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Closing hips

Postnatal care 

Closing the pelvis is a tradition in many Central and South American cultures done with a fabric such as the "Rebozo (Mexican origin) or the "chumbe" (Colombian origin).

A post-natal therapy that invites the pelvis to close, the organs to find their right place after birth, and which brings you a feeling of warmth, containment, alignment. 

If the birth took place vaginally, a closing hips care can be done from D+2 or D+3, and as regularly as possible during the first 6 weeks following birth.

 

If the birth took place by caesarean section, a soft pre-closing is very beneficial. The full closing hips care can take place 5-6 weeks after birth, depending on the scar healing. 

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