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Blessingway" ceremony for new mothers


To celebrate the arrival of baby in a different way! Immortalize a strong moment of the maternity with a unique ceremony.

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Offer love and light to the new mother!

Inspired by the original Navajo ceremony, the Blessingway is a magical celebration.

What is the Blessingway?

A Blessingway is a way of blessing mother and child. party or ritual organized in honor of the mother-to-be. The origin comes from the Navajo Indians of North America. In honor of this wonderful event that is the coming into the world of a new child.

The purpose of the Blessingway is not to offer gifts, but to gather around the pregnant woman her closest friends in order to create a network of moral and physical support that will prove useful at the time of the delivery and during the few months that follow.

The Blessingway is gaining in popularity and allows for a unique celebration and emphasis on the quality of sharing a moment with significant others.

It is a ceremony that is unique, memorable and unifying, that can be spiritual and funny at the same time, where activities will be organized throughout the ceremony.

Bring together the significant women in your life.

And let yourself be guided by Amélie Héroux, Postnatal Doula.

Plan an emotional moment for a mother you love who is about to give birth.

This is scheduled at home for 4 hours:

  • assembly and disassembly of the altar
  • animation of the ceremony (maximum 10 women)
  • candles, crystals and palo santo sticks
  • moments of sharing, connecting and being present to oneself
  • henna drawing on the belly of the mother-to-be
  • fresh flowers for wreath making
  • beads to make a necklace
  • paper and colored pencils for the preparation of a banner
  • red string bracelet to close the ceremony

Each participant brings a candle of intention and a cushion (yoga block, meditation cushion, bolster, etc.)

Travel included for Ste-Marthe-sur-le-Lac and surroundings (40 km round trip)


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