Sarah Buckley, Stuck In A Routine, And Not Feeling Joy?
It's Good Enough, Mama
In today's episode, I chatted with Sarah Buckley. Sarah is a mindset coach and yoga teacher that specializes in helping women (especially moms) find their voice, stop feeling stuck and get in touch with what they REALLY want. If you feel stuck in a routine or like you're just going through the motions, and ready to feel JOY, this episode is for YOU! Connect with Sarah on IG: https://www.instagram.com/_sarahbuckley/ Sarah's website: https://alternativemoves.com It's Good Enough, Mama Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/441323883888006 Connect with ME on IG: https://www.instagram.com/saraolszewski/ https://www.saraolszewski.com
S2 EP43: Dr Sarah Buckley - GP and Author - Hormonal Blueprint + four homebirths
Positive Birth Australia
On today’s show I have the privilege of interviewing Dr Sarah J. Buckley. Dr Buckley is trained as a GP with qualifications in GP obstetrics and has been writing and lecturing to childbirth professionals and parents since 1997. She is also the author of the international best-selling book "Gentle Birth, Gentle Mothering" - which is available for purchase on the PBA website. Dr Buckley is well known for her groundbreaking report "Hormonal Physiology of Childbearing", the product of her ongoing interest and research on the hormones of labour and birth. Coming from a long line of GP’s, she was influenced by her own experiences working in hospitals and by what she noticed with the birthing women there. Today we chat about her own four beautiful homebirths, diving deep into the hormonal blueprint of labour and birth, what types of things can interrupt that hormonal flow, and how we can fill in these hormonal gaps. Website: www.sarahbuckley.comInstagram: @sarahjbuckleyResources:Hormonal Physiology report: https://sarahbuckley.com/whats-so-great-about-hormonal-physiology/BUY her book here: https://www.positivebirthaustralia.com/collections/all-products/products/pre-order-for-delivery-from-june-22nd-gentle-birth-gentle-mothering-by-dr-sarah-j-buckley
In this episode, we meet Dr Sarah Buckley! Dr Sarah Buckley is trained as a GP with qualifications in GP obstetrics. She has been writing and lecturing to childbirth professionals and parents since 1997 and is the author of the internationally best-selling book Gentle Birth, Gentle Mothering. Sarah has a special interest in the hormones of physiological labour and birth and the impacts of interventions. In 2015 she completed an extensive report on this topic, Hormonal Physiology of Childbearing, published with Childbirth Connection (US). She is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Queensland, researching oxytocin in labour and birth. She has co-authored several papers on oxytocin in labour, birth and breastfeeding. Sarah is also the mother of four children, all born at home and now all adults. She lives on the semi-rural outskirts of Brisbane. In this episode we discussed the power of hormones in undisturbed birth and how Oxytocin assisted in natural birth. As well as touching base on ecstatic birth and much, much more! Listen to this amazing episode now to help you prepare for your homebirth! You can keep in touch with Sarah on these platforms: Website www.sarahbuckley.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drsarahbuckley/ Twitter: @SarahJBuckley Instagram: sarahjbuckley Show Notes: Sarah's blog on Epidurals with the oxytocin feedback loop diagram - https://sarahbuckley.com/category/blog/ And one on having the best caesarean! - https://sarahbuckley.com/how-to-have-the-best-cesarean/ Blog with recent findings on oxytocin - https://sarahbuckley.com/pitocin-side-effects-part1/ Blog from Gloria about the importance of parasympathetic (quiet and dark) - Gloria Lemay blog: - http://wisewomanwayofbirth.com/vbac-and-the-doula/ Study from British Colombia about VBAC at home BC midwifery guidelines allow VBAC with midwives and at home https://www.bccnm.ca/Documents/standards_practice/rm/RM_Policy_Statement_on_Planned_VBAC.pdf This is quite good too - http://www.midwiferygroup.ca/downloads/vbac/CMBC%20VBAC%20guidline.pdf Hormonal Physiology of Childbearing https://sarahbuckley.com/whats-so-great-about-hormonal-physiology/ Join our free Facebook Support Group HERE! And if you would like support during your pregnancy leading to your homebirth/ freebirth you can get in touch with Ashley on Insta or Facebook by sending a quick message @themotherhoodcircle HAPPY BIRTHING GODDESS! Ashley xx
S1: (#21) Sarah Buckley I Ecstatic Birthing: The pleasure of birthing
The Ivonne Monéton Show
Welcome back, everyone. I am so excited to present Sarah Buckley.I am so excited to dive into today’s topic of ecstatic birthing which means giving birth to a child in total ecstasy or outside our usual state, so we are transformed as we enter motherhood. In this episode, we'll dive into Sarah's story to really understand where her curiosity and passion started. We'll be discussing: 1. How the process of birth can be transformative 2. What actually happens in the woman's body for birthing to occur 3. How we can make it ecstatic4. What is an undisturbed birth5. Tips on how to prepareDr Sarah Buckley is trained as a GP (family physician) with qualifications in GP obstetrics. She has been writing and lecturing to childbirth professionals and parents since 1997 and is the author of the internationally best-selling book Gentle Birth, Gentle Mothering.Sarah has a special interest in the hormones of labour and birth and the impacts of interventions. In 2015 she completed an extensive report on this topic, Hormonal Physiology of Childbearing, published with Childbirth Connection (US).She is currently a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Queensland, researching oxytocin in labour and birth. She has co-authored several papers on oxytocin in labour, birth, and breastfeeding.Sarah is also the mother of four children, all born at home and now in their teenage years and beyond. She lives on the semi-rural outskirts of Brisbane. If you're interested in learning from her, this is her website: www.sarahbuckley.comEnjoy!
