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, including 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 and less pain in labor
- Baby to move themselves into the new space made by reducing tensions and torsions in muscles and ligaments
Each practitioner will offer techniques according to their title, scope of practice, and skills. For instance, a midwife, nurse, or doctor will not have the full range of a bodywork knowledge or license. A bodyworker would not be able to do things a midwife or medical doctor has in their scope of practice. 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.
Jolynn RadinSpinning Babies® Aware Practitioner (SpBAP), Licensed Massage Therapis and Certified Birth Doula The Womb Wellness Center
Jolynn has been a licensed massage therapist since 2006 and a doula since 2007 and is passionate about working with women in their childbearing years. Her mission is to provide a safe and healing space for clients to reconnect with their body and trust in it’s innate ability to heal. Jolynn offers a deeply relaxing and therapeutic soft tissue massage to release restrictions, increase mobility, and restore balance to the body, mind, and spirit.
Jolynn’s passion is to advocate for woman’s reproductive health. She strives to educate and support women to trust their bodies, make informed and confident choices, to take an active role in their health care, and most importantly to love their bodies.