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Journey Into Pregnancy is a meditative series of intentional explorations for the expectant mother as she journeys from conception through birth. This is the 4th album in the 4 CD series.
Other albums include:
The third trimester is about preparation – for labor, for delivery and for welcoming a new life to the world. Stay comfortable and connected to your baby during this period, and continue to read, sing and play music to your belly. These passages will guide you and your family through the end of your pregnancy and will leave you feeling ready to embark on your next journey - parenthood.
Stacey Martino is a Khalsa Way Prenatal Yoga teacher, trained to teach at Golden Bridge and The Bhakti Shala, both in Los Angeles, CA. She received her MFA from The New School for Social Research in NY and has been teaching relaxation and sensory techniques to actors, directors, artists, pregnant women and people effected by homelessness and trauma since 1998. She was trained through Marshal Rosenberg's Parenting Peer Leadership Program and is committed to living and sharing the gifts of compassionate parenting. She serves on the boards of several nonprofits including i-Act, Family Heart Camp and Serve the Warrior. She is a wife and the mother of two home birthed daughters and is expecting her third child.
- “Meditation itself is a state that has been explored, described, taught and defined both in depth and eloquently by many different people and schools of thought. At its core, it is a practice in which an individual trains the mind to induce a state of consciousness that aids in the development of awareness, space, concentration, clarity, attention and insight. This series of internal exercises draws on my experience with many different teachers from particular lineages steeped in meditation, visualization and sensory techniques. The intention of this series of recordings is to offer a hybrid of these very specific and respected techniques that speaks directly to the needs of a pregnant woman and her family.” - Stacey