We are so excited to announce that Hannah Neumann will be joining the Be Well practitioners as a midwife and Arvigo® Therapist.
As a certified midwife, Hannah offers prenatal care, home birth services, postpartum care, and well body care. Her services are based on the Midwifery Model of Care™ which involves monitoring the physical, psychological and social well-being of mother and baby throughout the childbearing year. Care with midwives is both nurturing and highly skilled, rooted in physiologic birth. Healthy, physiologic birth means allowing your body to go through labor under its own innate power, eliminating unnecessary interventions.
Did you know that you don’t need to be pregnant to seek the care of a Midwife? Midwives are skilled to provide primary gynecological care for women at varying stages throughout life. Their knowledge and understanding of the physiologic, emotional and social factors that contribute to our health provide a unique, proactive model of health care. Appointments typically last 60-90 minutes and involve a thorough review of your health history, complete physical and gynecological exam, testing and lab work, recommendations for treatment, and referrals as needed.
In addition to her midwifery practice, Hannah is also an Arvigo Therapist.
The Arvigo® Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy are founded on the ancient Maya technique of abdominal massage. This technique is performed through gentle, non-invasive external massage of the abdomen, low back and sacrum.
Arvigo® Therapy is best known for addressing misalignment, congestion, and tension within the abdominal region. The technique works to alleviate tissue congestion and organ constriction, resulting in improvement in the flow of energy, blood, lymph and nerves within the body. This therapy also works to release emotional tension held within the abdomen, and supports our innate ability to return to a state of homeostasis.
Hannah graduated from Bellarmine University in 2012 with a BA in Psychology, and from Birthwise Midwifery School in June of 2018.
Hannah resides in the Mt. Washington Valley, where she lives a full and active life farming and adventuring in the mountains.
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