Started as a dream to bring natural alternatives for healing mind, body and spirit to the West Georgia area and has evolved into an oasis for healing. We help to ease physical and emotional pains as well as help you to manage the stress of everyday life.
Samantha Martin is the founder and creator of a herbal apothecary business, called Cradleboard Creations, and of its sister nonprofit, The Womban Sisterhood. The Womban Sisterhood Nonprofit is a collective of birth arts workers who are serving woman in need. They are making these services accessible to all because all woman deserve support. Samantha is specifically a birth/labor doula, placenta encapsulation specialist, and a post-partum yoni steam facilitator. She offers ayurveda pregnancy, baby massage and post-partum meal prep. She also offers sliding scale payment plans and full scholarships. Learn more at the Cradleboard Creations' website www.cradleboardcreation.com or follow them on Instagram @cradleboardcreations.
Clémence Bradley supports and empowers women and their partner who are starting or struggling on their journey to fertility in finding the most efficient path and tools to become pregnant with a healthy baby as soon as humanly possible. “My aim is to be the person I wish I had by my side for support on my own fertility journey as it can be very lonely, to make sure women receive the information they need to feel empowered when facing the medical world, and above all, for them to use their time and money wisely.”
The Healthy Conception Prep Club Facebook group is an interactive platform where I give information about the different aspects of getting the body, mind and spirit ready before getting pregnant to have the best chance of success of holding a healthy baby as soon as humanly possible.
Liz has taught summer design camps for kids and teenagers for three years as she has pursued a Ph.D. in Design at North Carolina State University. Liz has her master’s degree in architecture and a bachelor’s degree in three-dimensional design. Liz practiced architecture for six years before beginning her Ph.D., upon completion of which, she will continue her passion of teaching architecture to students of all ages. At the completion of this summer’s Art + Design Camp, Liz will begin a fellowship at Harvard’s Dumbarton Oaks, researching landscape and urban design studies.
Rose Aramian has been leading mindful movement practices since 2012 and has been practicing Yoga since 2008. Rose graduated from the 200 hours Yoga Psychology Teacher Training with Evolutionary Education in 2017 and currently co-leads the YPTT with Nick Atlas - graduating over 30 teachers. Rose leads each practice from the heart, offering safe movement practices paired with an opening for self inquiry to allow the practitioner to discover their authentic practice. Her loving presence allows the space for acceptance, growth, and healing. When outside the studio, Rose enjoys immersing herself in nature, loving on her animals and loved ones, and discovering creative ways to eat from the earth.