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Maryn Green
Taking Back Birth
Join host Maryn Green, autonomous midwife of many years, for all things radical birth and mothering related. For more info, go to indiebirth.org
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 281 ratings
Love the wisdom
So much knowledge and wisdom shared here. No matter how humble these women may be, they offer so much light. Thank you🙏
:Abra via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/22/21
Love!
Sooo good. Every episode is fascinating & soul-opening! Refreshing and grounding… just the voice on woman-and-motherhood-centered-spirituality (and practicality!) I’ve been searching for. Indie Birth is such a fertile & thorough resource, not just for birth workers, or mothers, or even...Read full review »
Amon E. K. via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/14/21
Bad energy
Maryn has a lot going on and she cannot truly be at peace. Unfortunately her vibes are becoming unbearable. With all due respect, regarding Covid-19 precautions: You say that people are living in fear because they wear a mask and willing to sign up for a poison shot aka vaccine. But I think you...Read full review »
LDSangelica via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/11/21
Recent Episodes
After a brief update, I rant for a bit about the low standard that our world, and most women, seem to have for their pregnancy and birth experience. Whether it’s hospital based, home based or a dogmatic freebirth, it seems to me that women need to want more for themselves first. Otherwise, we...
Published 01/24/22
Published 01/24/22
200 podcasts plus and no mention of sex or intimacy ’til now! That says a lot I think, but I’m here with this one to remedy it all by sharing my experience. This is especially for breastfeeding mamas of young kids, and includes ideas and resources for creating intimacy with yourself which I...
Published 01/09/22
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