Letting Labour Begin on Its Own with Dr Sarah Buckley
Pour The Tea, Will You?
In this final episode of Season 1, Lesley is joined by Dr Sarah Buckley who shares her wealth of expertise on the topic of the hormonal physiology of birth, specifically related to Lamaze Healthy Birth Practice No.1. Dr Buckley describes quite beautifully what the consequences are for birthing mothers and their babies when hormonal gaps are created by interrupting the normal physiology of birth through induction of labour or scheduled cesarean. As with all episodes in this series, I have some top tips for you. Sarah offers her advice to how you can fill in these gaps to ensure that your postpartum is a time where you are able to experience positive attachment and increase breastfeeding success.
Shari & Nicola are incredibly excited to share this Podcast with you today where we get to chat to the amazing, Dr.Sarah Buckley. Dr.Sarah Buckley is a New-Zealand-trained GP/family physician with qualifications in GP-obstetrics and family planning. She is the mother of four home-born children, and currently combines motherhood with her work as a writer on pregnancy, birth, and parenting. Sarah's work critiques current practices in pregnancy, birth, and parenting from the widest possible perspectives, She encourages us to be fully informed in our decision-making; to listen to our hearts and our intuition; and to claim our rightful role as the real experts in our bodies and our children. Her bestselling book Gentle Birth, Gentle Mothering: A Doctor’s Guide to Natural Childbirth and Gentle Early Parenting Choices, Sarah has presented workshops and conferences in Australia, New Zealand, Europe, the UK, the US and Canada, lecturing to midwives, nurses, physicians, obstetricians, doulas, and childbirth educators as well as mothers and fathers. So sit back and enjoy the wise words, we could have listened to Sarah for hours… To find out more about Dr.Sarah Buckley and all her research and about her books please see the following https://sarahbuckley.com To read the latest research by Sarah: https://www.nationalpartnership.org/our-work/health/maternity/hormonal-physiology-of-childbearing.html Sarah has suggested for up to date research and topics following her blog https://sarahbuckley.com/category/blog/ To book into an only Hypnobirthing Course with Shari visit www.belly2birth.com.au To work with Nicola through pregnancy visit www.nicolalaye.com Please subscribe and review this podcast, please share with other women. Love Shari & Nicola xx
#150 Dr Sarah Buckley is trained as a GP (family physician) with qualifications in GP obstetrics. She is the author of the internationally best-selling book Gentle Birth. Gentle Mothering and the scientific report Hormonal Physiology of Childbearing, published with Childbirth Connection (US) in 2015. Sarah is also mother to four children, all naturally born and raised, now happy and healthy in their teens and twenties. Sarah’s work supports parents to be well informed, and to listen to their hearts and instincts, and take their rightful place as the real experts in their bodies, babies, and families. Sarah currently works as a writer and lecturer on pregnancy, birth and parenting and is also a PhD candidate at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia. See www.sarahbuckley.com and her Hormonal Physiology report at http://transform.childbirthconnection.org/reports/physiology/ Sarah speaks so passionately about gentle birthing and gentle mothering that my pregnant self can not help but get excited for now and what's to come. I am so very grateful that pioneers like Sarah exist to empower women and families in what could be one of the most glorious times in their lives. In the episode we cover Where the passion for pregnancy, gentle birth and parenting came from What is an ecstatic birth The four major hormonal systems active during labour and birth The role of oxytocin during labour and postpartum and the practices that negatively impact their function How mum’s giving birth during the covid - 19 pandemic can still have an ecstatic birth How our hormones ‘behave’ in that first hour after birth and how can we work with them harmoniously And so much more
In this episode I was absolutely honoured to be joined by Dr Sarah Buckley! Dr Buckley shares with us fascinating information surrounding our hormones in birth and how they play a role in attachment to our babies. We also discuss hormonal gaps and how epidurals can interfere with our hormonal flow in labour. •Dr Buckley is is a General Practitioner with qualifications in GP-Obstetrics and Family Planning. She is incredibly well-known and highly respected in the birthing world. She is the author of the best-selling book ‘Gentle Birth, Gentle Mothering’. Her work is widely published around the globe and she is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Queensland with her research focusing on oxytocin and the autonomic nervous system in labour + birth and the impacts of interventions. Dr Buckley often speaks at conferences and regularly holds workshops. You can find more of her work at sarahbuckley.com.
14. Sarah Buckley on the Myths of Strength Training for Runners
There are a lot of myths around strength training and running and Sarah Buckley breaks it all down for us and explains why strength training is so misunderstood, especially when it comes to long-distance running. The post 14. Sarah Buckley on the Myths of Strength Training for Runners appeared first on Running Lean with Patrick McGilvray.