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PRESENT

BUMPS BIRTHS BABIES
HOLISTIC HEALTH CONFERENCE
23-28 MARCH 2015
Join us, the Red Tent Mums, as we interview some incredible speakers from Australia and around the world on the important topics of pregnancy, birth, breastfeeding and motherhood. Sign up to our holistic health conference and you’ll receive FREE access to 21 interviews with inspiring and dedicated women who are experts in their field and have so much goodness to share.

Hear about the science, discover new techniques and uncover ancient ones. Nurture your pregnancy, realise your birth potential and discover delicious motherhood.

By registering for this conference, you are joining our Red Tent Mums community and we'll also be in touch about future events and opportunities to support you as a mum.

* very limited seating - only 200 spots for each webinar we do... *

March 23 – 28

Daily from 10am AEDT

Where?

Online

Free gifts

Just for signing up

15 Experts

21 interviews
What You Will Learn On This Transformational Series
Science
Learn from our experts what the latest research and scientific reviews are telling us about birth and mothering.
New techniques
Learn techniques for your pregnancy, birth and baby that really work and help you to deeply connect and develop your intuition.
Ancient knowledge
Women have been doing this for millenia! Tap into this wealth of powerful wisdom.

YOUR 3 FREE GIFTS
SIMPLY FOR SIGNING UP
Free Gift 1 – Your Guide to a Natural Induction
by Red Tent Mums, Rebecca & Naomi

Free Gift 2 – E-Book: Gentle Birth Gentle Mothering
by Dr Sarah Buckley

Free Gift 3 – E-Book: The Simple Home by Jodi Wilson

THE EXPERTS
YOUR MENTORS FOR THIS CONFERENCE
Day 1 – Monday 23th March
Interview 1
Debra Pascali-Bonaro
Orgasmic Birth: Part 1 – Moving from pain to power.
Date: 23rd March      Time: 10am AEDT 

Debra Pascali-Bonaro is the director of the award-winning documentary, Orgasmic Birth: The Best-Kept Secret, co-writer of Orgasmic Birth: Your Guide to a Safe, Satisfying and Pleasurable Birth Experience, and the creator of the revolutionary Pain to Power Online Childbirth Experience. She is a Lamaze International Childbirth Educator and a DONA International Doula trainer.

Learn

How to move from pain to power.

Discover

How to move and dance your baby into your arms.

Find Out

What Orgasmic Birth is all about and why so many people are talking about it around the world!
Interview 2
Dr Sarah Buckley
Heavenly Hormones: Part 1 – Learn how your body’s birthing hormones promote safety, ease and pleasure for you and your baby.
Date: 23rd March      Time: 11am AEDT 

Dr Sarah Buckley is a GP, mother of four home-born children, lecturer on pregnancy, birth and parenting and author of the best-selling book Gentle Birth. Gentle Mothering. She has a special interest in childbearing hormones and authored the report Hormonal Physiology of Childbearing. Sarah encourages us to listen to our hearts and instincts, and to take our rightful place as the real experts on our bodies, babies and families.

Learn

How incredible your hormones are, what they are and how they can help you birth beautifully.

Discover

The impacts of some common maternity care interventions and how to optimise Mother Nature’s superb design for you and your baby.

Find Out

What millions of years of evolution has been telling us and how that is now being backed up by science.
Interview 3
Pinky McKay
Parenting by Heart – Restoring the confidence to nurture as your intuition is calling you.
Date: 23rd March       Time: 12 noon AEDT 

Pinky McKay is an international Board Certified Lactation Consultant and best-selling author of Sleeping Like a Baby, 100 Ways to Calm the Crying, Toddler Tactics and Parenting By Heart. Pinky is a keynote speaker and media guest specialising in gentle parenting styles that honour natural mothering instincts. She conducts teleseminars and webcasts to provide tips on gentle, responsive baby care.

Learn

How breastfeeding, infant sleep and mother-infant attachment are inextricably, biologically linked – what is the evidence and what does this mean for you and your baby?

