The power of speaking up in labour and birth

Did you use your voice in labour? Have you ever thought about the connection between the throat and the cervix? Some musings…. Physiological labour and birth is designed for women to experience a hormonal cocktail that enables the veils to thin, waters to break and internal doors within the body to open so we can Read more about The power of speaking up in labour and birth[…]

Postpartum Reality

I can’t begin to tell you how many stories I hear of women who have had difficult postpartum experiences ranging from nervous anxiety, episiotomy recovery, baby blues, worries their baby isn’t feeding enough, breastfeeding problems, exhaustion, inadequate help, subpar nutrition, caesarian recovery, traumatic birth process recovery, depression and on and on. 💛 It breaks my Read more about Postpartum Reality[…]

On the other side of birth

You have arrived on the other side of birth. It’s the golden hour and it’s trauma. It looks different for us all, but regardless this initiation comes with blood, sweat and tears. There is an overload of information coming at you through the filter of an institution or someone else’s experience. It is not a Read more about On the other side of birth[…]