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This website is especially for you if you are in your reproductive or early parenthood years, interested in women’s health, a birth worker, a health professional, or a student midwife.
These are accounts of my experience as a woman exploring the world of procreation, endlessly fascinated by the thin membrane that distinguishes dis-ease from health, ecstasy from mourning, grief from praise, and life from death.
Conception planning & pregnancy are extra juicy times with huge opportunity for self-discovery and healing on emotional and somatic levels. All we need to do is open the windows this process provides. I have supported thousands of mothers and fathers on their birth journeys to do just that.
I hope to give you insights, ideas and inspirations to get you extra curious about life, become informed consumers, to know your rights and then embrace the outcomes of our choices.
Lets live the juiciest lives possible!
Looking forward to sharing together.
Craniosacral therapy was a wonderful way to relax ~ to have time just for myself. I became aware of the self healing ability of my body. Each time when I left Reds healing hands I could feel my body working more smoothly.
I’m very grateful that I met Red and I enjoyed and appreciated her visits a lot! She helped and supported me during the first months; I don’t know what I would have done without her! She has a great personality and an excellent knowledge about babies, breastfeeding and all other related topics.
I love her nature-based approach and I can fully recommend her to all other mums-to-be! I love your personality, you are always calm and relaxed, friendly and open, not stressed or under time pressure. I … Read more
I liked the way Red presented the concept that pain during birth is OK, and even beneficial! The hypnobirthing book seems to give the impression that all hypnobirths ‘should’ be painless.
As a dad I liked Red’s upfront teaching style-honest, direct, with humor which further increased my awareness of my role in the process. Most books or programs do not really address the role of the dad in a meaningful way. Energetic, upfront, and frank in her views about the birthing process while remaining respectful and diplomatic.
I was in the Nepal earthquake on the 25th of April 2015. My nervous system was compromised from experiencing over 130 + aftershocks in 4 days and as a result I wasn’t sleeping more than a few hours per night.
After my first CST session I was able to sleep through the entire night. What a relief… Thanks Red.
We loved Reds charisma and personality... she talks about pregnancy and giving birth with such an enthusiasm that you can feel how much she cares about the mommies and the babies – and also about the daddies!!!
For the mommy ~ she makes you feel that you are going to experience something extraordinary and that you can do it all by yourself! That your body is a temple that is designed for giving birth and that there is nothing to fear! And I was surprised to discover about myself in labor that I … Read more
Refresher class: I liked most that I was able to ‘debrief’ our previous birth experience. It also gave me confidence to hear what we can do better (differently) next time, and that perhaps once the little hiccups (logistics) are resolved, we have what it takes to make the next time much smoother.
Our two biggest discoveries in our refresher class with Red was the vocalization techniques and that the doula’s role is to support the decisions of the parents and (not make decision for them) thu… Read more
Midwife led care for us was absolutely the right decision, we loved it and it made the whole pregnancy, birth and postnatal period so enjoyable because we had total confidence in you. We both found you so supportive and genuinely caring, much more so than we experienced at hospitals. There are loads of things that we loved about it all, so it’s hard to pin down some specifics but some of the things we loved best about it were:
– That it was always very positive and we had total confidence in you… Read more
What we liked most about the classes was that there was active discussion and videos of positive, beautiful births to really counter all of the negative, screaming images that we see and can easily become hard-wired into our sub-conscious.
I also really liked that it wasn’t a really dogmatic approach, and you kept stressing that Hynobirthing can be done in hospitals, even if you end up getting a c-section or whatever, you can keep the principles in your mind, but crucially you haven’t FAILED… Read more
The Hypnobirthing classes made me discover that it’s possible to have really calm, positive births. I know that sounds weird but the only person I knew before that who had had a positive birth experience was (luckily for me,) my Mum. But other than that, I’d only ever heard horror stories and I’d never seen any positive birth footage or discussion, it always seemed to be something to be endured/ feared.
Also that you can ‘train’ for a positive birth. I can’t think of another way to put it.… Read more
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Can you imagine having one of your twins in the car on the way to the birth center?
This mamma did!
Remembering my first car park birth center birth :)
A memory that tugs my heart towards being back somewhere in the world where midwives and birth centers are the norm and mums have plenty of options of how and where to have their babies.
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New birth story. Birth of twins. Here you see mom and dad with Baby A who was born in the car before arriving to the birth center. #birthwithoutfear Part 1: birthwithoutfearblog.com/2016/09/27...