When a baby is born, a mother needs a lot of rest and postpartum support.
Her husband is not always available or able to provide this.
It is up to society to invest in this nucleus and this family, at a time when there is a new life to be nurtured.
A “postnatal sevadar” is committed to providing services to the new mother during the quarantine following the birth.
The training teaches the need for support and caregivers during the postpartum period, helps to profile the ideal volunteer, shares and teaches ancient and contemporary knowledge and practical techniques on the 40-day postpartum recovery period.
This training is designed for anyone interested in making a difference to future families.
Healthcare professionals, doulas, yoga teachers, grandparents, men and women who feel inspired to learn more about the techniques, would like to serve in a dedicated way and have considerable availability and flexibility.
Some of the content:
- Why postnatal support;
- Principles of a 40-day rest period;
- Physiology of the postnatal mother and child;
- Cooking and recipes;
- Other techniques such as postnatal rituals, bed sharing, massage, swaddling the baby;
- The postnatal service, the attitude and what kind of support.
This training covers:
- Physiology of the puerperium.
- Principles of breastfeeding.
- Yogi Bhajan teachings.
- Postpartum feeding
- How to create harmony and joy in a family.
This training is for anyone interested in making a difference to future families, with a desire to help other women care for babies and children.
- Healthcare professionals,
- yoga teachers,
- men and women who feel inspired to learn more about specific techniques would like to serve in a dedicated way, and have considerable availability and flexibility.