Grandma's Hands Pregnancy and Postpartum
Herbs & Nutrition Online Course
6 week Online Course Focusing on the Herbs and Healing Modalities Historically used by Black Southern Midwives
Grandma's Hands Pregnancy and Postpartum Herbs & Nutrition in the Southern Tradition is a 6 week ethnobotany course based in the folk, historical healing traditions of the South and in particular Black Southern Midwives.
Lesson 1 Historical Role of the Black Midwife in Healing her Community
Lesson 2 Pregnancy and Childbirth Herbs Usage/Preparation
Lesson 3 Postpartum and Breastfeeding Herbs
Lesson 4 Importance of Salves, Tinctures, and Tonics
Lesson 5 Pregnancy & Postpartum Soul Food for Healing
Lesson 6 Doing an Herbal Assessment
WINTER SESSION Starts Thursday Jan. 3, 2019-Feb. 7, 2019
Lessons/Modules sent weekly via email
Live Discussion Conference Call Thursday evenings 8pm CST/9pm EST *Recorded*
6 week course: Weekly Live Class Discussion, FB group for course participants
Early Bird Registration $125 ENDS NOV. 3, 2018
Course Registration: $175
All registrations are NON REFUNDABLE
All registrations must be in by Dec. 23, 2018
Send payment HERE
Requirements: Access to internet and phone, herbs, and materials to make tinctures and salves
Only students who finish the final quiz and project receive a Certificate of Completion.
Healing salves are just one of the different methods used to prepare herbs for medicinal use. Learn this method and more!
Carry on Tradition
Grandma's Hands. Learn the healing modalities this midwife would have used and become competent to build your own bag.
Foodways are an intergral part to any culture. This is definitely true to the South. Learn what easily accessible foods can help nurture both mother and baby.