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Online Self Care
Online Self Care

Mon, 20 Nov


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Online Self Care

Time & Location

20 Nov 2023, 11:00 am GMT-5 – 04 Dec 2023, 7:00 pm GMT-5

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About the Event

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Dive deep into the healing traditions passed down to Dr. Rosita Arvigo via Don Elijio Panti. Self massage, anatomy, physiology, pelvis steams/soaks, castor oil therapy, herbal support, plant spirit medicine, tension patterns in the body, the history and lineage of this work and more.

Immerse yourself into this work as a living experience.

There will be breaks as well as several opportunities to learn experientially with your hands and eyes away from the screen practicing the self-care massage and meditation.  Please note that attendance to all three sessions is required to get a certificate. This workshop is not recorded for privacy reasons.

Dates and Times

This course is 3 consecutive Mondays (20th, 27th November and 4th December), 11am - 7pm EST, live with cameras on, on Zoom with a 2 hour break each day (17 hours excluding breaks).

Proposed Teaching Timings: EST 11am to 7pm  

PST 8am - 4pm 

UK 4pm - 12am 

There is a 2 hour break about midway each day usually around 2:30pm.

For more information: please go here.


There are no requirements for this entry level course. For practitioners, the Self-Care Workshop is the first level of training with the Arvigo® Institute and is a prerequisite for Professional Care Training.

*Please note these classes are not recorded due to privacy reasons.


$275 USD. 

Fee includes Self-Care color manual emailed to you, additional supportive material in electronic format, certificate of completion at the end of the course.

This class will be taught by Lisa Kelly.

About Lisa


10% of the total cost of every for class is tithing. This tithing is split three ways.  A third goes to the Itzamna Society - Don Elijio's descendants who protect the sacred forest at the Elijio Panti National Park in Belize.  A third goes to  Walther Cholotio, a Tz'utujil Maya Fire and Daykeeper in Guatemala. The final third goes to supporting indigenous healers and/or environmental care projects on the land trainings are held. You can learn more at our Giving Back page.

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