As a part of my course, I have my students write about the theories in hypnobirthing and then interview someone who has used it. I have seen great births with this method, though most rarely will call it completely pain … Read More
This book review is a stop on the Virtual Book Tour for The Gift of Giving Life. Book Synopsis(from the author’s web page): The Gift of Giving Life: Rediscovering the Divine Nature of Pregnancy and Birth offers something that no … Read More
Another great response from a student. Love these responses! “I feel that every women has the right to be supported throughout all phases of the birth process.
I love to see the responses from my students for this assignment. They are usually very personal and beautiful, in my opinion. So, I wanted to share some here. (I did get permission first:)).
On April 20, 2013, I will be showing a new film called The Face of Birth here in Maricopa, AZ. For anyone that is interested, it costs $10 and the proceeds will go towards scholarships for my students. You can … Read More
Beginning on March 22, 2013, we will be increasing the price for our monthly course subscription plan. This is in part due to the greater management and accounting required for the convenience of being able to pay for the course … Read More
Ever wonder what the differences were between the different types of midwives? I’ve pulled together some info to help you in figuring that out. Hopefully this will help when choosing which care provider to work with.
As a part of my course, my students are asked to find resources in their area that is related to alternative health care. I thought a list of just basic resources would also be useful, so here’s my list for … Read More
In my course, I teach a different model of labor than the one that is taught almost every where else. It has been my experience that the stages model of labor is not based on good theory or research and … Read More
My husband has been working on some short films lately and we’ve discussed the importance of stories in our lives. It got me to thinking about our birth stories and how many women feel compelled to share over and over … Read More