Introducing Ecstatic Birth

I am thrilled to introduce you to Ecstatic Birth, a movement dedicated to empowering women to ENJOY childbirth!

The seeds of Ecstatic Birth were conceived years ago with my first pregnancy. I desired a birth that would leave me breathless and marveling at my body’s strength, wisdom, and capacity to bring forth life – but I had no idea how to get there. What I discovered was that our culture, our lifestyle, and often, our health care system, do not support us in getting there either.

In order to have an overwhelmingly positive birth experience a woman needs to get really conscious, educated, and TRAIN with her heart, mind and soul.

Three years later I delivered my daughter in a blissful, zen like birth. Four years later, I danced my next daughter into the world in pure ecstasy.

There is so much room for empowerment, pleasure, joy, and ecstasy in birth. More than you can possibly imagine.

Ecstatic Birth is a call to turn our cultural understanding of birth inside out and upside down, to transform our perception of birth from scary to empowering, from painful to pleasurable.

Ready to get started? Join our mailing list to receive our Top Ten Tips for Creating an Ecstatic Birth and book a complimentary training session!

Ecstatic Birth is also live on FacebookTwitter, and Pinterest pushing the boundaries of birth daily.

The way a woman gives birth is intimately intertwined with her approach to life and sensuality. Ecstatic Birth brings together revolutionary teachers in the fields of female health and sensuality to provide concrete information on how a woman can prepare — mind, body, and soul — to put her pleasure and her power front and center during birth. Birth Professionals, pregnant women, and truly, every woman who desires a pregnancy someday should have access to this information NOW.

Ecstatic Birth is a call to put childbirth back on its sacred pedestal and women back into an empowered relationship with their bodies and their experience of birth. If you feel inspired, please help us spread the word by forwarding this post to every expectant and future mama you know.

Lots of love,

Sheila