The video shows two ways of doing rebozo for turning breech or birth, one with mom laying on her back. Skip to 2:00 to see her demonstrate the kneeling one.
I read a story of a woman who was rubbing her belly in the direction she wanted her baby to turn and it just turned right there. So it can’t hurt. Gentle massage, of course. Don’t try to do your own ECV. Janet Balaskas, in Active Birth, recommends massage in conjunction with an inversion.
Get some lotion or lube and start with your left hand at the bottom of the belly and your right hand on top. Move them clockwise in a circle and slide over each other, to overlap. Just rub your belly in a way that feels good. Consider asking your doctor or midwife to help you feel the parts of your baby so you know what is where and ask which way the baby is more likely to easily turn. Try it while you are doing an inversion, and relax.
Why it might work:
Energy and pressure going in a circular direction might encourage the baby to also go that way.