Here at Birthing Freedom, we hold the highest intentions of professional, personalized support and education. Our job is to help you feel supported, grounded, educated and encouraged throughout your entire experience, regardless of your plans for a natural or a medical centered birth. We go above and beyond to nurture a gentle and informed birth culture by offering complimentary info sessions and workshops at our local clinics and resource centers. "The pregnant person is the ultimate decision maker in her own process. This means that when informed she is the best expert in choosing what is best for her." "It is important to collaborate with the partner's participation and not to diminish it."
Freedom is a process of cultivating empowerment in individuals through the discovery, pursuit, and unfolding of body-centered potential, a journey that begins within. Our understanding of freedom in childbirth is that it is a sensation that comes from nurturing a trusted connection with one's sovereign, intuitive and wild nature.
Acting from a place of empowerment is the ability to make decisions that best suits your desires and needs in alignment with your goals and values. Empowerment is when you know, feel and trust your incredible potential! My job is to support people in connecting with their whole being, and nurturing and trusting this potential.
I do this work because, with my own experiences and with many years of research and observation, I've concluded that the ability for people to feel confident and to thrive in their incredible potential is frequently impeded and prevented by fear. I help people work through their fears, doubts and apprehensions, which stem from both internal and external sources. I help people by nurturing their confidence and embracing their awareness of their power of choice as the major source for their ultimate well being and capacity to thrive in life. "Everyone is entitled to informed consent* and freedom of choice."
Informed Consent:When there is a clear appreciation and understanding of the facts, implications and consequences of an action. Click below to read our latest blog post about informed consent & refusal
Learning to listen to your body, like learning any language, takes time, commitment and practice.