Discover

Gentle options to nurture your baby that encourage breastfeeding, secure parent-infant attachment and optimum infant mental health and how this has life-long effects.

Find Out

How to trust your baby, your intuition and the powerful connection between you and your child so that you can nurture with confidence.
Day 2 – Tuesday 24th March
Interview 4
Gail Tully
Easier Childbirth with Spinning Babies: Part 1 – Breech & posterior positions.
Date: 24th March       Time: 10am AEDT 

Gail Tully is the Spinning Babies Lady, a midwife from Minnesota. For 20 years she managed a small homebirth practice and organised active community doula program development in hospitals and non-profits in Minneapolis and St Paul. Gail is now devoted to developing Spinning Babies and her other areas such as belly mapping and resolving shoulder dystocia. Gail became a CPM in 2000 and still enjoys being called in to stalled labours and breech births. Her vision is to provide easier birth by supporting the causes of good fetal positioning.

Learn

A technique that a woman can do to help balance and align her pregnant and birthing body.

Discover

Your innate birthing ability within your body – even if you are a modern city dweller.

Find Out

What it really means to spin your baby.
Interview 5
Rhea Dempsey
Attitudes to Pain and How They Can Affect Your Birth.
Date: 24th March       Time: 11am AEDT 

Rhea Dempsey is an independent birth educator and attendant, birth counsellor and author. Rhea's involvement in birth has spanned 36 years working with pregnant women and their partners in home and hospital settings. She is respected as one of Australia's foremost thinkers on the topic of working with pain in childbirth and its connection to normal physiological birthing.

Learn

What the different attitudes are, where they come from and how to deal with them.

Discover

What to do when you have a crisis of confidence mid-birth.

Find Out

The best birth support for you and why the research you do before birth could be the most influential of your life.
Interview 6
Professor Hannah Dahlen
Is Society Being Reshaped by the Way Women Give Birth? Part 1 – The Ripple Effect: Understanding the long- and short-term impacts of birth experiences.
Date: 24th March       Time: 12 noon AEDT 

Hannah Dahlen is a Professor of Midwifery at the University of Western Sydney, and former National President of the Australian College of Midwives. Hannah is also an eligible midwife. Her research is widely published and she is a well-respected keynote speaker. In 2012 she was named in the Sydney Morning Herald’s list of “100 people who change our city for the better”.

Learn

How your body’s good bacteria is vital to your baby’s health.

Discover

The research surrounding best outcomes for mothers and babies in public, private and home birth settings.

Find Out

How the way we birth affects us and our babies' health and wellbeing for generations.
Interview 7
Rebecca Mar Young & Naomi Abeshouse Benko
Natural Steps to Prepare for Birth – Practical tools for stress reduction, optimal positioning, energy boosting and cervical ripening.
Date: 24th March       Time: 1pm AEDT 

Rebecca Mar Young & Naomi Abeshouse Benko are the Red Tent Mums. They’re authors of the forthcoming book Hands-on Birth – Eastern Wisdom & Acupressure for a Beautiful Birth. They’re acupuncturists and herbalists who are experts on women’s health, pregnancy, birth and motherhood. Rebecca is a yoga teacher and Naomi is a doula. Together they are passionate about changing the face of birth for women, one birth at a time. They run the Red Tent Mums Health Centre in Sydney’s Bondi Beach, focused on women and children. They teach online programs to mums on pregnancy, birth and children’s health as well as teaching accredited (ACM and ACNM) programs to midwives all around the world.

Learn

How to best support your body and your baby in the lead-up to birth.

Discover

How acupressure and acupuncture can be vital for good preparation.

Find Out

When is the right time to start this process and what's involved.
Day 3 – Wednesday 25th March
Interview 8
Dr Sarah Buckley
Heavenly Hormones: Part 2 – How your body's postnatal hormones prime you for motherhood and how you can make the best of them.
Date: 25th March       Time: 10am AEDT 

Dr Sarah Buckley is a GP, mother of four home-born children, lecturer on pregnancy, birth and parenting and author of the best-selling book Gentle Birth. Gentle Mothering. She has a special interest in childbearing hormones and authored the report Hormonal Physiology of Childbearing. Sarah encourages us to listen to our hearts and instincts, and to take our rightful place as the real experts on our bodies, babies and families.

