Tnah Louise Sacred Pregnancy Mentor - Art of Sacred Postpartum Ceremonial Advisor - -Bella Faccia Photographer - Life Cycle Celebrant - SP Mother Roaster-
Known by those around her as Earth Mamma, Mother to many, including her family tribe of five men and three female pooches to keep the balance.
Tnah Louise is a creative catalyst who wears many hats. Ultimately, she is working towards becoming a Strega Nona (a Grandma-witch who cares for the people and makes concoctions to heal)in the second half of her life!
Spiritually she is a Ceremonialist + Ritual Maker who feels so passionate about sharing space + reintroducing the act of ceremony into everyday life, helping individuals, families, and her community mark milestones and transitions in their lives. 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.
Tnah is deeply passionate about her role within the Sacred Living Movement, which encompasses several programs that support a “Beauty-way” spiritually grounded lifestyle. Offering two programs Sacred Menarche Online where she shares her knowledge of how to create a beauty-full rites of passage ceremony for the initiated one's first blood. Secondly, Tnah is excited (and a little nervous)to share the long awaited Sacred Son’s program, which she was asked to create by visionary Anni Daulter, who she has also worked with photographing Anni’s book Naturally Fun Parties for Kids, and other editorials for Sacred Pregnancy Magazine.
Through Sacred Living Movement Tnah was trained with Sacred Postpartum as a Mother Roaster, and serves the birthing community in the Los Angeles area by cooking nourishing postpartum meals, encapsulating placentas, holding Closing of the Bone Ceremonies, and practicing the Art of Belly Binding on new mothers.
Tnah is currently studying Archetypal and Cross- Cultural Psychology with emphasis on modalities of creativity under the mentorship of her beloved teacher Dr. Clarissa Pinkolas Estes, author of Women Who Run With The Wolves. Currently in her third year of a five year program: Way of The Wounded Healer. Always wanting to expand on her education so she can do the deep work that heals her family, community and Mother Earth.
" 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. In Lak'ech, Tnah Louise