Grounding Roots Rebozo
The traditions of using the rebozo are handed down from mother to daughter and midwife to midwife. They include carrying a baby, relaxing mothers and helping with baby positioning in pregnancy and labour, carrying groceries and, most especially, ceremonies for important passages of women’s lives.
2 in stock
The rebozo is part of traditional Mexican dress; it is used as a shawl and also much used by midwives and birth workers.
It can be a helpful aid during pregnancy for comfort and baby positioning, in labour and much used post birth for Sacred Wrapping and Closing the Bones. Not to mention that it makes a great shawl.
These rebozos are made by hand in Mexico.
They are approximately 2m long and 65cm wide, made of 100% cotton.