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Welcoming the World with the King County Black Doula’s Association

Members of the King County Black Doula’s Association will discuss their work in the birthing community, the rich tapestry of culture and tradition that grounds their work as doulas, and what it means to usher in new life.

Conversation will be led by Tiffany Renee

 

Free, Registration Required

 

HEALTH & SAFETY POLICY

BIMA is following the COVID-19 recommendations and guidance from Kitsap Public Health District, Washington State Department of Health, and the CDC, and will continue to update health and safety policies as needed. At this time, masks and proof of vaccination is not required–but we welcome you to wear a mask if you choose.

We recommend visiting our website prior to this event for the most up-to-date policies.

When

Aug 17, 2022
7:00pm – 8:00pm

Where

Frank Buxton Auditorium

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About Tiffany Renee

Tiffany Renee provides her services within the lens of in her African and Indigenous lineages. She is a clinical herbalist, birth doula, student midwife, lactation counselor, energyworker, dancer, and writer focused on helping you heal in mind, body, and spirit.

She combines East Asian Herbalism, Indigenous and African Herbalism, Medicinal Food Therapy, and Energywork to address Uterine Health, Perinatal Health, Birth and the Postpartum period, Autoimmune & Chronic Diseases Anxiety, and Stress.

Tiffany combines her graduate education and research of TCM meridian/organ theories, chakras, and physiology to evolve the medicine woman archetype into a modern-day practice.