Sacred Pregnancy : Changing the conversation!

5 years ago


When author Anni Daulter typed out the first words of her book titled Sacred Pregnancy she couldn't have known what an amazing journey would lie ahead for her. The book that was born from her desire to "change the conversation around the pregnancy journey for women," rapidly took on its own life - growing into a movement that will forever change the way we look at birth in this country. Anni's vision is breathtaking, beautiful, bold and raw. Though her earthy style may appear extreme to some, the core of her message resonates with all - Pregnancy + Birth are sacred! Through her book, magazine, community and retreats, Anni teaches women how to grasp their inner strength, follow their instincts and fight back against ideas of Western Medicine that women can't have an instinctual birth.

The premiere issue of Sacred Pregnancy Magazine delivers Anni's message through amazing articles, artwork and imagery from women (and men) of all walks of life. Below is just a small preview of what this amazing magazine has to offer. Sacred Pregnancy : The Magazine is a  seasonal publication (quarterly) that is available in digital and print formats directly from the Sacred Pregnancy website and is iPad compatible.  You can learn more by visiting their website and joining the Sacred Pregnancy community on Facebook & Twitter.



You can be part of this movement by sharing and supporting this amazing magazine! Share it with everyone you know - this publication is so much more than any magazine you have ever seen before - it is a must read for any woman, partner, midwife, doula and being that has a love and respect for the human body!  

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