The Free Birth Podcast

Letting It Be Easy: Anna's Freebirth With Her First Baby

Letting It Be Easy: Anna's Freebirth With Her First Baby

Today on the show we have Anna, who shares her story of saying "yes" to a wild pregnancy and freebirth as a first-time mom. Her deep-rooted trust in the innate intelligence of her body allowed her to experience nearly *zero* fear, as she brought her baby earthside in love, patience, and ease.

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Trusting Placental Birth: Sylvie's Story

Trusting Placental Birth: Sylvie's Story

Today on the show, I'm talking with my friend, Sylvie. Sylvie's first birth with medical midwives left her unpacking the dynamic for months, and questioning her capacity as a mother. Supported by The Free Birth Society Community Membership, she committed to her own healing. Sylvie joyfully welcomed in a wild pregnancy and freebirth with her second baby. In this episode, we discuss physiological placental birth, intuition, and how birth has the capacity to leave us feeling deeply renewed and reborn.

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Emilee Saldaya
"I've Given Birth Thousands of Times": The Radiant Life of Estonia Elizabeth

"I've Given Birth Thousands of Times": The Radiant Life of Estonia Elizabeth

From the fertile land of Costa Rica, today Estonia shares the glorious stories of her two births. In this episode, we discuss Estonia’s spiritual conscious conceptions, the divine initiations of pregnancy as deep shadow work, and embracing the ebb and flow of life as a resilient, powerful, and autonomous single mom.

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Emilee Saldaya
Trusting the Emergence: Christine's Freebirth

Trusting the Emergence: Christine's Freebirth

After a fiery and fast initiation into motherhood, Christine dove into everything "birth" and enrolls in the first round of The Radical Birth Keeper School. Today, she tells us her story of a lifetime of manifesting her motherhood, practicing living in trust, and having the peaceful, casual Friday afternoon freebirth with her second son, that was everything she wanted.

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