Birthwork Mentorship Circle
Sunday, January 31st | 1pm-2:30pm PST/ 4pm-5:30pm EST
*1.5hr gathering will be held via Google Meet
*Live captioning will be available
*This workshop is open to folks of all identities & positions within reproductive care.
Limited space available! Only 15 spots remain. Registration will close once full.
With the New Year comes a new launch of the Birthwork Mentorship Circle!
We invite you to share space with other birth & postpartum workers every last Sunday of the month for connection, community, and guidance around cultivating sustainable, intersectional & liberational approaches to birthwork.
Whether you have questions about current clients, setting up your business, or you just want to be in a space with others on this journey, we would love for you to join us.
- A Google account is required to access the Google Meet link and can be made for free.
- Neither the meeting nor the captions will be recorded.
Keelia Alder (she/they) has always loved birth. Her mom was a childbirth educator, so she was lucky enough to grow up with expectant parents practicing breathing techniques and birthing positions in their living room every Tuesday night. Becoming a doula was the most natural thing in the world for Keelia, and they've loved every second of it since she began birth work in 2015. As part of the birth justice movement, Keelia believes that all parents deserve an empowering and celebrated birth experience regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, class, sexuality, body type, family structure or beliefs. www.DoulaKeelia.com
Brooke Patmor (they/them) is a full-time, full-spectrum birth worker working in occupied Olohne territory otherwise known as the San Francisco Bay Area. As a queer, fat, non-binary person themselves, Brooke is dedicated to offering inclusive care with a trauma-informed, anti-racist, and social justice framework. They support people through ALL birth outcomes including abortion, miscarriage, and stillbirth and welcome people of all identities and family structures- recognizing the added challenges of navigating the birth and postpartum world as a queer-identified person or someone with other marginalized identities. www.borncollectivesf.com
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