Dates: 3 Saturdays, November 2nd – November 16th (must attend all 3 classes)
Time: 11 am to 2 pm
Location: Ancestral Apothecary, 3798 Grand Ave, Oakland, CA
Teacher: Francine Madrid
Modern science is just catching on to what our ancestors have always known, we have a “brain”– a powerful, sensitive and intuitive area in our belly. If we learn to care for this area, we can positively effect the health of our whole body and spirit. In this class you will be introduced to ancient techniques that will help you connect to and heal your matriz/womb/belly brain.
Join midwife Francine Madrid for this class dedicated to getting to know and healing our sacred wombs. In this class you’ll be introduced to ancient techniques to help you connect to and heal your womb. We will explore herbal allies, meditation, and hands on self massage therapies that are specific to this area in the context of personal ceremony.
This class is open to anyone who has or has had a womb, as well as anyone female identified, transgendered and gender non-binary.
Click here to complete an application.
Deposits of $100 are required to save your space in a class.
Please mail check to:Ancestral Apothecary, 3798 Grand Ave, Oakland, CA 94610.Alternatively, you may request a paypal invoice (3% finance charge).
*We are not doing payment plans at this time. If the class becomes full- we will add you to the waitlist in the order you submit your application.
The classroom space is located up one flight of stairs. There is an alternate entrance available for folks who need it. Please contact us at the email below with your accessibility needs.
We ask folks to come free of perfumes, scented lotions, scented detergents, essential oils, and other scented products. While we strive to keep our space free from chemical scents, we share a building with others and are located above a nail salon. As an apothecary, there is regular use of smudging and essential oils in the space. Please contact us at the email below if you have concerns.
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