FREE CLASS WITH KIMBERLY ANN JOHNSON – LIVE ONLINE

Matrescence Understanding the rites of passage of becoming a mother

TUESDAY, MARCH 28TH @ 11AM PT | 2PM ET (LIVE!)

A FREE CLASS WITH KIMBERLY ANN JOHNSON – LIVE ONLINE

Matrescence Understanding the rites of passage of becoming a mother.

TUESDAY, MARCH 28TH @ 11AM PT | 2PM ET (LIVE!)

A FREE CLASS WITH KIMBERLY ANN JOHNSON – LIVE ONLINE

Matrescence Understanding the rites of passage of becoming a mother.

TUESDAY, MARCH 28TH
@ 11AM PT | 2PM ET (LIVE!)

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Matrescence

Understanding the rites of passage of becoming a mother​

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Do you feel a sense of loss or isolation since becoming mother?

Are you mystified about how many emotional, sexual, spiritual and identity changes are part of becoming a mother?

Have you sensed that there is much more than your individual journey that is at stake in your motherhood journey?

Do you feel a sense of loss or isolation since becoming mother?

Are you mystified about how many emotional, sexual, spiritual and identity changes that are part of becoming a mother?

Have you sensed that there is much more than your individual journey that is at stake in your motherhood journey?

Do you feel a sense of loss or isolation since becoming mother?

Are you mystified about how many emotional, sexual, spiritual and identity changes that are part of becoming a mother?

Have you sensed that there is much more than your individual journey that is at stake in your motherhood journey?

Postpartum has become a synonym for depression.

That has only become true in the modern world that has very little tolerance for the unseen underworld journeys, as well as so little social support to hold the transition. 

When a baby is born, a mother is also born.  She is something altogether new.

A new mother needs everything a new baby needs. Swaddling, constant food source, warmth, and sleep. 
We tend to think of childbirth itself as the rite of passage, but matrescence is something much vaster than what happens in the birth portal.

When we tend to the rites of passage, we will see that the postpartum time can come to represent something nourishing and reparative, rather than a dreaded time to just bear.

Postpartum has become a synonym for depression.

That has only become true in the modern world that has very little tolerance for the unseen underworld journeys, as well as so little social support to hold the transition. 

When a baby is born, a mother is also born.  She is something altogether new.

A new mother needs everything a new baby needs. Swaddling, constant food source, warmth, and sleep. 

We tend to think of childbirth itself as the rite of passage, but matrescence is something much vaster than what happens in the birth portal.

When we tend to the rites of passage, we will see that the postpartum time can come to represent something nourishing and reparative, rather than a dreaded time to just bear.

Postpartum has become a synonym for depression.

That has only become true in the modern world that has very little tolerance for the unseen underworld journeys, as well as so little social support to hold the transition. 

When a baby is born, a mother is also born.  She is something altogether new.

A new mother needs everything a new baby needs. Swaddling, constant food source, warmth, and sleep. 

We tend to think of childbirth itself as the rite of passage, but matrescence is something much vaster than what happens in the birth portal.

When we tend to the rites of passage, we will see that the postpartum time can come to represent something nourishing and reparative, rather than a dreaded time to just bear.

This class is for you if you are...

  • Trying to put the pieces together of who you’ve become after giving birth
  • Longing for a sense of clarity in how mothering fits into your life’s work
  • Struggling to find a village or community

This class is for you if you are...

  • Trying to put the pieces together of who you’ve become after giving birth
  • Longing for a sense of clarity in how mothering fits into your life’s work
  • Struggling to find a village or community

This class is for you if you are...

  • Trying to put the pieces together of who you’ve become after giving birth
  • Longing for a sense of clarity in how mothering fits into your life’s work
  • Struggling to find a village or community

We'll attend to the questions of...

