It’s no secret that the path to postpartum healing can be long and arduous. The time after birth should be observed as a sacred bonding time between mom and baby. This is a time for deep care and rest for the new mother, given that you just spent the last several months growing […]
Lactation Bars–By Leticia Grosz
If you’ve ever had lactation cookies, you already know they are delicious. They’re also a great way to make a treat for new parents, whether or not they’re chestfeeding. They’re filling, satisfy cravings and can add some really healthy ingredients to boost the immune system and milk production. Amy brought lactation bars […]
Yoni Steaming–By Meghan Coleman
While some are pretty familiar with this topic, yoni steaming is still pretty niche. It even gets a sideways eye and sometimes a hard no from the medical community. But for anyone curious to dive a little deeper I want to share what exactly it is, a little history behind it, and the many […]
Closing the Bones-A Postpartum Ritual
The Closing of the Bones ceremony acknowledges the immense changes a woman has undergone in pregnancy and childbirth and assists in bringing her spirit back into her own body. Physically, it guides her bones back into place, helps her pelvic organs shift and her uterus to shrink back down, and stimulates blood flow. Women who are honored in this way experience a sense of calm and grounding, re-establishing her sense of self.