The uterus knows how to let go of a pregnancy. Support the process with traditional midwifery practices and herbal medicine.
Death and birth are the cycle of fertility. With every bleed we release.
Holistic support for your miscarriage at home for pregnancies 12 weeks or less. A combination of herbal medicine, nutrition, supplements and/or medication are used to support your process of pregnancy release and recovery.
The care is provided over two visits. At the first visit we will discuss pregnancy release options, medical history and personal beliefs so you can make an informed empowered plan. Blood work will be performed as needed. We will review what to expect, safety time lines and warning signs.
The second visit is after the completion of the miscarriage to review your physical healing process and hold space to honor your experience. Herbs that support emotional recovery and resiliency will be offered. Medication is offered for Rh negative blood type. Resources, email support and referral network included.
$200 / 60min *fee is per visit
Traditional holistic support for pregnancy termination. A thorough discussion of procedure options and using herbal medicine to prepare your body for pregnancy release and postpartum healing. We will review what to expect, ways to support healing and recovery and how to prepare body, mind and soul. Every pregnancy ending is similar to labor, which includes a physical & spiritual preparation, an active phase, letting go and closing. Through empowerment of the process, suffering and trauma are not inherent with this experience. People have terminated pregnancies since the dawn of time and had the wisdom of how to do so. You will be shown ways to connect with your innate uterine wisdom as a connection to your ancestors, source energy, creation, destruction and renewal, deepening your resources of support.
Please note, we do not perform abortion services. Referrals to clinics for services is provided.
$150 / 60min
"There aren't women who have abortions and women who have babies;
they are the same women at different points in their lives.”
- Rachel Atkins, PA-C, Women's Health Care Provider