How can we engage with our bodies, be embodied, and experience birth in a more empowered way?
In this episode, Dr. Aviva Romm discusses embodied birth as the new epidural and how it can be a beneficial option for some women. She shares her insights about birth as a sexual experience and the importance of the feeling whole and connected in our bodies during this experience. Dr. Aviva breaks down different options for childbirth and the importance of honoring all choices when it comes to birthing. Listen and enjoy!
Dr. Aviva Romm is a midwife, herbalist, and Yale-trained MD, Board Certified in Family Medicine with Obstetrics. A practitioner, teacher, activist, and advocate of both environmental health and women’s reproductive rights and health, she has been bridging the best of traditional medicine, total health ecology, and good science for over three decades. She’s a long-time home birth pioneer and birth activist. Her company’s philanthropic arm, DharmaMoms, provides funding for organizations working toward reproductive justice and birth equity in high-risk obstetric communities.
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“Enjoy your body sexually to the extent that you feel physically comfortable.” – Dr. Aviva Romm
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