This cave is a sacred place where mothers have given birth for centuries
23 Apr 2022
The Birthing Cave in Sedona, Arizona is a sacred place where mothers have given birth for centuries. The cave is located on the north side of a red rock cliff, and is only accessible via a narrow ledge. The cave is said to be protected by a spirit that helps the mother during childbirth.
The first recorded birth in a cave was in the early 1800s, when a woman from the Yavapai tribe gave birth to her son. The Yavapai have long regarded the cave as a sacred place, and continue to use it for births to this day.
The Birthing Cave is also popular among non-native mothers. In recent years, the cave has become increasingly popular with women from all over the world seeking a natural and spiritual birth experience.
If you are interested in giving birth in the Birthing Cave, you will need to contact your local midwife or doula who can help you arrange it. There are also several tour operator companies that offer cave tours.