• Emma Glover

    101.86 miles

    Category: Antenatal Teacher and Doula

    I have been a recognised birth doula since 2004. I have supported over 150 mummies and watched over 160 babies enter the world. I am also a Birth Rocks mentor teaching antenatal classes in groups and on a one-to-one basis and a Baby Rocks massage teacher. I have worked within the NHS providing both breastfeeding support and antenatal and postnatal support which has enabled me to see both sides of the birth process.

  • Kim Hughes

    102.76 miles

    Category: Doula

    I am a Birth & Postnatal Doula, I trained with Nurturing birth in 2007. I also trained to become a Hypnobirthing Practitioner – which I use and teach within my doula role, if its something that is of interest to mum to be. The reason I became a Doula is because I have a real passion and interest in pregnancy, birth and children. I believe that pregnancy and birth are and can be a very natural experience, although we never know what circumstances can change this. As a doula I am fully aware of different circumstances that can change during Read more [...]

  • Amanda Green

    103.01 miles

    Category: Doula

    I feel passionate about supporting women and offering unconditional support, not only to birthing/postnatal women but to all women. If i can assist a mother to obtain what she desires during one of the most life changing experiences she will ever encounter and if this experience can be embraced instead of endured, then, how lucky am i to be part of this, with you.

  • Kirsten Hanlon

    114.36 miles

    Category: Doula

    Birth and Postnatal doula based in Oxfordshire, specialising in the postnatal period. I am passionate about the ‘4th trimester’ being a time of rest, recuperation and developing a positive relationship with your baby. I also run a Retreat in the Cotswolds for tired mamas who need some nourishment and nurturing.

  • Karen Rossiter

    120.2 miles

    Category: Doula

    As a Birth Doula, I would propose to meet you and your partner to discuss your birth preferences and the role of the Doula. Be on call 24 hours a day a week before your due date until your baby arrives. Be with you at your choice of hospital, birthing centre or home once you are in labour and stay with you until the safe arrival of your baby, to comfort and support both you and your partner. Visit you a few days after your birth to see how you and your new family are settling down. As a Postnatal Read more [...]

  • Lisa Ramsey

    120.54 miles

    Category: Doula

    With confidence in your body and excellent support you can have a positive birth experience. Current research confirms that continuous support from another woman, who is not a relative or friend, can have huge benefits; length of labour is shortened, natural birth is more likely, as is a positive birth experience. Whether you choose to give birth at home, in a birth centre or in a hospital environment, you will inevitably meet new people during the experience. A doula is a consistent supporter who you meet and get to know in pregnancy, who will be with you every step of Read more [...]

  • Jude Glover

    121.64 miles

    Category: Doula

    As your birth or postnatal doula, it is my goal to help empower you and your partner to make informed decisions that are right for you and your family. From what type of birth to have, to how to feed and diaper your baby, I will be a shoulder to lean on and a signpost for further information and help. I will not give any advice, medical or otherwise, but will wholly support the educated decisions you choose for yourself, your baby, and your family. Take a look at my website for more information on package descriptions.

  • Florence Etienne-Jackson

    121.75 miles

    Birth Doula Services Free initial meeting at a place of your choice. (after a period of reflection if you decide to book my services I can offer the following for the above price): – A minimum of 2 antenatal visits tailored around your needs i.e. Building our relationship, Birth wish list, Preparation for birth and beyond, Physiology of birth, Comfort measures, Infant feeding, Infant care and much more. – 24 hour on call period between 38 and 42 weeks depending on your needs. – Presence at the birth from the moment you decide that you want me with you. I Read more [...]