• Meg Brierley

    186.24 miles

    I am a HypnoBirthing practitioner and Doula in East Lancashire. I offer group and private HypnoBirthing courses, as well as refresher and Skype sessions. I also provide individualised sessions to manage anxiety in pregnancy. I am a birth and postnatal doula and trained with Nurturing Birth. My services include providing antenatal preparation (with or without Hypnobirthing elements), remote birth doula support and postnatal work according to your personal circumstances.

  • Anne Glover

    320.66 miles

    Category: Doula

    I am a certified Birth & Postnatal Doula being mentored with Doula UK. I am based in Northern Ireland and cover the majority of maternity hospitals in the area. As a birth doula I offer a comprehensive package including ante and postnatal visits, on-call 24/7 from 38 weeks of your pregnancy, with you during labour from as soon as you want me there, relevant signposting, emotional and practical support for you and your family. It is most important that together we can control a calm and relaxed environment so you can feel safe and confident to birth your baby, whatever Read more [...]

  • Helen Hancock

    370.39 miles

    Hi, I am Helen. I am based in County Londonderry in Northern Ireland. In 2015 I decided to establish my own business supporting families in my community. Cothú (meaning nurture in Irish) is my business name. I am a fully insured and qualified Doula, Breastfeeding Counsellor, Baby Massage Instructor and Baby & Toddler Yoga Instructor. I am also a Weleda wellbeing advisor and I am chief glass blower at Breastbowl.com (European Division) As a glassblower at Breastbowl I encase breast milk in molten glass. I work with postpartum mothers mainly.. Offering invaluable information about infant feeding. What to expect and Read more [...]

  • Sara Vale

    984.41 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 [...]