Get To Know The Members Of The Tampa Bay Birth Network!
Pregnancy, birth and motherhood can be some of the most exciting, challenging and confusing times in a woman's life. Sometimes we feel disappointed, hurt or alone. We have all heard the phrase "It takes a village to raise a child" but our modern style of life does not often provide the woman-to-woman support that we may have had in simpler times.
Meet Evelyn Ojeda-Fox, founder of The Peaceful Birth Project, Peaceful Birth & Peaceful Parenting.
Evelyn is a Transformational Mentor. Her mission is to hold a safe, supportive and nurturing space for women to re-connect with their inner wisdom, and THRIVE in their mother-women journey. She has over thirty years of experience as an educator and mentor. See her full list of training and credentials here.
Evelyn has been a long standing member of the Tampa Bay Birth Network. She was one of the original volunteers creating and organizing events and activities to educate and support the birth community in the early days when the network had just been born. She has continued to be a valuable member of our family to this day.
From personal experience and interactions with Evelyn, we can tell you that she has a gentle and loving spirit. Combine that with her extensive experience and knowledge of birth and parenting and she is exactly the type of person you would want to have as a mentor. The services she offers can give a mother clarity and peace on this most important journey. We are very fortunate to have her right here in Tampa Bay.
Click on each point listed below for further information and details on each of the unique services that Evelyn offers for mothers and women.
"The best way for a society to increase the number of healthy, well-adjusted children is by supporting and nurturing the mothers.
That passion fuels my desire to guide women to navigate the stages of motherhood with joy, mindfulness and compassion and find peace in the midst of chaos. - Evelyn"
Connect with Evelyn via her website here: The Peaceful Birth Project.
Phone: (727) 432-8080.