Ep. 78: “Birth Work isn’t what I do, it’s Who I Am” Featuring Marie Lewis
In this Dearest Doula podcast episode, we welcome to the show Marie Lewis of Banner Birth Blessings. Marie is a Doula, Childbirth Educator, Placenta Encapsulator, the Owner of ‘Banner Birth Services’, and founder of ‘The Military Doula’. She is currently serving clients in the Windsor, Virginia area. Listen in to hear her inspiring journey as a birth worker on Dearest Doula today!
Dearest Doula Community, marie shares her insights and journeys on the dearest doula podcast today! Click HERE to listen on itunes or simply press play below!
Marie shares with the Dearest Doula community her:
Elevator Speech and Origin Story
Moment of Struggle
Marie shares with the Dearest doula community her initial struggle with finding support as a business worker, and how important it is to find your tribe.
“I was meant to be right here, right now”
Marie shares with the Dearest doula community an incredibly touching story of the intimate bond she was able to form with a client, and how that bond enabled her to better serve her client during a time of need.
Biggest Strength & Weakness as a Birth Worker
Recommended Resources & Interview Links
‘The Big Leap: Conquer Your Hidden Fear and Take Life to the Next Level’
-PhD Hendricks Gay
Also, Marie’s must-have item? Kneeling pads!
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