The first, and only, professional association for traditional and indigenous birth and postpartum care - designed to support your growth through community, resources, & appropriation-free education.
A nurturing and private community for birthworkers and healers using traditional and indigenous care.
The space for birth professionals who want supportive community, and education rooted in traditional practices.
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What if you could access everything you need to connect with trusted elders, grow, and scale your skills and offerings to serve more folks…
...from training and education
to expert coaching and mentorship
and even time each month to reset, meditate, and create community...
All in ONE place?
Community Rooted In The Power of Tradition.
Just as parents weren’t meant to raise children alone, the keepers of knowledge should be learning, sharing, and growing together...
If you are new to the world of traditional an indigenous practices used to care for families before, during and after birth, you are in for growth, community, and new gateways to really nurture the families that you serve.
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The Traditional Birth Association (TBA) is changing how we uplift the community of service providers all over the globe.
Keep our traditions and new families all over the world thriving!
The Question You May Have Is Why Now?
Parent and families more than ever need postpartum caregivers and birth attendants that can offer practical, safe, and traditional support, as many are searching for more family centered care, that is often rooted in traditions that have been used for thousands of years.
This Is Especially Important For Birthworkers and All Who Service Families in The Early Years.
For Years, What Many of You Have Known To Be The Key To Caring For Families Using Age-Old Wisdom Was Considered Fringe, Or Too “Out There”. Now That Science Has Caught Up With What Grandmas Have Been Saying For Decades, There Is a Deficit of Those That Can Meet The Demands Of Providing Traditional Birth and Postpartum Care.
The Reality is that so many of us spend our time spinning our wheels signing up for EVERY training under the sun, when what we really need is a community of other professionals committed to sharing this knowledge and growing the network of folks like yourselves who believe families deserve to get rooted in this type of care .