Learn

How rewarding mother and baby with pleasure after birth happens, and imprinting pleasure in their ongoing relationship, is crucial to attachment.

Discover

How important that first hour is with your baby post birth.

Find Out

What you can do if you can’t be with your baby for the first hour post birth to ensure you and your baby receive the benefits of Mother Nature’s superb design.
Interview 9
Nadine Richardson
Three Pillars of Birth Preparation: Everything you need to know to create the safest, least painful and most beautiful birth experience possible.
Date: 25th March       Time: 11am AEDT 

Nadine Richardson is a pioneering childbirth educator. Nadine is the creator of She Births®, the only holistic and scientifically validated childbirth education course in the world. She Births® ensures that women have a safer, shorter, less painful and more beautiful birthing experience. Nadine is also the director of The Birthing Institute.

Learn

Our three-fold method for eliminating pain during childbirth.

Discover

An ancient technique for a quicker and easier labour.

Find Out

When most women ‘lose their focus’ in labour and how you can avoid that.
Interview 10
Lucy Perry 
The Challenge of Birth in Ethiopia – The inspiring story of Dr Catherine Hamlin.
Date: 25th March       Time: 12 noon AEDT 

Lucy Perry is the CEO of Hamlin Fistula Ethiopia Australia, a Kindness Award recipient and was listed in the World’s Top 30 Social CEOs.  She founded Australia’s largest online doula directory and created the world’s first childbirth education program for men, Beer + Bubs, run in pubs all over Australia. She published Cheers to Childbirth: A Dad’s Guide to Childbirth Support in 2010. Lucy is a photographer, runner, adventurer and mother of three.

Learn

About obstetric fistula and how debilitating it is.

Discover

What Dr Catherine started in Ethiopia, how it is engaging locals and what it has grown into today.

Find Out

How you can help.
Day 4 – Thursday 26th March
Interview 11
Gail Tully
Easier Childbirth with Spinning Babies: Part 2 – Baby not engaged, head too big, pelvis too small, anterior placenta.
Date: 26th March       Time: 10am AEDT 

Gail Tully is the Spinning Babies Lady, a midwife from Minnesota. For 20 years she managed a small homebirth practice and organised active community doula program development in hospitals and non-profits in Minneapolis and St Paul. Gail is now devoted to developing Spinning Babies and her other areas such as belly mapping and resolving shoulder dystocia. Gail became a CPM in 2000 and still enjoys being called in to stalled labours and breech births. Her vision is to provide easier birth by supporting the causes of good fetal positioning.

Learn

A technique that a woman can do to help balance and align her pregnant and birthing body.

Discover

Your innate birthing ability within your body – even if you are a modern city dweller.

Find Out

How you can spot a stall in your labour and what to do to put your natural birth plans back in play.
Interview 12
Katie Manitsas
Tips & Advice for Mum and Bub – A healthy and happy first few weeks.
Date: 26th March       Time: 11am AEDT 

Katie Manitsas is a writer who wears many hats including those of yoga teacher, activist, doula, mother and vegetarian cook. She lives in Sydney’s Inner West with her family, who she is raising with awareness, compassion and sustainable values.

Learn

How to feel well and nurture yourself and your baby in the first few days after giving birth. 

Discover

That it doesn't matter how your birth went – there are many things you can do to recover quickly and not get depleted. 

Find Out

Where and why so many women go wrong both mentally and physically after having a baby and how you can avoid the common problems that lead to exhaustion and depletion. 
Interview 13
Dr Nat Kringoudis
Revolutionising Your Hormones: Don't wait till it's broken – When is the right time to have another?
Date: 26th March       Time: 12 noon AEDT 

Dr Nat Kringoudis is a Chinese medicine practitioner, author, speaker and founder of The Pagoda Tree.  She is passionate about fertility and educating women on the benefits of alternative therapies and nutrition for happy hormones.  She produces and co-hosts the online web series HealthTalks, has written several books including Well & Good, and frequently speaks at events and workshops around Australia.

