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** Postpartum Support After Pregnancy Loss | Online Training with Satya Kaur
Let’s empower ourselves, our sisters and daughters!
In case of a miscarriage or an abortion, the healing period is usually neglected. Whether you’re a postpartum doula or a friend who would like to help someone going through grief, this training is for you!
✨ The involvement and role of the doula
✨ Embodying support
✨ Turmoil of the soul
✨ Gradual adaptations and lifestyle commandments for long term sanity
✨ Uplifting rituals for transformation
✨ Healing relationships
November 8, 10 and 12, from 6 to 8:30 pm CET
About 5 hours of (home)work will be required by the participants.
Where? Online on Zoom & Sutra
155 euros including instructional material, mentorship, and tools to propose mini preparation training to parents
Midwife and yoga teacher, Satya Kaur is the co-founder and director of the International Karam Kriya School (UK), Quinta do Rajo (Portugal), the Postnatal Support Network (NL), The Mother’s Journey (UK), Associação Ram Sass Guru (PT). She is the author of Yoga, Kundalini & Eu, a Portuguese yoga manual.
Register Here (https://postnatalsupportnetwork.com/event/post-abortion-support-training/)
** From our blog | Supporting grieving postpartum mama
** At least 1 in 10 women experience miscarriage during her life. Although pregnancy and infant loss still remains a tabou, it concerns much more families than we might think.
An estimated 23 million miscarriages occur every year worldwide, translating to 44 pregnancy losses each minute.* Grieving and finding hope after pregnancy and infant loss is very challenging especially if it has to happen in silence and solitude. Although the baby is not here anymore, the postpartum mama is, and needs extra care and support.
How to care for a grieving postpartum mama? Find in this article 6 ideas that everybody (family member, friend, doula) can provide. Don’t forget! Support can be needed weeks, months or even years after!
*Source : “Miscarriage: worldwide reform of care is needed”, The Lancet, Vol. 397, Issue 10285, P1597, May 01, 2021.https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(21)00954-5/fulltext (https://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0140673621009545)
Read more (https://postnatalsupportnetwork.com/public/supporting-a-mother-after-pregnancy-infant-loss/)
** SAVE THE DATE: November 23
PSN Expert Talk with Prabhjot Kaur | Ayurveda & Motherhood
I am an Indian expat living in Europe for the past decade or so. 8 years ago I gave birth to a daughter after a difficult delivery. I was unwell, alone and due to language barriers, I had difficulty in getting the required care after birth. For the first few weeks, I survived on bread, butter and jam sandwiches. This lack of care and proper nutrition left me with aches and discomforts that lasted for years.
It’s interesting to note that I grew up watching both my parents make various meals, potions and spice mixes for all the new mothers in my giant extended family. There was always an aunt visiting us to give birth or a cousin, whose baby won’t stop crying and needed help.
My father was expert on all the traditional medicinal barks, gums and leaves while my mother could mix up spices to cure anything. It was them I turned to, after suffering for years in silence. I followed the meal plans only for a week and ate the medicinal bars for a month and voila! I was cured. My forever tired body was rejuvenated and all the aches were gone. Since then I have been studying सात्विक (Satvik) lifestyle based on Ayurveda. It’s my attempt to bring the lesser known recipes to those who wish to recover from child birth with the help of food they consume.
This talk includes a free e-book “Healing meals | Ayurveda inspired recipes for new Mothers” with tried and tested recipes for complete postpartum meal plan. These meal plans along with recipes, will help you add a skill-set in your repertoire.
Come, join us to have an introductory conversation on how using ayurveda you can make a difference with what you have in your spice cabinet!
Sign up today! (https://postnatalsupportnetwork.com/event/psn-expert-talk-with-prabhjot-kaur-ayurveda-motherhood/)
** New Format: EXTENDED Postnatal Doula Training in the Netherlands
For Dutch and Belgium interested network, we have reshaped our in-person Postpartum Support training to a new format. In three weekend modules, three experienced and skilled trainers will give insight and practical techniques to support a mother and family after labor based on ancient traditions.
Participating in the full training of the 3 modules AND after an 40 hours internship you can be certified as a Postpartum Doula. The modules can be followed separately for those who would like to deepen their skills and knowledge in specific areas.
Module 1: Postpartum reality w/ Charan Kamal & Ingrid Bal 13-14 January 2024
Module 2: Nurturing Mother and Family w/ Siri Amrit Khalsa 10-11 February 2024
Module 3: Rituals and Skills w/ Amrit Dev Kaur 1-3 March 2024
Location: Vught, Netherlands
For more information and registration, please contact Charan Kamal (https://www.instagram.com/ingrid_charan_kamal/) via firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:email@example.com?subject=&body=)
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