Los Angeles Area
Sacred Sons Creator
Tnah Louise is a powerhouse whose work is not defined by one thing. Her many passions include Sacred Pregnancy Mentor/Core Leader hosting retreats throughout the USA, a ceremonial advisor for Sacred Pregnancy’s newest body of work ~The Art of Sacred Postpartum. One of Tnah’s biggest joys is as a Life Cycle Celebrant with her own company – “A Sacred Passage”, reintroducing the act of ceremony into everyday life, helping individuals, mother’s to be, families, and her community mark milestones and transitions in their lives. As a mother of four sons ranging from 8-18,- each a very different birth experience (including a birth on the beach of Costa Rica), Tnah has heard the call and is now leading groups for both future Sacred Pregnancy Instructors (nation wide) and pregnant mothers in the Los Angeles area, through their journey of empowerment in becoming a Whoa-Man; preparing them for the most important transition ever…motherhood! Tnah has found that this deep work serves as an ancient cook-fire; a meeting place where we come together to nurture one another through meaningful connection. She is so excited about this movement and is committed to helping each of you remember your woman’s wisdom by weaving a web of support for mothers and mothers to be, in a loving environment. Her work does not stop there, but continues as she honors new mothers in need of postpartum care (a necessary support often taken for granted) . As a Sacred Postpartum “Mother Roaster”, she encapsulates placentas, makes healing nourishing brews, belly binds and offers her healing hands in reverence. Her love of life and color can be seen in her photography for Bella Faccia Foto a business she started with her husband over nine years ago and has grown to include a beautiful book collaboration with Anni Daulter called “Naturally Fun Party For Kids”.
“I embrace emerging experience, I participate in discovery. I am a butterfly. I am not a butterfly collector. I want the experience of the butterfly.”- A quote that best describes Tnah Louise by William Stafford
She looks forward to circling with you and offering her services.