Yesterday I attended a workshop with Kathleen Kendall-Tackett at SEAHEC’s 2014 Breast Feeding Summit entitled “Hot Topics in Breastfeeding: Disparities, Depression, Obesity, Sexual Trauma, and Sleep.” Some of the topics, including trauma and the effects on the physical body were so similar to what I have learned with Koaverii Weber in the 500-hour training. Until we start addressing trauma when talking about bodily experiences such as yoga, birth and breastfeeding, we are really missing out on the big… >> learn more.
Ganapati or Ganesha, the Hindi elephant god, represents the removal of all obstacles and provision of auspiciousness. Through intuitive therapy and alternative healing tools, I aim to remove blockages and stagnated thought patterns so mental clarity can shine through.
Stemming from the traditional Greek word meaning “slave” or “servant,” a doula is a woman who holds the space for vulnerability. Whether it’s mothering a mother through childbirth or walking with an individual as she/he gives birth to a new self, doula workers simply hold space for transitional periods.