Sar is a custodian of the ‘Closing The Bones’ process - a tradition she learned from the lineage holders of wise Mexican grandmothers, who learned from the keepers of tribal and ceremonial medicine.
This ceremony is performed postnatally or to mark the reaching of a milestone or major time of life transition, such as menopause or the end of a creative project.
During pregnancy, a mothers hips and pelvis widen to make room for her baby and to prepare both for birth. This is a time when she is physically, emotionally and spiritually open.
Gentle, warming massage with the use of woven shawls – called Rebozo – helps to loosen the lower vertebrae and shift the hips, releasing tension, stagnant energy and increasing blood flow.
Light, rhythmic and therapeutic pressure on the abdomen and pelvis mobilises the bones back into primordial position, stimulating and shrinking the womb and bladder.
Increased blood circulation cleanses, renews and moves fluids and tissue, stimulating the immune system.
The intentional space-holding and physical process of closing the bones through massage, wrapping, rocking, cocooning and loving care creates safety and security for a woman to reclaim and call her self, energy and life-force back home.