My Birth work takes many forms.

I teach classes on embodiment practices for labor, lecture at universities on the role of doulas in our health care systems, teach community movement classes and workshops on resilience strategies for care providers, and am a member of a multidisciplinary arts collective. For me, birth work means nurturing community through education, advocacy, creativity, and joyful movement.

Guest lecturer at Temple University School of Public Health. Giving a talk called “Outsiders on the Inside: The Role of Doulas in a Broken Maternity Care System”, March 2019.

Guest lecturer at Temple University School of Public Health. Giving a talk called “Outsiders on the Inside: The Role of Doulas in a Broken Maternity Care System”, March 2019.

Deep Listening Movement & Vocal Workshop for Childbirth and New Parenting. Sharing tools to access a deeper sense of embodiment during labor.

Deep Listening Movement & Vocal Workshop for Childbirth and New Parenting. Sharing tools to access a deeper sense of embodiment during labor.

Featured in article about Inner Circle Midwifery’s mission to increase access to homebirth midwifery care.

Featured in article about Inner Circle Midwifery’s mission to increase access to homebirth midwifery care.

Member of the  Hungry Mothers Collective,  a transdisciplinary collective for land based creative practice.

Member of the Hungry Mothers Collective, a transdisciplinary collective for land based creative practice.

Teaching  Resilient Bodies for Care Providers  for the Creative Resilience Collective, a workshop sharing somatic tools to mental health care providers, February 2019.

Teaching Resilient Bodies for Care Providers for the Creative Resilience Collective, a workshop sharing somatic tools to mental health care providers, February 2019.

Contact Improvisation teacher.

Contact Improvisation teacher.