Partners & supporters of pregnant/laboring mothers - this post is for you. 🤗 We’re here to tell you the way you hold a rebozo IS important. It’s okay to protect your body. We highly encourage you to not ‘strong arm’ this partner-assisted activity. 🙅🏻♀️💪🏼 The sustainability of your biomechanics may directly affect how long you can keep up with a pregnant or laboring mama. What do we love about Doc’s body placement? 1️⃣ Wrists/hands are turned ‘palm-in’ toward the midline. 2️⃣ Shoulders are stable & bicep muscles are taking on the brunt of the gentle sifting movement. 3️⃣ Wrists are at the same width of the pregnant mama’s body. 4️⃣ Arms are at the same height & in a compact position to his body. 5️⃣ Wrists are in a neutral position. There’s no weird bending toward his pinky or his thumb. Now it’s your turn! 🥰 What are your go-to rebozo holding tips? ... See MoreSee Less
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