Postpartum Healing and Nurturing through Food Rituals: The Foundation for a Healthy Family
A free online class with magamama Centehua Sage
June 13th @ 6pm PST
Never before in the history of humanity have we been so disconnected to our food source and production, so if the problem is the solution let’s consider food as medicine.
Our culture is fast. We are living in a time of opportunity and great technological expansion where information is literally at our fingertips. However, what has been compromised along the way are some basic, essential life skills and rituals that promote health and wellbeing for our entire family.
The health of the mother is the health of the family, and society and nutrition play a key role, especially during the postpartum phase.
What are these rituals? Why is food important? Why does honoring our ancestral lineage matter?
Join Centehua for this important conversation on June 13 at 6pm PST -
In the free online class, we will:
- explore how food can be used as medicine
- identify the most common misperceptions that women have about diet, food dogma and real nourishment
- learn 3 concrete actions you can use today to begin taking better care of yourself and your family
Centehua Sage is a movement alchemist and creator of Lunar Rhythm - sacred dance ritual. She is a postpartum doula, farmer, dancer, herbalist and mother. She resides with her partner and family in Vista where they host family farm gatherings, holistic cooking classes and women's circles. Centehua's passion is to share the magic of living life connected and in collaboration with nature's cycles. Her gift is dance and feeding people earth's nourishing foods and medicines, she is especially grateful for the privilege to assist women in the postpartum stage which is essential for their health and their family's well being. Centehua is in devotion and service to Gaia and committed to doing her part to activate a positive shift in our world. She provided the recipes in Kimberly's book, The Fourth Trimester.