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Oct 25

Natural Remedies for Cold and Flu in Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

October is nearly over and falling leaves and cooler weather are coming! With the beauty of the season often comes colds and flu season. The onset of holidays and outdoor fun makes pausing to fight sickness last on our list of fun things to do! What are the best ways to stay healthy, especially while

Sep 25

Introducing Our New Clinical Director, Tiffany Buss

There are many inevitable qualities of life, one of those being change. Mountain Midwifery Center has been blessed with many wonderful midwives over the years. We are thankful for the hard work and dedication from all but we are especially grateful for all Aubre has done for our MMC families and the Colorado birth center

Sep 1

South Denver Red Tent

Join us for a September new moon celebration to connect, renew, and support each other in our walk as women. We’ll explore cycles, seasons, loving our bodies, and the transitions of womanhood with ritual, crafts, story sharing, and the company of our sisters. Our September topic is: EXPLORING THE RED TENT All women and woman-identified

Jul 31

Wednesday, July 19th

Wednesday, July 19th, 2017 was a very hot day. The sun was out in full force and barely a cloud was in the sky. We gathered out in front of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) building prior to the start of the hearing. The final Hearing in the long process we

May 31

Community Birthing

Language matters. Words, when spoken, have weight and a certain power. As birth workers we know this; the birthing person delivers the baby NOT the provider, midwives “catch” babies. The difference between “my care provider supported me through my VBAC” versus “my care provider allowed me to VBAC” is a very important one. As long

Apr 28

Postpartum Depression

While this article was still germinating in my mind, I sat down in front of my computer to reach out via social media. I asked folks to share their experience with Postpartum Depression (PPD) in three words. What happened next, was something I was not entirely prepared for or expecting. Immediately, the responses began to