Kinesiology Workshop at The Farm Midwifery Center

Kinesiology Workshop at The Farm Midwifery Center

Erin Davis has been invited to teach a 2-day kinesiology workshop at The Farm in November 2015. Take this opportunity to visit one of the best locations in the US that is dedicated to the health of mothers and babies. Click here for more information about the workshop.

Growing Healthy Families:
Using Kinesiology for Healthy Pregnancy and Parenthood

The Farm, Tennessee
November 6th – 7th 2015, 9-6pm

Click here to see Pamela Hunt, Director of the Farm Midwifery Programs, talk about the power of kinesiology for expectant mothers and babies.

Click here to see Deborah Flowers CPM, Farm Midwife talk about the benefits of kinesiology for helping women to relax and release fears around birthing their babies.

Kinesiology is a powerful and effective modality to help mothers and babies before, during and after pregnancy. By finding where the mind-body connection is not performing at its best, problems can be pin-pointed and correction techniques applied that are specifically tailored for each woman.

In this kinesiology workshop you will learn practical techniques to help women enjoy their pregnancies and pro-actively prepare themselves for birth and parenthood in a way that no other modality can.

These techniques will include emotional, nutritional, structural/physical, and vibrational methods so that your pregnant clients, relatives or friends can clear blocks that were otherwise hidden, enabling them to feel better prepared and integrated physically, emotionally and mentally for childbirth and parenthood.

This workshop is designed for midwives, midwife assistants, student midwives, doulas, childbirth educators, massage therapists, counselors, pregnant women, and others interested in helping women during pregnancy.

Click here for more information about the workshop.


The Farm Midwifery Center

Celebrating the art and science of spiritual midwifery.

The Farm Midwifery Center offers classes and retreats for midwife assistant students, practicing midwives, beginning midwifery students, doulas and labor and delivery nurses. They strive to teach the skills and knowledge needed to make the birthing environment safe, pleasant and responsive to the needs of women and babies.

Click here for a listing of the workshops being held at The Farm in 2015.