Episode: The Birth & Midwifery Episode with Ina May Gaskin, author of Spiritual Midwifery


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The Birth & Midwifery Episode with Ina May Gaskin, author of Spiritual Midwifery
Ina May Gaskin has been an internationally recognized leader in advocating for Spiritual Midwifery, which is the title of her first book, initially published in 1976, now in its 4th edition. Ina May is an author, activist and advocate whose spiritual insights and empowerment have been part of the incredible exploration which is The Farm, the spiritual-based intentional community in Tennessee, founded in the early 1970's. Her newest book Guide To Childbirth, published in 2003, continues Ina May's quest to educate and raise awareness, empowering women to choose the birthing that will give them the deepest health, connection and well-being. With a midwife's care, both parent and child will experience more satisfying connections that will last far after the photo birth announcements are sent out to friends and family. Music featured on this program includes: Cat's In The Cradle - Harry Chapin Samba De Janeiro - Bellini Wonderful Baby - Don McLean Five Moms & Three Dads - Tom Hunter Original Air Date: 07/30/2006

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