About Me


Trianna Raefski, IPPA CPES

To begin and to state simply, I have a passion for all things natural; from my practice as a yoga instructor to the way my family lives. I have two very energetic boys, and a lovely little girl that keeps us all on our toes. 


When I found out that I was pregnant the first time; I was completely elated! I went out and purchased all the books from baby names to what to expect. I focused on diet and exercise with the goal of a natural birthing experience. However, after the birth of my son, I began to experience first hand the infamous baby blues as my postpartum period carried out. Furthermore, I believe this had a direct influence on how I viewed and felt with my postpartum. 


When I became pregnant for the second time, once again I was elated, but this time I knew I had to do some things differently. I had to prepare for the unexpected, especially how to overcome the baby blues I experienced the first time.

After much research, I found my answer…placentophagy (consuming my placenta). I could not believe the numerous benefits (more on that can be found in the placenta benefits and FAQ page under placentophagy research).  In addition, I knew I had to allow myself the opportunity to experience a wonderful postpartum experience, regardless of the birth outcome.

The difference after taking my placenta capsules with my second and third babyer was beyond what I had expected. I felt calmer after my birth, my recuperation time was shorter, my milk supply was higher. And my energy levels were much, even though I was running after other little ones,  and I had a newborn. 

As a result of my experience, I now feel incredibly fortunate to be able assist growing families to adjust during this amazing new chapter in their lives! 


Little things I really enjoy; 


- Learning about Birth Stories 

- Continue learning about Placenta Benefits

- Helping women learn more about Placentas 

- Unexpected friendships over coffee

- Cappuccinos or anything frappe 

- Getting lost between aisles at the library 

- Overcast mornings

- Yoga

- Hiking

- Exploring towns, cities and museums

- A little bubbly 

- Music that you connect with 

- Lore Podcast



  Natural Harmony services have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not meant to prevent, treat or diagnose any disease, illness or symptoms. Clients understand that they are assuming all risks and benefits on their own profound belief of the placenta’s healing and nutritional properties.© 2019 by Natural Harmony Encapsulation. All rights reserved