  • The three phases of the rites of passage of motherhood
  • The stage of a rite of passage that is almost always overlooked and how that is most often what contributes to depression and anxiety
  • How honoring rites is a part of building MotherCulture that we want to belong to and that we want to entrust to our children, as well as creating connection and repair that wasn’t always possible for our mothers.

We'll attend to the questions of...

  • The three phases of the rites of passage of motherhood
  • The stage of a rite of passage that is almost always overlooked and how that is most often what contributes to depression and anxiety
  • How honoring rites is a part of building MotherCulture that we want to belong to and that we want to entrust to our children, as well as creating connection and repair that wasn’t always possible for our mothers.

We'll attend to the questions of...

  • The three phases of the rites of passage of motherhood
  • The stage of a rite of passage that is almost always overlooked and how that is most often what contributes to depression and anxiety
  • How honoring rites is a part of building MotherCulture that we want to belong to and that we want to entrust to our children, as well as creating connection and repair that wasn’t always possible for our mothers.

Join this live class
by signing up today.

TUESDAY, March 28th @ 11am PT | 2pm ET

Matrescence

Understanding the rites of passage of becoming a mother​

Watch the replay!

(scroll about halfway down the page)

YOUR TEACHER

Kimberly Ann Johnson

Author, Sexological Bodyworker, and Somatic Experiencing Practitioner

Kimberly Ann Johnson is a Sexological Bodyworker, Somatic Experiencing practitioner, Structural Integration practitioner, postpartum advocate, retired yoga teacher and single mom. 

She is the author of Call of The Wild: How We Heal Trauma, Awaken Our Own Power, And Use It For Good (HarperWave, 2021) and the early mothering classic The Fourth Trimester: Healing Your Body, Balancing Your Emotions and Restoring Your Vitality (Shambhala, 2017) published in seven languages around the world.

For the past 12 years, she has been helping women recover from birth, gynecological surgeries and sexual boundary ruptures.

Her work has been featured on the Goop! podcast, The New York TimesForbesVogue, New York Magazine’s The CutHarper’s Bazaar, Today.com and many more. She is the host of the Sex Birth Trauma podcast with 750,000 unique downloads.

Join this class live
by signing up today.

Tuesday, March 28th
@ 11am PT | 2pm ET

YOUR TEACHER

Kimberly Ann Johnson

Author, Sexological Bodyworker, and Somatic Experiencing Practitioner

Kimberly Ann Johnson is a Sexological Bodyworker, Somatic Experiencing practitioner, Structural Integration practitioner, postpartum advocate, retired yoga teacher and single mom. 

She is the author of Call of The Wild: How We Heal Trauma, Awaken Our Own Power, And Use It For Good (HarperWave, 2021) and the early mothering classic The Fourth Trimester: Healing Your Body, Balancing Your Emotions and Restoring Your Vitality (Shambhala, 2017) published in seven languages around the world.

For the past 12 years, she has been helping women recover from birth, gynecological surgeries and sexual boundary ruptures.

Her work has been featured on the Goop! podcast, The New York TimesForbesVogue, New York Magazine’s The CutHarper’s Bazaar, Today.com and many more. She is the host of the Sex Birth Trauma podcast with 750,000 unique downloads.

Honoring the rites is a part of building a MotherCulture that we want to belong to, and that we want to entrust to our children,

Works by Kimberly Ann Johnson

the fourth trimester book
Call Of The Wild

As seen in

New York Times
Forbes
The Cut Magazine
Today Show
Vogue
Yoga Journal
Well Good

Secure your seat
by signing up today.

Tuesday, March 28th
@ 11am PT | 2pm ET

Secure your seat
and sign up today.

TUESDAY, March 28th @ 11am PT | 2pm ET

Matrescence

Understanding the rites of passage of becoming a mother​

Watch the replay!

(scroll about halfway down the page)

Sex Birth
Trauma

with Kimberly
Ann Johnson

Sex Birth
Trauma

with Kimberly
Ann Johnson