Glenda is a doula of birth, death, and rebirth. She companions people at different transition points in life. She is a trained death doula working with terminally ill patients and their families and is a trained birth doula focusing on fertility, postpartum care, birth trauma, and perinatal bereavement. She regularly incorporates a contemplative approach to connecting to our heart-mind. She incorporates many modalities into her practice to emphasize holistic health of mind, body, and spirit.

Her approach is based on three core values: curiousity, compassion, and courage. She offers a non-judgmental, safe space to explore the deep caverns of your inner psyche so you can become aware of your patterns, heal from your past, and create sustainable change in your life in the present.


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Body Psychotherapy
Body Psychotherapy We often talk about the mind-body connection, but the reality is our mind and ...
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Therapeutic Energy
Everything is energy and that’s all there is to it. Match the frequency of the reality you want an
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Meditation and Mindfulness
Why Meditate? There have been numerous scientific studies showing the benefits of a regular med...
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CranioSacral Therapy
I have been studying and practicing CranioSacral Therapy as an additional treatment modality to ...
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Compassion Meditation
Compassion Meditation
December 17, 2017
For someone to develop genuine compassion towards others, first he or she must have a basis upon which to cultivate compassion, and that basis is the ability to connect to one’s own fe
Healing Circle
Healing Circle
November 23, 2017
Grief is... many things. It can be overwhelming, liberating, heartbreaking, a catalyst for change, and debilitating. Grief doesn't always feel how we think it is going to feel. We f
The Power of Breath
The Power of Breath
September 3, 2017
Feelings come and go like clouds in a windy sky. Conscious breathing is my anchor. ~Thích Nhất Hạnh   There were tubes coming out of his chest. He was in pain. Intense pain.

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