with Anna Watts & Specialist Guest Teachers
This training offers a holistic approach for Doulas to support the mother-baby and family during the transformational time following birth. Topics covered in this 2-day workshop include –
Doula Support – the role of the doula in the early days/weeks of parenting Mothering the Mother – nourishing ways to support the new mother and family.
Post-natal Depletion – recognising and supporting the mother through post-natal challenges.
Healing Birth Trauma – Supporting mothers to integrate their birthing story, no matter how birth unfolded. Tools for de-briefing and healing birth trauma.
Closing the Bones Ritual – a traditional postpartum ritual to bring the mother back into her body, energise and nurture her after childbirth. This supportive and powerful ceremony symbolically closes the many pathways that were opened during the birth of her baby, creating space and freedom to embrace the new role of motherhood more fully.
TRAINING DATES & LOCATIONS are advised and up-dated on this page of the website –
Payment of the deposit on registration is to confirm your place and is non-refundable.
Registrations are transferable up to 30 days prior to commencement of training. You may
transfer your registration to another person not already enrolled in the training during this
Cancellation more than 60 days prior the training, will receive a full refund of all monies
paid, LESS a $100 administration fee.
Cancellation between 60 and 30 days prior to the training, will forfeit the deposit plus
50% of balance of fees due/full payment.
Cancellation less than 30 days prior to the training, will be liable for the full course fees.
In exceptional circumstances, cancellation within 30 days of the training, will only receive a
refund at the discretion of the organisers if the place can be filled.
Payment Plans are to be paid in full once training has commenced, regardless of non-attendance. Exceptional circumstances reviewed on an individual basis.
If you wish to cancel please advise in writing here