October 27th we went to visit Janet Balaskas at Active Birth Centre in London – England. After a few exchanges of trains we arrived. I rang the bell and Janet opened the door. I still haven`t met her personally, but knew about her incredible journey as Active Birth activist, and read her book that […]
Some informations about England: The name “England” is derived from the Old English name Engla land, which means “land of the Angles”. England is by far the most populous country of the United Kingdom, accounting for 84% of the combined total. With over 51 million inhabitants. As its name suggests, the English is the principal language spoken. […]
We are in London now, we are going to stay here for 5 days, some good interviews are going to happen and we are going to visit some amazing places! If you have some sugestion let us know!
We left Frankfurt and took the subway to Bad Wildbad. Four train exchanges and we finally arrived! We arrived in Bad Wilbad, located in the state of Baden-Württemberg in southern Germany, where the Midwifery Today conference was going to happen. This stop was intentional. We knew that we would here find sisters midwives of various […]
The Midwifery Today International Conference filled the fuel tank to follow our journey. The fuel is called oxytocin, known as the hormone of love! The theme was “Preserving our traditions, improving our skills.” It was six days of intense conference with participants from over 35 countries and renowned speakers such as Stephen and Ina May Gaskin […]
The next day we visited the museum world, in the margins of Main. We walked around the Romerberg, one of the most well known beautiful squares in the city. Historic buildings of more than 600 years, bombed during the war and rebuilt. The Gerechtigkeitsbrunnen (Fountain of Justice) at the center of the square was built […]
Hello everybody! We started our journey around the world! We left Brazil on October 14. Our first stop was Frankfurt in Germany. Frankfurt is located on an ancient ford (German: Furt) on the Main river. As a part of early Franconia, the early Franks, the city’s name reveals its legacy as being “the ford of the Franks […]