Elizabeth Noble

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Elizabeth Nobel in 2009

Intactivist Elizabeth Noble (died 2015) was born and raised in Australia, where she completed studies in physiotherapy, philosophy, and anthropology. She was an American Field Service Exchange Student to Tucson, AZ, in 1961.[1]

In 1973 after living abroad, she returned to the USA and founded the Section on Women's Health of the American Physical Therapy Association.[1]

Her first book was Essential Exercises for the Childbearing Year, now in a revised 4th edition. After its publication she was invited to create a video with MGM of an exercise program she designed for Marie Osmond during her first pregnancy. Two more books resulted: Marie Osmond's Exercises for Mothers-to-Be, and Marie Osmond's Exercises for Mothers and Babies.[1]

She wrote the first book for expectant parents of multiples, Having Twins and More. Her interest in psychology led her to write Primal Connections: How our Experiences from Conception to Birth Influence our Emotions, Behavior and Health and Childbirth with Insight. A fierce advocate for the rights of children, she wrote Having Your Baby by Donor Insemination and The Joy of Being a Boy.[1]

Her decades of presenting seminars, and professional membership in National Speakers Association, honed her interest in communication. Her website, ennobler.net provided resources on international communication issues as does her latest book, Winners Speak Globish.[1]

Elizabeth Noble worked at intacthumanity.org. She was the author of the book,The Joy of Being a Boy.

Note: Not to be confused with this other author also named Elizabeth Noble.

Award for intactivism

Mrs. Noble was chosen "Intactivist of the Month" by Intact America.

External links


  1. a b c d e REFweb Elizabeth Noble, goodreads. Retrieved 29 April 2020.