Alexandra R. Johnson, MD, offers prenatal consults that include hypnosis for pregnancy and birth, Breema bodywork and Self-Breema to enhance health and vitality, and parenting support in the early years and beyond.
Her unique understanding of individualized birth and parenting needs comes from her experience with births in multiple settings, including hospital and home births, and from her five children, who are both biologic and adopted.
Dr. Johnson trained in Family Medicine at the University of Colorado, with a fellowship in obstetrics. Throughout her medical career, her emphasis has been on finding simple and meaningful paths to optimal health. She has used Breema’s universal principles extensively in both prenatal care and labor to cultivate an open, nurturing environment in which great transformation can take place. She was featured in the 2016 film, Why Not Home?, discussing the importance of physiologic birth practices and the need for conversation between home birth and hospital birth providers.
At the Greeting Health clinic in Rockridge she integrates Breema bodywork, hypnosis, and diet with functional and western approaches, to create a personalized plan for the whole family. The integrative clinic also offers somatic psychotherapy, acupuncture, massage, and individualized prenatal yoga instruction. Dr. Johnson is not currently attending deliveries, but will partner with you prenatally to create a plan that empowers you mentally, physically, and emotionally for your birth, and support you along the way.
Dr. Johnson also travels internationally teaching Breema as a profound self-care method for parents, birth workers, psychotherapists and other professional caregivers.