Spinning Babies® Aware Practitioners
The following list of bodyworkers and birth workers have completed Spinning Babies® Professional Bodywork Education requirements for being listed on our website. These practitioners have also completed two Spinning Babies® Workshops.
Spinning Babies Aware Practitioners have been trained in a bodywork protocol intended to allow:
- Comfort in pregnancy
- Spontaneous change to a more optimal fetal position, where space is available in the womb
- Progress in labor
Spinning Babies (R) Aware Practitioner has been trained to address soft tissue influences on fetal position to enhance their previous bodywork or birth work skills. Please note the background of each practitioner. Some listings are birth workers. Each practitioner will offer techniques limited by their scope of practice. For instance, a doula will not offer all of the techniques in which other professionals are trained, and a birth worker (doula, midwife, nurse, or doctor) will not have the full range of bodywork knowledge. This may or may not limit results. Results occur on an individual basis.
Practitioners on this listing agree not to manipulate the baby’s position (push, turn) by their hands unless they are a doctor or midwife trained in external cephalic version (ECV).
Spinning Babies does not assume risk. Decide upon a course of care with your practitioner that you find comfortable and safe.
Adrienne C. CaldwellLMT
Adrienne C. Caldwell is a Board Certified Licensed Massage Therapist who specializes in prenatal and postnatal massage and bodywork. She is an instructor for Spinning Babies® Aware Practitioner Approved Workshop: Integral Touch of Birth. She has earned a Bachelor of Arts in music performance and a Bachelor of Science is biology. Her continued studies in massage and bodywork have earned her National Certification in Reflexology, Certification in Orthopedic Massage and Bodywork, and Preceptor status for Kate Jordan’s Massage and Bodywork for the Childbearing Year. Adrienne continues her studies with Gail Tully by being a go-to advisor for Spinning Babies Community. She studies with James Waslaski of the Center for Pain Management when he passes through the mid-west. Adrienne is an instructor at Northwestern Health Sciences University, has a private practice, and serves as labor support for mothers in the metro area.