A Birth Story
ᐊᔭᒥᐦᐁᐃᐧᐢᑫᐧᐊᐧᔮᐃᐧᐣ

The perinatal, Birth and Post-Partum experiences should be supported and protected in dignity, respect and care. I completed my Doula training in 2016 (DSA Certified) and since then have had the privilege to attend home, hospital, water-births and birth on the Land.
 

I am passionate about radical personal wellness, land-based healing and nutrition for pregnant and post-partum individuals and their little ones. As a new parent and post-partum person myself, I am shifting my practice into pre-natal and post-partum support.
 

I look forward to supporting you in your pregnancy and post-partum journey. I currently offer virtual consultations and supportive care while on my maternity leave.

“An empowered community is made up by empowered individuals and empowered families, and to me empowerment is feeling at home with who you are, and that begins with the moment of birth. So my own birth story is a great source of strength to me. And so when you ask the questions about our children, I have to go the long way around and say it begins with the way they get born.”


(Mohwak Midwife Katsi Cook in an interview by Wessman and Harvey)

WHAT I OFFER

s u p p o r t | v a l u e s

In 2016, I completed my in-course DONA certified training. 

I am registered with the Doula Services Association (DSA) of British Columbia, 2017.  I am a mixed BIPOC educator, artist and doula passionate about anti-oppressive practices that cultivate safe, sacred and loving perinatal experiences. I currently offer virtual consultations and supportive care while on my maternity leave.
 

Services offered in English, French, Spanish & Portuguese (BR).

S E R V I C E S

REFLEXOLOGY 
 

BREATH SUPPORT PRACTICE

POST-PARTUM NUTRITION


Breastfeeding Support and Meditations

 

Wellness visualizations 
 

ANTI-RACIST AND LOVING UNCONDITIONAL  SUPPORT
 

EDUCATIONAL WORKSHOPS ON THE IMPORTANCE OF CULTURALLY SAFE BIRTH SUPPORT
 

post-partum herbal bath salts and womb massage

please scroll below to view a complete list of services.

Please ask about free Doula Care for Indigenous Families

NO-COST DOULA LIST

Not everyone can afford a doula. 

I believe that every one who needs/wants birth support should get it. Therefore, I offer my services to those who can not afford birth support (specifically single mothers, first time mamas).

I believe in trade economy and am open to discussing a trade for our time together!
Please do not hesitate to contact me for more details.