…you do have other options if you’d like to use or memorialize your placenta.
What To Do With Your Placenta If You Don’t Want To (Or Can’t) Consume It
Graduate Spotlight: Dariimaa Otgonbaatar
APPA is so excited! Our first APPAC on the Asian continent! Meet Dariimaa Otgonbaatar from Ulaanbaatar Mongolia! Dariimaa is just starting her new business sharing her new skills with the women of her community. Please go follow her on social media and support her ventures! Instagram profile: @miracle_of_placenta_mongolia Facebook page: miracle_of-placenta_mongolia Congratulations Dariimaa!
APPA Shining Star: Kate Tyo
BiographyKate Tyo loves placentas! Since 2014, she’s been encapsulating for new parents all over Chicagoland. With over 200 placentas under her belt and the support of APPA behind her, she is ready to provide you incredible placenta services through Tyo Placenta (www.chicagoplacenta.com). Kate loves working with first-time clients, but has also had the pleasure of working with clients for two,…
APPA Shining Star: Jenny Thompson
Jenny is a long standing member of the birthing community in the Lafayette, LA area and has been encapsulating placentas for almost 10 years, helping hundreds of families in the area. Her other passions are being a doula (12 years) and a childbirth educator (10 years). Jenny is now getting certified in Lamaze childbirth education, a passion she has wanted…
APPA Shining Star: Kristina Garcia
BiographyKristina is the small business owner of KG Motherhood, her one-stop birth shop for all services related to birth support and photography services. She offers birth doula support for both hospital and homebirth clients, childbirth education, postpartum doula support, placenta encapsulation, and traditional postpartum sealing ceremonies. Her primary photography focus is motherhood beginning with a maternity session, capturing your birth…
APPA Graduate Spotlight: Cristina LeonGuerrero
Hello! My name is Cristina LeonGuerrero, I am the founder and operator of Doula Bula. Often times I get asked where the name generated from… Well, since a child my family has always called me “Bula” with no real meaning or reasoning. At age 30, they still call me Bula, including nieces, nephews and new friends. Fun Fact: Bula is…