Nov
6
7:00 PM19:00

Enduring Endo - Support Group Meeting

If you are someone that struggles with endometriosis or other related pelvic disorders — we invite you to share space with us for our next Enduring Endo meeting on November 6th, from 7-9pm at The Hive.

At this meeting, we are keeping it simple. We will be sitting down to chat and connect as we know that this busy holiday season brings a lot of stress and inflammation to our bodies. There is no current programming scheduled for this meeting, but we would love to see you there regardless.

There is nothing better than sitting down with a group that understands the day-to-day struggles that come along with chronic illness. We love offering and sharing this safe space to everyone.

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(Re)Birth - An Intimate Night of Birth Education
Oct
20
3:00 PM15:00

(Re)Birth - An Intimate Night of Birth Education

Rebirth is finally here. A project created to revolutionize the Phoenix birthing community and give the power back to the child-bearer when it comes to making the best birthing choices for them and their family. 

We are excited to announce that on October 20th, you can join birth workers and community alike as we share an intimate dinner and ignite conversation on alternative birth options that are available within our community. Learn about Midwifery Care, Doula Services and the realities of the Labor & Delivery room from experienced birth workers over a candlelit dinner sponsored by Freak Bros Pizzaand open dialogue. Then connect with us as we enjoy a kombucha hour sponsored by Wild Tonic + pop-up market of all local and momma-made products. 

Our wonderful speakers + birthworkers:

    • Lakisa Mohammed an incredible Student Midwife of Midwives Rising who will cover topics of traditional midwifery care and black maternal health

    • Kierra Otis a passionate Doula from Baby Moon Inn that will discuss the importance of having a Doula in a hospital setting and what that typically looks like

    • Latisa Ratliff, a powerful and established Doula in the valley that will cover standards of doula care and the importance they play in the role of birth

    • Morgan West, a very passionate and knowledgeable OBGYN from Adelante Healthcare that will discuss the language to use when striving for a more natural birth and how to be your own best advocate in a hospital setting.

Pop-up Vendors include:

  • Redheart Jewelry

  • L'apothicaire Naturals

  • Con.Leche Apparel

  • Morning Mist Soaps

  • Buhlaixe Design Studio

  • Sugarface Clothing

  • Suss Pastry

  • Gather PHX

  • More to be announced!

All of the event proceeds will go to benefit the Phoenix Birth Foundation -- local a nonprofit organization that offers midwifery care services to Indigenous people in a safe and inclusive setting.

Purchase tickets here: https://www.squadup.com/events/rebirthphx

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Oct
2
7:00 PM19:00

Enduring Endo - Support Group Meeting

If you are someone that struggles with endometriosis or other related pelvic disorders — we invite you to share space with us for our next Enduring Endo meeting on October 2nd, from 7-9pm at The Hive.

At this meeting, we will be inviting Fay Powell of Item 9 labs out for some THC + CBD education as we explore how THC + CBD can be beneficial treatment options for relieving symptoms of endometriosis. We will also be sitting down to work on some mini self-help zines that will be provided to all attendees. We will also have some surprise vegan treats from our friends Vegan Buns!

Bring some pens, markers and make sure your RSVP for this so we can have an accurate headcount!

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Raising the Floor -- An open discussion with Raising Phoenix
Aug
25
3:00 PM15:00

Raising the Floor -- An open discussion with Raising Phoenix

Here at Raising Phoenix,

Our number one focus is to be inclusive of all in the space we take up. We would be nothing without the communities in which we sit. Which is exactly why we want your involvement.

Help us create a space and platform that builds powerful communities of womxn — for we are only as strong as the womxn that surround us.

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