Ep. 84: “Finding what really comes from you in those quiet moments is very valuable” Featuring Shalene Massie
In this latest Dearest Doula podcast episode, we are joined by fellow doula and returning guest Shalene Massie!
Shalene is a Birthing From Within®- Certified Doula, and Childbirth Educator, currently serving clients in the Blacksburg and Roanoke VA area. Shalene also appeared on Episode 73 ‘Blessingways and Mother Blessings’ earlier this year! Listen in to today’s podcast where she shares her incredible stories and journeys as a birth worker!
Dearest Doula Community, Shalene shares her insights and journeys on the dearest doula podcast today! Click HERE to listen on itunes or simply press play below!
Shalene shares with the Dearest Doula community her:
Elevator Speech and Origin Story
Moment of Struggle as a Birth Worker
“I was meant to be right here, right now”
Shalene shares with us an absolutely electrifying experience that she had with one of her birthing clients!
Biggest Strength & Weakness as a Birth Worker
Recommended Resources & Interview Links
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‘Letters to a Young Poet’
-Rainer Maria Rilke
Also, Shalene’s must-have item? Her hands!
You can connect with Shalene through her website, www.rhythmofbirth.com
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