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SISI's Flowering Youth Sealing Ceremony Workshop

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SISI's Flowering Youth Sealing Ceremony Workshop
SISI's Flowering Youth Sealing Ceremony Workshop

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Apr 29, 2023, 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

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About the event

Sistas In Service International Presents~

"Flowering Youth Sealing Cermony Workshop"

Welcoming Ages 13-16 

Date: April 29-2023

10 AM to 4 pm 

1-hour lunch

Suggested Love offering $65 

Includes womb-care Kit

We invite young ladies to this beautiful opportunity to reconnect with our grandmothers through the work of the Closing of the Bones.

We will spend a day remembering, sharing, expanding, and enjoying sisterhood. 

Young Sisters will learn:

•sacred womb care ceremony for self and others. 

•age appropriate

reproductive education 

•how to work with plants and all the elements 

•to use Food as medicine

• to uplift their community sisters

•leadership and teamwork 

•reflect on cultural ties across continents 

This first offering is a collaboration between Como Te Amo Midwifery, Sacred Grove Traditions-Yewas Rites of Passage, and Sistas In Service Intl.

Mama Asatu Hall is a Beloved Midwife & Mentor in the Bay Area community, Founder & Director of Yewas Rights of Passage, a program of Sacred Grove Traditions. 

Our Beloved, Maestra Maria Ascension Ramos Bracamontes will share deep traditional knowledge and experience, lead us through the teachings of the sealing.

After 5 years of apprenticeship with Maestra Maria

Our Founder Iya Awujo DvinaEstrella of Sistas in Service Intl. heard the calling in her spirit to share these teachings with our adolecent gurls to prepare them for woman hood and sweet service to eachother.

Thus this workshop was born.

SISI will continue to offer this workshop and explore connections of North Africa, Central, South America, Caribbean/Maroon & the African American/Indigenous healing traditions of the Southeastern U.S.

Contact SISI to offer this in your area!

Our Maestra,

María Ascensión Ramos Bracamontes is a Mexican Indigenous Certified Nurse Midwife & Addiction Nurse Practitioner in Santa Cruz county, California. She was born at home in Ayotitlán, Jalisco, México, and raised undocumented binational. She comes from a lineage of traditional Mexican birthkeepers, home birth, and farm workers. She is the mother of three earth angels. The last two were born gently at home in the water. She is the founder of Campesina Womb Justice which aims to bring justice, healing, and reparations to indigenous Mixteco farmworkers.  She is passionate about reviving ancestral healing practices to heal collective and individual wombs and to treat addiction in indigenous communities.

Portion of proceeds goes to Campesina Womb Justice,

Learn more here,


Register for Our Youth Workshop Here


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