Services - Before Baby arrives

Mother Blessing 

An alternative to a Baby Shower, a Mother’s Blessing is an intimate event inspired by an ancient Navajo (Native American) Blessing Way Ceremony. It is designed to surround the expectant Māmā in unconditional love and support and encourage her in preparation for her birthing journey. At the completion of the ceremony, she should feel empowered and inspired.  Each ceremony is customised to the expectant Māmā.

 

The package includes:

  • Assistance with coordinating attendees and a customised invite

  • Assistance with set-up and pack up

  • Ceremonial foot bath for the Māmā

  • 1 -2 Crafts that you will complete together or for the Māmā (all supplies provided)

  • Meditations

  • Fear releasing ritual (if needed)

  • Centre altar and ambience decorations (crystals, blankets, cushions etc)

  • Some other delicious details that we keep secret until the day 

Up to 3 hours (inclusive of set up and pack down). $350.

I facilitate this ceremony with Terri Bessa of La Lucia (Certified Birth and Postpartum Doula and Yoni Steam Therapist). This is a wonderful gift to an expecting Māmā regardless of what number baby this is for her.

Nurtured Postpartum and Empowered Parenthood Workshops 

 

What about AFTER the baby comes?

Workshop one will help you and your family plan for a gentle postpartum and workshop two will help you and your family plan for a gentle postpartum AND parenting more than one child.

 

These workshops are for pregnant Mum's AND their partners/support people.

I facilitate these workshops with Terri Bessa of La Lucia (Certified Birth and Postpartum Doula and Yoni Steam Therapist). We are passionate about helping you ease your way into parenthood (again) feeling supported, nurtured, nourished, honoured and cared for and equipped with the skills to manage parenting challenges.

Check out "Events" on my Facebook page for more details. 

© 2019 by Kirsty Fernandes

Honouring Māmās

Tel: 027 405 3108

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"The most profound thing we have to offer our children is our own healing." -Anne Lamott