The Postnatal Support Network organises Helpers training all over Europe. This training gives both ancient and contemporary knowledge and practical techniques on the 40-day recovery time.
The training includes the following subjects:
- Why postnatal support
- Principles of a 40 day resting period
- Physiology of the postnatal mother and child
- Cooking and recipes
- Other techniques such as postnatal rituals, bed sharing, massage
and baby bundling.
- The Postnatal Service, the attitude and what kind of support.
This training is set up for anyone who is interested in making an important difference in the life of young families. Health workers, doulas, yoga teachers, grandmothers and young women who are inspired to learn more about the techniques and would like to serve in a dedicated way and has considerable time and flexibility.
The basic training takes two or three 3 days and is organised all over Europe. You will be asked to do a minimum of 40 hours postnatal service with a family close to your home. Included in your training fee, you will receive a manual and one year membership of our network.
We have a few upcoming trainings in 2020.
North France, Brittany and Montpellier, France (in French) 13-15 November 2020 Online and Physical (Elsa Martineau email@example.com)
Eindhoven, The Netherlands and ONLINE 20-22 November 2020 (Charan Kamal firstname.lastname@example.org) FULL (8 spots available for online version)
Haarlem, The Netherlands and ONLINE 19-21 February 2021 (Jill van der Veen email@example.com)
St. Malo, France (in French) 5-7 February, 2021 (Elsa Martineau firstname.lastname@example.org)
Chile ONLINE (in Spanish) 16-18 April 2021 (Basanti Kundalini Yoga School email@example.com)
If interested, please get in touch with the local organizers. Looking forward to experiencing a new insight on how to mother mothers with you!
The Postnatal Support Network (PSN) addresses the importance of a well-prepared and relaxing 40 day postnatal period. It is an international organisation with a non-medical and social network, informing families and especially mothers about this special and delicate time after birth.