Workshops

The Mama MA-URI program consists of tree workshops:

Mana Wahine – deals with Woman Power of the Cycle

The 6 day workshop that will

  • bring the cycle into focus through dance, meditation, connection to nature and ceremony
  • give you a chance to go deep into your own womanhood and relate to you sexuality
  • give you the basic techniques for touching a person laying on the side – to be used in your general clinic practice.

You can attend this workshop after you have finished Module 2 (E2) of your MA-URI training.

Hapu Ora – Pregnant with new life & getting ready for birth giving

The 8 day workshop that will

  • provide a unique chance of dealing with your attitudes and experiences concerning pregnancy (or lack of pregnancy) in your own life
  • qualify you to work with pregnant women on your table
  • qualify you to work with pregnant clients using dance, meditation and selected MA-URI Huna principles – through individual sessions or birth preparation classes
  • enable you to offer sessions for couples (pregnant women and their partners)

You can attend this workshop after you have completed your MA-URI training (after Module 3) and participated in Mana Wahine – Woman Power.

Mana Pou – Sustaining life after birth

The 6 day workshop that will

  • give you a chance to deal with your own experiences of (or expectations for) birth giving
  • bring into focus how we think of, treat and honor (or dishonor!) the female body after giving birth
  • put focus on the new mother and her many different roles
  • provide you with the techniques for MA-URI Baby Touch
  • qualify you to offer mother-and-baby-classes with dance, exercises and instruction in MA-URI Baby Touch

You can attend this workshop after you have completed your MA-URI training (after Module 3) and participated in Mana Wahine – Woman Power and Hapu Ora.

 

All workshops are international and the language of teaching is English.

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