CHRISTCHURCH Search Results: “childbirth”
Mind-Body Connection in the Child-birth Continuum
BY LORNA DAVIES AND KEISHANA COURSEY
@ VOL 27
ON MAY 26, 2016
Midwives Lorna Davies and KeiShana Coursey confront sterotypes of fears of pregnancy, by introducing a new mindfulness approach to pregnancy and child birth. They invite you to take your own mindfulness journey and paradigm shift of he way we look at pregnancy
SITEWIDE Search Results: “childbirth”
Christchurch Art Gallery
May 26, 2016
Charline McCombs Empire Theatre
Aug 23, 2016
That Crowning Moment
BY EMILY CHARETTE
@ VOL 6
ON DEC 17, 2014
Emily Charette, designer, entreprenuer, wife and mother of two, shares three generations of birthing stories, and in the process suggests that maybe women aren't telling themselves an accurate story about childbirth at all. In fact, she asserts that women are stronger than they even know.
A Sherpa for Your Birth
BY BARBARA STEPPE
@ VOL 18
ON FEB 11, 2016
In this presentation, Barbara Steppe explores the world's oldest profession! Not that one...the other oldest profession - helping women to birth their babies. And that is a doula: a woman who provides emotional and physical support to a mother in her childbearing year. FreeSpirit Birth is the name of her doula practice and her intention is to awaken her community - one with a less than desirable set of birth statistics - to a very simple, tried & true way to improve birth outcomes and emotional satisfaction.
BY JULIANA OYIADZO
@ VOL 18
ON APR 18, 2017
Juliana Oyiadzo, who is from Ghana and is currently doing an MSc in Global Health and management at the University of Aberdeen. She will focus on stillbirths in developing countries. Kathleen Lamont is a PhD student at the University of Aberdeen. Contrary to public opinion stillbirth remains a major public health issue in high-income countries. Kathleen is looking at the risk of recurrent stillbirth in women delivering in high-income countries.
Prasava Sutra Birth
BY KATE PRENDERGAST
@ VOL 3
ON SEP 09, 2017
Kate Prendergast is a midwife who has worked on four continents seven countries.A year working in a Birth Center in India inspired a series of watercolors that show the variety and richness of the human birth experience. ChildBirth when supported by the Midwifery Model shows a glimpse of the power and intimacy of the first moment.
BY BETH TAYLOR
@ VOL 21
ON MAR 01, 2018
Beth Taylor asks:
How do parents form bonds with their children?
Why on earth do women go through childbirth more than once?
Why is it more common for women to want to cuddle after sex than men?
How can I make other people give me their money?
How can I make people trust me more?
Why does my mum love the dog more than me?
When can I legally play with a woman’s nipples?
If you want to know the answers to any of these age old questions, and more, watch this talk!