Integrity and relationship is what drives Yasmin's value system. She upholds and practices high standards of biomedical ethics. The field of Human Lactation and Craniosacral Biodyamics is still a developing science although its fundamental clinical principles are deeply rooted in human connect and care, she aspires to add a body of work through research and passing on its core principles. These are those rare professions which has yet to evolve out of depleting ethics in world human economic affairs. She is hopeful because there are just too many woman and practitioners with real hearts across the world who may not allow this profession to be overcome by profit driven economics too soon.
This belief is the strive to make nourish & nurture to become an outreach clinic for all families who are seeking professional clinical lactation, parenting educational support and craniosacral treatment, irrespective of caste, creed, religion or economic status. Check for FREE Craniosacral & Lactation Clinic Day here for lower income families.
Yasmin shares, "One of the profound gifts of my learning has been a realization to look at everything around us holistically – be it education, knowledge, medicine, nutrition, breastfeeding including mothers and babies. Therefore it becomes imperative to understand the Mother Baby’s story from a standpoint of lactation, anatomy, physiology, nutrition, psychology among many others and draw out a plan for holistic approach to healing, counseling & guiding."
She believes in working towards providing high quality care with integrated outcome of therapies in collaboration with other health professionals such as homeopathy, allopathy, psychology, craniosacral therapy, acupressure, physiotherapy, energy bodywork and hypnotherapy towards better management of breastfeeding issues. She also insists in recognizing & acknowledging the psychosomatic factors & the impact of birth trauma in breastfeeding issues.
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