Learn

When is the right time for your period to come back post baby.

Discover

What to look out for when assessing when is the right time to have another baby.

Find Out

My top tips to rebalance hormones and have your fertility thriving – no matter what.
Day 5 – Friday 27th March
Interview 14
Debra Pascali-Bonaro
Orgasmic Birth: Part 2 –The power of positive stories.
Date: 27th March       Time: 10am AEDT 

Debra Pascali-Bonaro is the director of the award-winning documentary, Orgasmic Birth: The Best-Kept Secret, co-writer of Orgasmic Birth: Your Guide to a Safe, Satisfying and Pleasurable Birth Experience, and the creator of the revolutionary Pain to Power Online Childbirth Experience. She is a Lamaze International Childbirth Educator and a DONA International Doula trainer.

Learn

How positive stories can impact your birth.

Discover

An incredible birth story that you can easily emulate.

Find Out

What you can do to substantially increase pleasure during birth and diminish pain.
Interview 15
Janice Clarfield
Birthing the Next Generation with Wisdom and Compassion.
Date: 27th March       Time: 11am AEDT 

Janice Clarfield is an inspiring teacher of yoga, meditation and energy healing, based in Canada. Janice has been practicing these techniques for more than 25 years and teaching them to pregnant women and expectant couples since 1990. Janice is passionate about the next generation being birthed as wisely and compassionately as possible. Her audio program Pure Joy: Awakening True Nature contains guided meditations and gentle yoga postures.

Learn

How it's possible for a healthy pregnant woman to have a joyful and normal birth whether in a hospital or home or birthing centre.

Discover

How to celebrate and trust your own empowerment and vast internal resources to allow your body to do what it is designed to do.

Find Out

A precious technique to help you achieve a beautiful birth.
Interview 16
Emma Sutherland
How To Get Your Mojo Back for Good.
Date: 27th March       Time: 12 noon AEDT 

Emma Sutherland is a successful mum, naturopath, nutritionist, TV presenter and author.  Her first book, 50 Foods That Will Change Your Life is the ultimate guide to healthy eating for women. Emma’s mission in life is to inspire women to get their ‘Mojo’ back via her Community Cleanse program.

Learn

What factors could be depleting your long-lost Mojo.

Discover

Emma’s top five Mojo making foods.

Find Out

Easy to implement, research-based strategies to support your gut and adrenal health and boost your Mojo.
Interview 17
Lucy Perry
Prepping Dads for Birth.
Date: 27th March       Time: 1pm AEDT 

Lucy Perry is the CEO of Hamlin Fistula Ethiopia Australia, a Kindness Award recipient and was listed in the World’s Top 30 Social CEOs.  She founded Australia’s largest online doula directory and created the world’s first childbirth education program for men, Beer + Bubs, run in pubs all over Australia. She published Cheers to Childbirth: A Dad’s Guide to Childbirth Support in 2010. Lucy is a photographer, runner, adventurer and mother of three.

Learn

What you can do to help your partner get more interested in and enthusiastic about birth.

Discover

What dads can do to better prepare themselves for birth.

Find Out

What you can consider if Dad would prefer not to be at the birth.
Day 6 – Saturday 28th March
Interview 18
Rebecca Mar Young & Naomi Abeshouse Benko
Eastern Wisdom and Acupressure for Pregnancy and Birth – The amazing role it has to play.
Date: 28th March       Time: 10am AEDT 

Rebecca Mar Young & Naomi Abeshouse Benko are the Red Tent Mums. They’re authors of the forthcoming book Hands-on Birth ~ Eastern Wisdom & Acupressure for a Beautiful Birth. They’re acupuncturists and herbalists who are experts on women’s health, pregnancy, birth and motherhood. They run the Red Tent Mums Health Centre in Sydney’s Bondi Beach, Australia. They teach online programs to mums as well as teaching accredited (ACM & ACNM) programs to midwives. Together they’re passionate about changing the face of birth for women, one birth at a time.

