Turning Your Womb Trauma into Truimph
with Aremisa Hailey
What is womb trauma? How is womb trauma be identified? In addition to answering these questions, we discsuss the various ways womb trauma can affect our lives and our health – and what we can do to heal. Womb Trauma can happen to anyone. It affects an entire family AND community. Unfortunately, it’s incredibly common, but that doesn’t make it normal. No Nation can raise higher than their woman. We are the center of the family unit. We are the creatresses. If our womb isn’t right, the entire household feels it – and the community, for generations.
Aremisa is known as the Indigenous Doula, and is a womb healing specialist, birth doula, community herbalist, teacher and businesswoman. She has been serving the Dallas-Fort Worth area for the past 16 years in various community projects. Aremisa has always been dedicated to the empowerment of expecting mothers, helping to create stronger family units within her community. She is co-owner of Indigenous Remedies, which is the premier educational resource for herbal, holistic, and earth sciences and education. Visit her website!
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Yoga & Ayurveda for Fertility
Sarah Louisignau is a CAPPA trained Doula, focusing on Yoga + Ayurvedic practices to serve her clients with ancient wisdoms. She also is a Thai Yoga massage therapist, Pelvis Empowerment advocate and has trained in Maya Abdominal Massage. She teaches and sees clients in Golden, Colorado.