Center for Indigenous Midwifery
Center for Indigenous Midwifery was founded by Rhonda Lee Grantham, an Indigenous Midwife and Herbalist from the Cowlitz Nation.
Cowlitz people are a Salish-Sahaptian tribe of SW Washington that translates to “Seeker of the Medicine Spirit.”
For over two decades, Rhonda has been actively catching babies and supporting programs within tribal communities, both at home and globally.
Rhonda also founded the Canoe Journey Herbalists Project, and when leading both, is guided by her lens as a cultural anthropologist and Native woman; in addition to her passions for global health, family wellness, and culturally-centered care.
- 1910 4th Avenue East
Olympia, WA, 98506
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Indigenous Postpartum Doula Training
Category: In Washington, Professional Development
September 26, 2023 - October 5, 2023
*Priority for this training is given to WA state residents.*
Join this training with Raenne Madison to learn how to care for a postpartum family with the wisdom of Indigenous traditions and honoring the ceremony of birth.
No cost to participants
Applications close on October 5th.