Learn

How acupressure can substantially diminish pain during your birth and improve symptoms during pregnancy.

Discover

How looking at birth through the lens of Chinese medicine has so much to offer.

Find Out

How acupressure will give your support partner something concrete to do that feels great.
Interview 19
Pinky McKay
Sleep & Settling: How to Get it Right.
Date: 28th March       Time: 11am AEDT 

Pinky McKay is an international Board Certified Lactation Consultant and best-selling author of Sleeping Like a Baby, 100 Ways to Calm the Crying, Toddler Tactics and Parenting By Heart. Pinky is a keynote speaker and media guest specialising in gentle parenting styles that honour natural mothering instincts. She conducts teleseminars and webcasts to provide tips on gentle, responsive baby care.

Learn

The facts about your baby’s sleep.

Discover

What it means to sleep through the night.

Find Out

How to get it right for you and your baby.
Interview 20
Professor Hannah Dahlen
Is Society Being Reshaped by the Way Women Give Birth? Part 2 – Swimming against the tide: Navigating the path to a normal birth in a medicalised culture. Your choices matter.

Date: 28th March       Time: 12 noon AEDT 

Hannah Dahlen is a Professor of Midwifery at the University of Western Sydney, and former National President of the Australian College of Midwives. Hannah is also an eligible midwife. Her research is widely published and she is a well-respected keynote speaker. In 2012 she was named in the Sydney Morning Herald’s list of “100 people who change our city for the better”.

Learn

What your choices are.

Discover

What science is telling us about birth.

Find Out

How you can achieve the best birth outcome for you and your baby.
Interview 21
Jodi Wilson
Motherhood and Simple Living.
Date: 28th March       Time: 1pm AEDT 

Jodi Wilson is a writer, photographer and prenatal yoga teacher. She writes the blog Practising Simplicity where she documents the joys and challenges of motherhood while exploring simple and intentional living. She recently moved to a 1940s cottage by the beach and it’s from there that she writes, often accompanied by her partner and two children, Che and Poet. Her third baby is due in March 2015.

Learn

Some tips for the first year of motherhood.

Discover

Why it's important to honour your body and, ultimately, take the time to heal and recover from birth.

Find Out

Why simple living? What’s the fascination?
YOUR HOSTS
Rebecca & Naomi
(The Red Tent Mums)

Rebecca Mar Young & Naomi Abeshouse Benko are the Red Tent Mums. They’ve 

set up this holistic health conference as a virtual Red Tent to bring expert 

insights on bumps, births and babies to you. They are passionate about changing 

the face of birth for women and babies, one birth at a time. They’re authors of the 

forthcoming book Hands-on Birth – Eastern Wisdom & Acupressure for a Beautiful 

Birth. They’re acupuncturists and herbalists who are experts on women’s health, 

pregnancy, birth and motherhood and who have treated thousands of women 

using the wisdom of Chinese medicine. Rebecca is yoga teacher and Naomi is a 

doula. They run the Red Tent Health Centre in Sydney’s Bondi Beach, focused on 

women and children. They teach online programs to mums on pregnancy, birth 

and children’s health as well as teaching accredited programs to midwives all 

around the world.

By joining this conference you're also joining our Red Tent Mums community. 

10% of proceeds from this project will be donated to Hamlin Fistula Ethiopia.

Disclaimer: Always seek the advice of your midwife, obstetrician or doctor if you have any questions regarding a medical condition. The contents of this website and of our holistic health conference are for information purposes only. They are not intended as a substitute for medical advice from your medical practitioner. By joining this conference you are also signing up to the Red Tent Mums community. We will not rent or sell your information. We will inform you of upcoming events that may be of interest. You are able to unsubscribe at any time.

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