I'm a Mother, a Postpartum care advocate, and I walk with women in birth work.
After the free birth of my son, in a fire-lit cottage one afternoon in England with just me and my partner, I became a mother.
Despite all the self-work I had done before having a child, after giving birth, I found that nothing applied to my experience as a Mother.
I had all the insights, tools, self-help books, and gurus online, but I found nothing that helped me with what I was experiencing.
Part of my journey is to understand the missing pieces culturally that we are deprived of as Mothers today.
My most recent training has been with Rachelle Garcia as an Innate postpartum practitioner. I experienced a lack of clarity during my own postpartum experience. I had intrusive thoughts, difficult emotions and little guidance.
Having a woman that was there to walk with me through my journey before and after birth would have helped me to thrive in my mothering experience, and that is why I choose to be there for mothers.