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Restoring the Ancient Knowledge of the Postpartum with Rachelle Garcia Seliga

October 15, 2015

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In this episode of Taking Back Birth, I talk with Rachelle Garcia Seliga about restoring the ancient knowledge of the postpartum. For more information about the Indie Birth Midwifery Conference, visit http://www.indiebirth.com/conference.

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  1. Wow! Thank you so much. This was an amazing interview, so much to learn. I’m intrigued and exited.
    I really hope I’ll be able to join the conference and meet you both in person.
    Through many detours in my life, my path is about to bring me into the postpartum world! I slowly see and start understanding the importance of this sacred time, which all too often seems to be neglected.
    That I randomly came across this podcast is one more sign that fits the puzzle. So, Thank you for inspiring me and showing me: I’m on the right path.
    Rachelle, your tears moved me. I also feel the importance and sacredness of this topic.
    There is no need to hide this information. Speak out loud, we need to hear you.
    It t is vulnerable to speak such great wisdom! You have the gift to share. Please do.
    I’m currently a Birth Doula and aspiring Postpartum Doula and Holistic Health Coach In Sacramento, California. I’m a second year midwifery student at the National Midwifery Institute; Elizabeth Davis was my teacher in the past year. I’m a birth and women’s rights activist and found my passion and calling in the world of birthing. So much change is needed!
    xo Ilka

  2. Shadae says:

    I completely agree with Ilka above. Thank you so much for your work!

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