During labor, many women desire a midwife who is calm, patient, and unhurried. But what if the midwife was not human at all, but a dolphin? This is the wish of spiritual healer Dorina Rosin and her partner Maika Suneagle.
In what some are calling a new trend in spiritual healing, the couple has expressed their desire for a dolphin-assisted childbirth. They believe that dolphins, known for their tolerant, placid, and laid-back nature, can offer a unique and calming presence during the birthing process.
While some are intrigued by this unconventional approach to childbirth, others have raised concerns about the safety and practicality of having dolphins present during labor. Many experts warn against the potential risks and advise that childbirth should only take place in a controlled and sterile environment.
Despite the controversy surrounding dolphin-assisted childbirth, Rosin and Suneagle remain firm in their beliefs and continue to advocate for this unconventional approach. They see it as a way to connect with nature and honor the sacredness of childbirth.
As with any new trend in healthcare, it is important to consider both the benefits and risks before making a decision. While dolphin-assisted childbirth may not be for everyone, it is an interesting concept that challenges traditional approaches to childbirth and highlights the role of nature in the birthing process.
On the latest episode of Channel 4’s Extraordinary Births, a couple made the unconventional decision to have a dolphin as their midwife for the upcoming birth of their first child. They plan to have the birth take place in the ocean, in hopes that their child will learn to communicate with dolphins.
In an interview with The Times, host Katie Piper shared her thoughts on the couple who chose a dolphin as their midwife on Extraordinary Births. While acknowledging that their decision was unconventional, she noted that they appeared content and the woman was visibly at ease during the experience.
Piper further commented on her experience hosting Extraordinary Births, saying “I was impressed with everyone involved and it opened my eyes to new possibilities.”
The audience’s reaction to the episode was largely positive, with many expressing interest in the idea of having a dolphin as a midwife themselves. Rather than being confused or skeptical, viewers appeared to be intrigued by the unique approach to childbirth.