Midwifery and Women’s Empowerment

Via on Jan 11, 2012

 

My son Rudi was lucky enough to have a natural birth and to grow up on a permaculture farm/yoga center (adiyoga.com) in Thailand

Ina May Gaskins, renowned midwife, speaks eloquently and powerfully about women, natural birthing, cesarian births, corporate greed, patriarchy and more. Please share this important speech.

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About Yogi Michael Boyle

Michael Boyle, also known as Yogi, is training to be a DHARMA INC Acarya as student of Dharma Bodhi (Adi Yoga). Yogi is a graduate of DHARMA INC's , seven year, “Tantrik Yoga Studies Program” as well as JFK’s masters psychology program. He is a certified Sauhu Therapy Counselor, Primal Ayuveda Health Advisor, Śakta-Śaiva Dharma Teacher and Adi-Yoga Teacher. In 2010, he founded Energy of Mind Holistic Counseling, which offers counseling through the lens of yoga, ayurveda, meditation, etc. all within the context of psychological insight and understanding.

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2 Responses to “Midwifery and Women’s Empowerment”

  1. Lorin Arnold Lorin says:

    Of six natural birth experience, the one that I certainly felt most empowered during was my only midwife experience.

    Posted to Elephant Family on Facebook

    Lorin Arnold
    Blogger at The VeganAsana
    Associate Editor for Elephant Food
    Co-Editor for Elephant Family

  2. [...] one point, I was afraid, but of what, I didn’t know. My midwife reassured me to allow that emotion to happen, to release, that “even if you feel afraid, the baby [...]

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