Join us starting in January for our Pregnancy Support + Ceremony Circle at Moon + Womb, led by Geneva Montano, CPM.
Each pregnancy support circle has time for movement, meditation, teachings about pregnancy, birth, or parenting, expression, and parent blessings. Each one will be different, each one is created by the community present.
This circle is for women looking to link the connection between their spiritual experience and medical experience while pregnant. We encourage you to explore different techniques to connect to your divine body and your divine baby.
Vitals and fetal stats are checked before or after circle for those needing prenatal care. Pregnancy support circles led by community midwives and doulas are open to anyone by donation (no one turned away), not just our clients! Complementary prenatal care available to those in need.
Immediately following our March 10th circle, Geneva will be offering CPR certification and recertification! Birthworkers, nannies, teachers are all welcome to come!
More info about prenatals/homebirth midwifery care available at www.sacredbirthdenver.com
Geneva is a Colorado native and a mother of four children born from 2000-2009, two in the hospital, two at home. She has a BA in foreign language. Geneva became interested in birth work while pregnant with her first child. She became a Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educator in 2004, a DONA certified birth doula in 2005, postpartum doula in 2006, a CPR instructor in 2010, a and was certified in sacred womb massage and birth art in 2016. She took a two year beginning midwifery course from 2006-2008 and had two midwifery apprenticeships from 2010-2015 with two Denver area midwives. She (finally!) earned her CPM in 2016. Geneva has attended over 350 hospital births as a doula and approximately 150 homebirths as a primary or assistant midwife. She is BLS and NRP certified.
Geneva enjoys travel, painting, dance and yoga as well as exploring nature and spirituality both alone and with her friends and family. She has explored many paths of spirituality and has a deep personal practice and love of all things divine. She both leads and attends women's circles monthly, holds family ceremonies for the equinox and solstice, and offers community and private healing sessions. She considers herself a life-long learner and enjoys many classes on various healing modalities as well as social, racial, and reproductive justice. She completed a Spirit Medicine Apprenticeship in 2017. Geneva is thrilled to be a part of offering a sacred and accessible option for birthing people in Colorado.
March 10th 2-4pm
~by donation, no one turned away~