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Hi,

I'm Anna

A new mom, writer, yoga teacher and Expectful's community guide.

After going through a rough patch in my pregnancy, I starting using Expectful's meditations and they transformed my life so much - that I joined the team shortly after giving birth to my daughter Annabell.

As Expectful Community guide, I've spent over year having intimate discussions with experts in pre and postnatal care, and hundreds of our subscribers about the ups and downs of this time in your life. From relationships, to body image to what it means to feel emotionally and physically supported, and I’ve learned a lot along the way.

Now, I'm bringing these these conversations directly to you so you have the tools to live your best life.

Is it possible to love your birth regardless of how your baby comes into the world?

Anne Margolis believes so and is here to tell us how.

As a midwife for over 20 years, Anne has delivered over 1,000 babies. Through her experience and training as a Registered Nurse, OB/GYN Nurse Practitioner, Licensed Nurse Midwife, Certified Prenatal & Postpartum Yoga Teacher and Clarity Breathwork Practitioner, she has mastered how to help women everywhere feel confident, empowered and relaxed as they approach birth – regardless of where or how they choose to have their baby come into the world.

On today’s episode, Anne is sharing her personal birth stories, how they moved her to transition out of nursing and into midwifery, and why she’s passionate about empowering women through birth.

Discount to Anne’s Love Your Birth course (exclusive for The Expectful Podcast listeners) link here. Use code EXPECTFUL at checkout for %25 off her course.

About Anne Margolis:

Anne Margolis is a Licensed Certified Nurse Midwife, OB/GYN Nurse Practitioner, Certified Yoga Teacher, and Clarity Breathwork Practitioner. She is a 3rd generation guide to mommas birthing babies in her family. Anne has helped thousands of families in her 20+ year midwifery practice and has personally ushered the births of over 1000 healthy babies into the world. She has also guided countless human beings to heal from emotional pain, inner stress and trauma, and reclaim their joyfulness, calm and overall sense of well-being.

Through her online childbirth course ‘Love Your Birth’, her online and in-person midwifery for pregnancy and postpartum support consultations, her birth professional mentoring, her holistic gynecology and Clairty Breathwork offerings she infuses wisdom, compassion, inspiration, and joy into the entire process of women’s healing and wellness from mama-hood to menopause.

Anne’s work, insights and advice have been seen on TV shows and movies including 4 episodes of “A Baby Story” on TLC and the Discovery Channel, and the award winning feature documentary, ‘Orgasmic Birth.’ She has been interviewed for local and national radio programs and podcasts. Anne has also been a featured speaker and expert panelist at distinguished events for Weil-Cornell School of Medicine, the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, RCC State University of New York School of Nursing, and Birthnet Association of Childbirth Professionals and Hudson Valley Birth Network to name a few.

She has midwifed mommas and babies for over two decades, and guides individuals to birth themselves as healthy and whole human beings capable of immense joy and inner peace. Her clients describe her as “passionate, sensitive, big hearted, and a playful ball of light.” When she’s not helping mommas around the world you can find her doing yoga (anywhere and everywhere), dancing, taking or assisting at powerful growth and healing workshops, traveling, enjoying family time and watching comedy.

Where to follow Anne:
Website: Homesweethomebirth.com
Instagram: @homesweethomebirth
Facebook: Home Sweet Home Birth
Love Your Birth Course (use EXPECTFUL code at checkout for 25% off!): Love Your Birth

 

 

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