Jan 26
Midwives and Doulas
What is it like to partner with expectant mothers and fathers during the most exciting, confusing, and even scary time of their lives? Listen in as we talk about that and more with midwife, nurse-doula, and founder of Birthwell Los Angeles Doula Service Mariposa Oxenberg, straight from L.A. California!

It is the new year and a great time to be talking about other new experiences, like birth. It's a renaissance of sorts and Mari walks us through the importance of midwives and doulas as we talk about some very surprising things! It's a delightful conversation and one that can be extremely empowering and informative.

Not too sure the difference between a midwife and a doula? Listen in for that and a ton of helpful information about nutrition, emotions, physical support and a whole lot more with Mariposa Oxenberg! And you don't want to miss the exciting new events that Mari has put together that can help you directly from your own home!

For more information about Mari, midwives, doulas, and Birthwell LA please contact info@Birthwell.com, call (424) 256-8727 or email midwifemonday@gmail.com.

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