The event will last approximately 3 hours and this sacred service will include:
Total Cost: $289
A Mother Blessing is a celebration that uses ceremony and ritual to help a woman to prepare mentally, emotionally and spiritually for the work of birthing. It aids in uniting her with her intuition and opening her to her instinctive abilities, which will guide her as she steps into the role of mother.
A Mother Blessing is different from a baby shower, in essence, because it offers the chance for women to come together and share in a sacred time of reflection, support, and celebration that is focused on nurturing and supporting the mother-to-be.
Rituals marked with an * require additional charge.
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Who to Invite
One of the primary goals of a Mother Blessing is to create a safe and nurturing environment for the mother-to-be by forming a strong and intimate circle of women. You will only want to invite those women who you feel will be able to support you on your chosen path. You can invite anywhere from 2-12 women to join your celebration.
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Gifts at a Mother Blessing are generally low in monetary value and high in meaning and sentimentality. Below are some ideas you may wish to request from your guests.
Mother Blessings are generally potluck. You can create a menu and request specific items from each guests or ask that they bring their favorite nourishing dish.
Element of Surprise
To receive a Mother Blessing is to receive a special gift- an experience that has more impact on us when we don't know what lies within the beautiful package. While I will gather input from you, the specifics should really come as somewhat of a surprise.
Please Note: The ceremonies offered at Coventina Healing Arts draw upon the rich traditions of many cultures. Though initially inspired by the earth-based ways of Native American culture, these celebrations are in no way meant to represent or reenact sacred Native American Blessingway ceremonies. Out of honor and respect, we have changed the name to Mother Blessings to further differentiate this contemporary practice from the traditional ceremonies.
Art, Community & Movement as Medicine
I will meet with the mother-to-be for approximately one hour. During this initial meeting, we will discuss your pregnancy, expectations for the upcoming birth, and your feelings about becoming a mother. I will also want to get a sense of your spiritual practices and/or religious beliefs. It is important that I have a clear picture of your overall state of being so that we can co-create a ceremony that truly meets your needs. Each ceremony is unique and designed in alignment with your beliefs and wishes.