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Honest Mamas Podcast

Supporting women emotionally & spiritually on the motherhood journey.
Three psychotherapists, moms, and friends share stories & interviews about pregnancy, fertility, parenting, motherhood and much more. The Honest Mama founders are Sophie Darch McEntee, LMFT, Melissa Divaris Thompson, LMFT and Claire R. Colaço, LMFT.

Podcast produced by Pete Bailey.

Feb 27, 2018

Welcome to episode thirty of the Honest Mamas Podcast! Today, we speak to Tami Hindin about craniosacral therapy; what it is and how Tami uses it with babies; how Tami uses her intuition and gut feelings in this practice; and how to connect more with your baby from within and out of the womb.

Tami Joy Hindin, Dipl.O.M., is a NY State Licensed Acupuncturist, a Chinese Herbalist, and received a Masters of Professional Studies in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and a Bachelors of Health Science from Mercy College. She has also attended an advanced study program at the Zhejiang College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China. She has also studied extensively with the Upledger Institute and incorporates craniosacral therapy into all her work.  

Tami is the owner of Inspire Mind Body Spirit and created a well-balanced, personalized system to evaluate and treat patients with most health issues. She is continually working to inspire her patients to become involved in their health and wellness and to help them find balance in their life, physically and emotionally, before it presents as a health problem. She strongly believes this process can start as early as in utero.

What you’ll hear in this episode

  • What craniosacral therapy is and how Tami uses it with babies
  • The difference Tami sees between C-section and vaginal birth babies
  • How Tami uses her intuition and gut feelings in this practice
  • Using acupuncture with babies
  • Why people take their babies to see Tami for craniosacral therapy and acupuncture
  • Infant Developmental Movement Education – What it is and how it’s used
  • Steps mothers can take to bring more calm during this period
  • How to connect more with your baby from within and out of the womb