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Meet the Team


Christine Anderson,

LMT, Ayurdoula, Holistic Postpartum Care Specialist

Christine Anderson is a Licensed Massage Therapist and Holistic Postpartum Care Specialist.


She is a graduate from the Kalamazoo Center for the Healing Arts, specializes in prenatal/postnatal massage, and offers integrated bodywork sessions and intuitive support through body-led healing.​

Beyond these services, Christine offers postpartum belly binding, in-home Ayurvedic postpartum care, Ayurvedic nourishment, guided infant abhyanga, chakra balancing, lactation support, pregnancy loss care, and open gathering circles for birthers and postpartum doulas. She founded Kalamazoo Family Tree Wellness in 2016, and in 2020 began shifting her focus to postpartum care and advocacy and founded Woven Postpartum. Christine has enjoyed sharing her skills and passion with families for over 12 years, and thrives on bringing community members together to help support and uplift each other. She is a mother, a partner and lover of the elements.

Kalamazoo Center for the Healing Arts - 2010 Enrollment

Certified Massage Therapist - 2011

Hot Stone Massage Certification - 2012

Licensed Massage Therapist - 2014

Completion of DONA Postpartum Doula Training - 2015

Nurturing the Mother Certification - 2016

Bengkung Belly Binding Self-Study - 2016

Myofascial Mastery Certification - 2017

Completion of Birthing Justice and Body Awareness Training through Rootead - 2016

Completion of African Zulu Belly Binding Training through Rootead (via Zulu Birth Project) - 2017

Myofascial Mastery Certification - 2017

Ayurvedic Postpartum Caregiver Certification through Center for Sacred Window Studies - 2020

Sva Sadhana Yoga and Ayurveda Training  Graduation - 2021

Breastfeeding Educator Certification Training - Birth Arts International 2020 - present

Level 1 Death Doula Training - 2021

PAIL Advocate (Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Advocate) - 2022

About Woven Postpartum

Your Healing Begins Here

Since 2021, Woven Postpartum has been supporting families and professionals with workshops, community events, and 1-on-1 prenatal and postpartum care.  Woven Postpartum commits to supporting anti-racism, accessibility to resources, and birth justice for all birthing families.


It’s not always easy reaching out for help, but we are here to offer a non-judgemental space to ask questions and begin healing. Please contact us to make an initial appointment today.

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