A woman’s health and vitality is dependent upon the health of her Yoni, which according to indigenous cultures around the world it is believed to be the seat of a woman's soul. It is the gatekeeper of the Divine Feminine Energy, a source of energy that exudes unconditional love for self and others when properly aligned. It is the sacred palace from which a woman is able to actually birth not only human life as we know it, but also creativity, vitality, sensuality, and manifestations of all kinds. It is the bridge between the Spirit and Earth realms. Yoni is the Sanskrit term that is used to describe the vagina/womb and when translated means, "sacred space" and in Hebrew when translated means, “gift of God” ... So then tell me ladies, why are you still doubting our magnificence and power as women? It’s time to wake up Queens!
Below I’ve listed all of the Yoni care services that I currently offer, of which all together work synergistically to provide clean, safe, and effective Sacred Womb Therapy. These multicultural ancient holistic modalities were originally created by our female ancestors specifically for us women to use as tools to assist us with the healing and understanding of our bodies and sacred womb space, both physically and spiritually. So that we may function optimally, grow, evolve, and thrive in the way that our Divine Mother intended us to do so. I carefully customize each service based on your history, specific goals, and needs, which is why prior to booking any of the services listed below you must first book a mandatory Sacred Womb Therapy Consultation (see details in “services and rates” section).
Yoni Steaming aka Bajos o Baños Vaginales (vaginal steaming) has been used historically for thousands of years across the globe especially by the indigenous peoples, as a way to cleanse and treat the female reproductive cavity both physically and energetically by activating and supporting the body’s own healing mechanism via steam. It’s a universal practice without any one clear place of origin. It appears to be a practice that indigenous women from all over the world had developed many years ago for the purposes of postpartum care and treating gynecological concerns. Yoni steaming has been found in; South Korea, Vietnam, China, Indonesia, Cambodia, Japan, Malaysia, Thailand, Turkey, Latvia, Sweden, Italy, Germany, Eritrea, Ghana, Kenya, South Africa, Morocco, Haiti, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, Suriname, Panama, Belize, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Mexico, Navajo Nation, Lakota Nation, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Hawaii.
Today, Yoni steaming is most commonly used by traditional midwives and birth workers for postpartum care right after a woman has given birth. However, it’s also used as a hygiene post-period practice to get any left-over blood and residue out of the vaginal cavity once the period has ended and also to help with gynecological problems such as cramps, fertility issues, infections, fibroids, cysts, dryness, etc. From the first period to post-menopause, it is an important holistic tool for self-care seeing that Yoni steaming helps our bodies to get rid of these issues naturally by supporting our body’s natural healing abilities. It also has energetic/spiritual benefits for those of you whom believe in the Spirits of the herbs. It is a noninvasive all natural herbal hydrotherapy treatment that consists of a powerful yet gentle herb-infused steam that may help with; postpartum care, tightening, PCOS, fibroids, pain, stress relief, endometriosis, PMS/PMDD, menopause, yeast infections, UTI’s, infertility, releasing emotional/energetic blockages, irregular cycles and more.
No, vaginal steaming does NOT hurt and it actually serves as a really good alternative to surgery, artificial medications, and toxic chemicals. It also doesn’t hurt to try to understand that for many women it’s a service that’s more practical, safe, and affordable then mainstream Allopathic medicine. What’s the worst that can happen? That it doesn’t completely eradicate or solve whatever issues you intended it to? Well if that’s what you guessed then you’re right, that’s really the worst that can happen and if you compare that to the risks and complications of today’s mainstream solutions for our Yoni/womb issues then I’d say you’re really not loosing anything at all and if anything gaining more, because regardless you still walk away with great benefits. There's obviously reasons as to why women everywhere have used this modality for thousands of years and there's nothing else that compares to it and as usual science has actually indeed been catching up with theses ancient practices and proving it’s value; various case studies have already shown that Yoni steaming appears to improve symptoms in over 90% of all gynecological problems and shows tremendous potential as an alternative treatment to invasive medical procedures. Thus for coming to the conclusion that Yoni steaming regularly can actually not only result in a much healthier menstrual cycle, but also an overall better sense of well-being.
As a Labor & Postpartum Doula:
• I strongly believe that birth works and that birth is a deeply spiritual and joyful experience that impacts a woman’s entire life.
• I recognize that integration of the mind, body, AND spirit generates a more positive birth experience.
• I see myself as a companion to the birthing mother. I provide her with information that may help her to develop a birth plan prior to the actual birth and I also stay with her throughout her entire labor supporting her mentally, physically, and spiritually as needed. That way she may feel safe and thus able to then focus and allow herself to flow with the birthing process so that she may give birth with ease.
• I understand that emotions and nutrition of the pregnant woman have a great impact on the health of her baby from its life as a fetus well through adulthood.
• I believe that breast milk provides optimum nutrition for the newborn baby and therefore encourage breastfeeding whenever possible.
• I respect the privacy of a laboring woman and her family.
• I’m trained to recognize the progress of labor by observing body physiology, facial expressions, speech, etc.
• I know that my role is to support the social structure of the birthing environment (caregivers, family, friends, etc.) and to meet the emotional needs of the parents by providing suggestions and information when necessary. However, my role is NOT to provide medical support or to make decisions for the expectant parents. I consider myself to be an important member of the birth team and we’re all on the same birth journey together (birthing parents, caregivers, other doulas, etc.) and are all sharing our unique gifts and our deep love of birth and I believe that we can get through it together all the while having mutual respect and cooperation amongst each other #teamworkmakesthedreamwork
• I keep my talking to a minimum, because my actions speak for me. I prefer to remain humble, calm, loving, peaceful, and harmonious, so that the baby can be welcomed into a quiet and loving atmosphere.
• I trust my conscience when responding to events surrounding the birth process and release any fears and expectations of the birth outcome.
• My heart is filled with compassion and I’m prepared to help anyone of any age, race, religion or community. Babies are beings of love and should be met with only one language which is LOVE, the language of the heart.
• I realize that it is important to limit my number of clients so that I can not only create a balance between my own obligations and responsibilities to my family, but also to those that I serve in birth. That way the quality of my service is never compromised.
• I strive to see good, think good thoughts, speak kind words, and to listen to what is good, knowing that only these things can manifest the love needed in a birthing environment. I believe that the ability to love is essential for the health of the body, peace of the mind, and joy of the spirit.