she has taught 93 live, in-person intensives, workshops, and trainings, totaling more than 1500 hours of live instruction and countless hours of free + online education. Ask Panquetzani’s students about her pedagogy + student-led, emergent teaching style. On her days off, you’ll find Panquetzani feeding friends + getting into mischief with her guapo + 3 sons.