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We passionately share a common vision, which is:
 To safe-keep the ancient craft of midwifery by tending, nourishing and passing on the traditional hands-on midwifery skills which we believe to be a woman’s heritage and birth-rite.

An awareness of ones own inner process is  essential to do this work. We  offer the space and tools to support individual and group process

Sacred-Birthing Training 2020.
'A transformational and life changing journey through Women's Mysteries.'
Advanced Doula Training with Basic Midwifery Skills intrinsically interwoven with
personal development‘

'Calling to women who are dreamers and desire to be  leaders in the emerging paradigm.

 To be protectors and guardians of the ancient craft of birthing.

You will learn traditional and contemporary birthing wisdom, hands on skills to care for woman  alongside a path of woman craft, ceremony and ritual.

This course is designed to challenge  belief systems and ideas, and focus on safely processing personal and collective issues in order for the new culture to dream through us.

Details on training page

click here to see gallery and feedback from last years training.

 • Mentoring and Supervision

 For our Sacred Birthing students:- we offer a comprehensive mentoring programme and the possibility of on-going supervision to sustain your passion and confidence in your practice and support you to continue learning.

For :-

  • Midwives

  • Doulas

  • Birth assistants 

  • Childbirth educators

in the UK and Internationally, offering on-line and face to face sessions focused on supporting practice, de-briefing, birth stories , self-care and reflection.

'Women of the Earth

Receives life.

Cares for life

Births life.'

Carmen Vicente.

Medicine Woman. Bearer of Altars.Head of Dance of the Sun and Spirits.

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Sacred Birthing are:
Fiona Shaw

" My midwifery journey began in 1993 after the birth of my daughter. 

I began working as a lay midwife in Spain in response to women who asked me to accompany them before, during and after their births. 

After returning to England, I trained and worked in the NHS... more

Samara Hawthorn

" My passion for birth-tending began with the birth of my own daughter in 1995. 
I went on to train in Shiatsu at the Zen School in London, and in 2000 began to specialise in Shiatsu for Maternity Care with Suzanne Yates of WellMother and became a WellMother Teacher... more