• Jil Wild Manning

    209.76 miles

    Category: Doula and Reflexologist

    I am a Doula UK recognised doula, and qualified maternity reflexologist. I’m also a qualified and active breastfeeding peer supporter in my local hospital, as well as offering placenta encapsulation services. I offer birth and postnatal doula support to mums and their partners. I believe that birth is a momentous time in the lives of a mother and her baby, and is a spiritual and emotional as well as a physical event…a rite of passage. I see my role as witness and supportive companion to the birthing person, partner and the incoming soul. Birth highlights our individuality and I relish Read more [...]

  • Emma Goodburn

    210.02 miles

    Category: Doula and Night Support

    please visit my website for more information, www.goodbirth.co.uk Providing the time and care you need to prepare you to have a GOODBIRTH, whatever kind of birth it may be, wherever it may be.  Supporting you to make your own choices during pregnancy, birth or when caring for your newborn baby, day and night. Birth Doula, Postnatal Doula, night support.

  • Sally Cropper

    213.98 miles

    Based in Brighton, I am an experienced IPEN Certified Placenta Remedies Specialist, Birth & Postnatal Doula, new doula mentor, Breastfeeding Peer Supporter and general birth geek. I have a great deal of experience in supporting women and their partners in their birth and early parenting choices. Working closely with midwives in the community and within the hospital, my aim is to ensure every experience, no matter what path it takes, is positive. I have also been preparing remedies for mothers from their placentas since early 2010 – one of the first in the UK and certainly the first in Sussex, Read more [...]

  • Sara Vale

    1055.25 miles

    Category: Doula

    My work as a birth doula includes: regular visits so that we get to know each other and build a relationship of trust; massage techniques and movements to learn as a couple and individually; accompanying you to appointments or exams if you so wish; support in the preparation of your birth preferences plan; support in gathering information and data on pregnancy, childbirth and parenting; supporting other siblings, being there with you at the birth and two postnatal visits. I am also always available by phone and from 38 weeks onwards I start my “on-call” period, meaning I am ready (and Read more [...]

  • Emily Marsh

    3540.96 miles

    Category: Doula

    Birth and Post-Natal Doula Closing the Bones practitioner I trained with Nurturing Birth in 2008 and also with DONA in 2009. After the training I couldn’t wait to get started on my journey as a doula. I have had the honour of supporting many couples during pregnancy and birth in 3 countries (UAE, Qatar and U.K.), and have also provided post-natal support to several families. I am passionate about my role as a doula and love the fact that I learn continuously throughout the journey. I feel very grateful that I have a job that I adore.