Holding Space: With Women in the Labyrinth

By likening the birth experience to a labyrinth, where each woman, with each birth, must make a new journey, one can begin to envision the depth of the voyage a woman makes during labor and birth. The deep twists and stark turns, the dark and the light, the opening and the closing.

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About Author: Erica Andrews

Erica Andrews is an anthropologist, storyteller, and midwife who is passionate about life, female empowerment, keeping birth sacred, oxytocin magic, and the cultural blending of nature and nurture. In her rare moments of free time she likes to pair words with images, a visual journal of sorts. Follow her on Instagram @laughing.moon to read more.

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