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 Fallopian Tube, Hatching, & The Fall
with Karlton Terry

Mentoring topics exploring the psychological imprints of the birth journey -  deep dives into the seminal impacts of prenatal issues

In this session, KT speaks to the embodied gestures that signify ovulation, fallopian tube journey, and hatching issues.

Some babies not only want to arch, but yearn to roll backwards, physically emulating the rolling experience of the egg. As the ovulated egg leaves its follicle it drifts and comes into contact with the fallopian tube of the mother, an altogether different environment with its own fluids and chemistry compared to those of the follicle.

This is a new and sometimes strange or even toxic experience for the egg cell that is moving towards conception. A similar experience to a toxic womb or reluctant mother can be encountered during hatching when the blastocyst breaks free from the zona pellucida exposing the inner cells to direct contact with the epithelial surfaces of the tube or womb.

 KT addresses the tactile defensiveness that can remain in the cells and daughter cells from shocking or overwhelming experiences that occur during these vulnerable transitions.

Karlton Terry

Pre and Perinatal Educator and Author
  • Entry Level/Intermediary
  • Power Point Presentation
  • Practical application
  • To support yourself and your client
  • 90 minute class
  • life-long access to recording

Learning outcomes

  • Gain an understanding of the psychological impacts of the very early stages of gestation
  • Learn how experiences during these stages can be expressed by the baby

who can this benefit

  • Birth practitioners who would like to deepen their own personal journey
  • Birth practitioners who would like support in their own work with clients
  • Parents who would like to deepen their awareness of pre and perinatal understanding