I intend to use my practice to serve women who yearn to birth with minimal medical interventions during labour, and recognize that “natural” or physiological birth (when the baby comes through the vaginal canal) carries significant physical and emotional benefits for mama, baby, & family. That being said, I’m committed to helping you feel goodContinue reading “My Commitment to “Natural Birth””
Natural Birth Control, otherwise known as fertility awareness, refers to ways of preventing pregnancy, without the use of synthetic hormones or an IUD. I’m not talking about being aware of your overall fertility level here! I’m talking about how we as ovulating females can actually tell when we are fertile & when we are notContinue reading “How to Prevent Pregnancy “Naturally””
The word natural gets thrown around a lot these days. Natural asparagus. Natural deodorant. Natural emotional reaction…. Basically when something is natural it means that us humans haven’t tampered with it too much. The way that thing is, wasn’t decided by a human being, it just exists naturally that way. The female reproductive system isContinue reading “Natural birth control will change your life”
You’ll be amazed at how much more sense your life can make when you take the time to really absorb what is happening to you…
Even though we are all born, it’s uncommon for the average person to know very much about birth. We all know it takes 9 months, that it can be painful, and you need a doctor to help you… but that’s about it.
We all know this is a part of life for women, to deal with some form of sexual abuse at some point. What may be less commonly accepted, is that feelings associated with sexual trauma can resurface when a woman is going through pregnancy and giving birth.
If you’re nothing like my great grandmother, you like giving really high quality, practical gifts to people you know they are going to use.
Here is a helpful list of useful, beautiful gifts for people that could actually improve their life– rather than just become built-ridden clutter on a shelf somewhere.