Upstate Birth Arts is the leading placenta expert in Upstate Sc, offering the largest variety of placenta based remedies and methods to our clients.
The placenta is an amazing organ. They nurture life in the womb from the time they are formed, but their role and influence does not cease at birth. Instead. They are perfectly created to nourish the birth person and help with natural healing for a positive postpartum recovery. Placenta remedies enable your system to gradually balance itself, and ease the postpartum transition.
April Hall-Gill, Founder of Upstate Birth Arts, is a
wife, the mother of 5 beautiful daughters and grandmother of 2 amazing girls. She worked as a CPHT (Nationally Certified Pharmacy Technician) For 7 years with Eckerd Drugs and 5 years with the GHS Cancer Treatment Center as a Chemotherapy Technician.
I have always been interested in childbirth and knew that one day I would choose a career in birth work. At the time I didn’t know what that would look like exactly. Through my own journey in childbirth and motherhood, I discovered Placentophagy and lead me to become a Certified Placenta Remedies Specialist. April understands that many mothers are not receiving adequate support during and after birth that is needed to ensure that they have a positive healing and recovery. April is also a trained Maternal Support Practitioner with Bebo Mia. She also provides Fertility, Labor, and Postpartum doula support. As well as Night Nanny Services.
My clients safety is my first priority. I am a Double Certified Placenta Encapsulation Specialist and Certified Placenta Stem Cell Consultant with BBA. I have also completed placenta encapsulation training through IPPA. I have received my certification in Food Safety Handling and OSHA Approved Blood Borne Pathogen Certification. I have built a designated placenta processing area in my home to insure the highest safety standards in a controlled environment. We use EPA,OSHA approved BBP Sanitizers and disinfectants. Along with using 90 % disposal one time use only equipment during placenta processing.