Stay Human

From synthetic food and hormones, talk of artificial wombs, the shrinking human skeleton, and millions of babies born in an environment void of natural oxytocin… birth seems to be at risk of being hijacked at every turn. Physiological birth is absolutely about autonomy and respecting the natural unfolding of birth, but it also ensures our Read more about Stay Human[…]

Leaving a Legacy of Generational Health

“Under the watchful eye of grandmothers and midwives, special foods and preparations proved themselves effective at creating children who could learn faster and grow stronger that the generation before. Children who, naturally, would grow to become parents themselves, able to form their own sets of observations and conclusions about the way the world works and Read more about Leaving a Legacy of Generational Health[…]

Speech and Communication

Did women also develop the spoken language? From the earliest hunting-and-gathering times, we know that the men spent long, silent, and often solitary days away on the hunt. It takes silence to track animals. Meanwhile, the women worked collectively in or near the camp, surrounded by children, talking and singing. Language must have developed in Read more about Speech and Communication[…]

Nurturing through Nourishment

Few of us can look at the state of the world and not feel despair. The breakdown of the family unit sets up the breakdown of a firm system of values, including caretaking. And when families no longer take care of their own, other social structures must fill the gap. Joseph Chilton Pearce, in Evolution’s Read more about Nurturing through Nourishment[…]

Traditional Foods + Herbal Medicine for Birth Workers

You will walk away from this 8 week mentorship program with the tools and resources to completely transform and expand your birth services. You’ll develop the confidence to work with herbs, traditional foods and holistic remedies to support mothers throughout the childbearing continuum. You’ll get: – 8 weeks of coaching, mentoring, and teachings – Access Read more about Traditional Foods + Herbal Medicine for Birth Workers[…]

Opening timelines for postpartum healing

So many women tell me how they wish they would’ve known about the art of traditional postpartum care when they were having babies. There is grief around the not having. There is shame around the not knowing. There is a longing to have a do-over. There often feels like there are loose ends that need Read more about Opening timelines for postpartum healing[…]