About Juliana Rose
Juliana is a mother, artist, traveler, empowered birth advocate and student of life. Over the years, her studies have led her to dive deeply into the realms of herbalism, conscious conception and parenting, holistic health, and empowered birth. She feels that birth and motherhood can be one of the most significant experiences of a woman's life and hopes to be an open source of guidance and information for any family seeking support through this incredible transition.
Training and Related Experience
- December, 2007~ Completion of 64 hour birth doula training with The House of La Matrona
- December, 2007~ Completion of 36 hour Homeopathy for the Childbearing Continuum training with House of La Matrona
- July, 2008 ~ Birth of my son
- December, 2008 ~ Attended friend's birth
- April, 2010 ~ Began midwifery training with WomanCraft Midwifery
- January, 2011 ~ Completed birth doula training with Warm Welcome Birth Services and Michelle L'Esperance. Currently completing certification.
- March, 2011 ~ Enrolled in Placenta Benefits placenta encapsulation specialist training. Still in progress. Continued self-education and apprenticeship on the subject of placenta medicine.
- April, 2011 ~ Enrolled in The Healthy Vagina and Cervix correspondence course with herbalist and wise woman Susun Weed. This is a course on holistic care of the vagina and cervix with herbs, nutrition, etc
- June, 2011 ~ Attended the International Herb Symposium, a conference dedicated to herbs and natural healing
- July, 2011 ~ Helped organize and observed doula training in Wilton, NH
- October, 2011 ~ Attended a Council of Women with Whapio of the House of the Matrona Midwifery School. A weekend immersion into life, birth, healing and death.
- November, 2011 ~ Enrolled in Birtharts International childbirth educator training program
- November, 2011 ~ Observing a 5 week Hypnosis for Birth class
- Continued weekly midwifery webinar study with senior midwife, Gloria Lemay
- Continued annual attendance of the Northeast and Southeast Women's Herbal Conferences, conferences dedicated to women's health and well-being through the use of herbs.
- Continued independent education and reading