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Everyday Revolutions is a podcast created for YOU. Whether you're kicking butt in life and health and looking to stay inspired, or whether you're struggling and need hope, support and ACTIONABLE advice to reclaim your health, happiness and purpose, we've got some awesome content for you. If you are looking for inspiration, motivation, and ACTIONABLE tips during your daily commute, workout, or "me" time, Dr. Alain Desaulniers delivers. Each episode brings you Dr. Alain breaking down and discussing relevant topics to help you create a personal revolution, and/or a revealing interview with experts in areas of health, nutrition, fitness, personal development or success. WE dive into it all: failures, AH-HA moments, successes, lifestyle strategies, life hacks and much more. Each episode will equip you with priceless resources and action steps empower you to create REVOLUTIONS in your life!
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Feb 26, 2016

Gloria Lemay - How to Give Birth

Gloria Lemay is a lecturer, midwifery educator and traditional birth attendant in Vancouver, BC, Canada. She specializes in VBAC and waterbirth. She has served birthing women since 1976 and is an advisory board member of ICAN and the Canadian Doula Association. Gloria has three grown daughters and one teenage granddaughter. She wants her tombstone to read, “She spoke up for babies.”

Big Ideas talked about during the episode

  • Why giving birth at home is safer
  • Birth as an extraordinary experience, and not a medical emergency
  • Gloria's birth story
  • How to shift your mindset to ensure an awesome birth
  • What's so great about the woman's body?

Resources and Links

Book mentioned: Scientification of Love by Michel Odent, MD

Gloria Lemay

Wise Woman Way of Birth - Gloria Lemay on natural birth, breastfeeding, and other womanly matters

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