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CUTV News Radio spotlights Conscious Conception Expert Nina Ketscher

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Folsom, CA – Nina Ketscher specializes in conscious conception, reducing and regulating stress for women before, during and after pregnancy through each stage of their child's development.

“Conscious conception is about both parents being aware that they are bringing a soul into the world. With that intention and focus, they're creating a child who is connected more consciously with themselves, who they are, what their purpose is in life,” says Nina. “When parents are conscious about conceiving a child, not only do the parents feel more connected and bonded with their child, but that child also feels their parents really wanted them. It can make a huge difference for how they experience relationships, to themselves and the world.”

Nina works with couples and mothers, offering healing work prior to conception, addressing belief systems, patterns of behavior, to create an optimal environment for bringing a child into the world. Nina empowers parents to commit to mindful daily practices that keep them connected with themselves and whatever healing they need to do along the way.

Nina blends somatic and prenatal and perinatal psychology, energy work and mantra meditation into her healing practice.  According to Nina, conscious conception, pregnancy and birth can prevent, not only post-partum depression, but birth interventions and behavioral outcomes.

“I think knowledge and practice is key. And this type of knowledge that I learned has been hidden for such a long time,” says Nina. “Clients say, ‘I don't even think about the problems I came in with anymore. I don't have those problems any more."

For more information on Nina Ketscher, visit www.ninaketscher.com

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