I met Tami at the Association for Pre- and Perinatal Psychology and Health (APPPAH) Congress in San Diego, CA in 2005 where we were both speaking. I was intrigued by the name of her book "Wild Feminine" which was yet to be published. Tami lives in Portland, OR and I lived in Eugene, OR for five years working as a craniosacral therapist and birth doula. I have heard glowing testimonials from women who have experienced Tami's healing work and how transformational it has been in healing imbalances from incontinence to postpartum pelvic pain. If you are a woman in the greater Portland region - check out Tami's private practice in Holistic Pelvic Care for a gentle therapeutic approach to deep health.
Wild Feminine is now recently released in it's second edition by the publisher of "The Secret" and with enhanced activities and practices by Tami for all women. Since I received this book and began reading it I have personally recommended it to many women - and want to recommend it to all of you too! I believe Tami is on the leading edge of holistic women's health and that this book should be widely available to all women.
Wild Feminine guides women to access the infinite creative energy potential of the womb and pelvic bowl through meditation, visualizations, journaling, ritual, intention, awareness, and self massage. For any women who is experiencing imbalance in their sexual health, pelvic floor health, creativity, and vitality, as well as women who are postpartum - this is a rich resource for guiding you to tap into your core power.
Find out more at www.wildfeminine.com