Birthlight Womb to World Conference 2015 review
Thank you to all who attended our recent Womb to World Conference: 'Maternal images and maternal representations before, during and after birth'
It was an inspirational day with a rich range of perspectives on the ways in which maternity is represented.
“I loved this inspirational and thought-provoking conference. Great and undervalued subject. Looking forward to the next one”
“Excellent day, I leave feeling inspired to go into an exciting start of my midwifery career.”
Review by Jodi Garrod Midwife, Doula, KG Hypnobirthing teacher and Birthlight enthusiast (soon to be Birthlight instructor!).
The rare fusion of different disciplines: anthropology, physiology alternative medicine, psychology, art, popular culture, is what makes Birthlight conferences so particular and unique.
Such a synthesis speaks of a whole woman, the complex and special nature of motherhood: exploring the many threads, the many fibres that both differentiate and unite us. More
Review by Vanessa Hardy and Kelly Bromley calmababy
We had the pleasure of attending the ‘womb to world’ conference in Cambridge this weekend and wanted to share our thoughts, feelings and observations from the day.
The speakers, collectively, were inspiring and very thought evoking. Each speaker presented their talk and studies differently and with such precise and informative material. More
A personal review of the Womb to World Conference 2015 by Birthlight Tutor Rosanna Kalliabetsos
Rosanna mentions Claire Huxtable (The Cosby Show) in her review - here is a link to a YouTube clip
We have a special offer on our previous Conference DVDs - Womb to World 1 , 2 and 3 are just £5.00 each + postage (£2 for UK)
We'd like to thank:
Lina Clerke (photosets for birth education)
Renée Spierdijk (Cambridge artist)
Milton Road Primary School, University of Cambridge Primary School and Swaffham Bulbeck Primary School
Green Parent Magazine
Asquith of London
Pinter & Martin Publishers