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The Purity Continuum

After the unprecedented events of the last few years, we've heard the cry for birthing support that lies

within the elements of purity.

Pure living, Pure birthing, Pure health. 


From this we've chosen to create a Collective of practitioners that are aligned with, and committed to upholding these principles. TPC was formed from the wisdom and desire to offer more options to families in WNC, and around beyond. 

Change is born through the individual's embodiment of sovereignty and courage. We are coming together to support this in one another, and bring into being an autonomous, empowered experience of family and health.

We are currently in the formative stages of TPC, with a directory and service guide on the horizon. If you'd like to be a part of the birth of pure consciousness, please connect with us below!

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Posts We Love!

Who Can Check the Cervix of a Tiger by Sister MorningStar

"This is the powerful reminder to those who support women in their birthing times: when the current method of scientifically managed childbirth no longer serves women, we must have the courage to go back to the “old” ways. To embrace our design, our God-given mother-wisdom, our unique experiences and to love our sisters as they travel their own birth journeys. I honor Sister MorningStar for speaking out and bringing to light the failing realities in our system."

Constructing the Modern American Midwife: White Supremacy and White Feminism Collide by P. Mimi Niles and Michelle Drew

"US exceptionalism in maternity care is marked by the lack of midwives as primary providers. Out of 100 births, only 10 to 12 will be attended by a midwife – and 9 out of 10 of these midwives are white."

Association Between Epidural Analgesia During Labor and Risk of Autism Spectrum Disorders in Offspring from JAMA Pediatr. 2020.

"Is there an association between maternal labor epidural analgesia given for vaginal delivery and risk of autism spectrum disorders in children?"

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