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    Charlotte Bailey

    I am a Doula. I am a mum. I am a sister. I am a friend. I am a Birthing-Badass, a Birth Warrior. I am a champion of women, of pregnant, labouring and postnatal Mamas; an enabler for new parents. I have been a Nanny, a Maternity Nurse, a Student Midwife, a Facilitator for Women’s Empowerment. I have been a stay-at-home mum, a work-at-home mum, an on-demand-breastfeeding mum, a stressed-out-and-sleep-deprived mum, a feeling-isolated-in-my-own-house mum, a my-life-has-turned-to-shit mum, a Postnatal Depression mum. I have been a single mum. I am now a very-happy-well-balanced mum. I am now a Birth Warrior Mum. Read more [...]

  • Lisa Harms

    I have been working as a post natal doula for over 10 years almost exclusively with families of new born twins. I provide emotional and practical support from birth for as many months as is needed. I absolutely love my job and feel passionately about supporting new families. I am a twin myself and have 3 children in their late teens. I am happy to work anywhere in the Bristol area and offer a free of charge initial visit that is obligation free.

  • Nina Rickman

    I am 40 and a mother of two young boys. I am also a personal trainer that specialises in pre and post natal fitness -specifically pelvic floor dysfunction and diastasis recti (abdominal separation) and optimal nutrition. I am a Breast Feeding Peer Supporter and am studying Sports Massage. Through my experiences of childbirth – neither of which resulted in a labour or birth that I had hoped for – I feel passionately about giving support to mum and dad to be, in order for you to “be heard” and have the space to consider the choices that you will be Read more [...]

  • Bernadett Kasza

    I run The Science of Birth Programme in Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch area, bringing: – Antenatal Preparation Classes for pregnancy, birth and postnatal period sharing information and providing birth education. – Doula support driven by dedication, experience and compassion. – Hypnobirthing techniques to take control over your birth. – Infant Feeding Support. – Belly dancing as a joyful and gentle exercise for the body and spirit. – I also provide free pre-conception meeting and postnatal trauma counselling. About me: My family and I are living in Bournemouth, in 2018 we welcomed our first child, she is our little Hypnobirthing baby. Read more [...]

  • Lynne Goreing

    Hi, my name is Lynne. I would love the opportunity to be your Doula! A Doula is an experienced woman who provides emotional and practical support throughout your journey from pregnancy to your life as a new family. The support should be tailored to your individual needs. A Doula needs to be someone who really listens to you and is an advocate and guide consistent with your wishes. As a qualified Nurse, Midwife and Specialist Community Health Nurse, I am able to support you. I have a BSc. (Hons) in Health Studies (first class) and a PGDip in Specialist Community Read more [...]

  • Carolina Coimbra

    Hello my name is Carolina and I decide to be a Doula because during my pregnancy I had a Doula that help me to find all choices for my birth, help me to have confidence in me. After my childbirth I felt that the postpartum it’s so intense that we really need someone to help us, take care of us without judgements or trying to give you advices that you have to follow. So I want to be a Doula to help women to feel as I felt during my pregnancy and to help women at postpartum to not feel Read more [...]

  • Danielle Fox

    I am a birth and postnatal Doula based in Barry, Vale of Glamorgan. I cover all areas of the Vale, Cardiff, Bridgend and Llantrisant. My services include: Antenatal preperation along with birth and postnatal support (see website for full details). I am fully certified through Nurturing Birth and am also being mentored through Doula UK. You can book me simply to understand more about the labour/birth process, or to actually attend your birth to assist and support you and your birth partner. I can also visit you at home if you are a new mum who would like support with Read more [...]

  • Gillian Holmes

    I am an antenatal teacher with the National Childbirth Trust (NCT) and I teach Yoga for Pregnancy and Mother & Baby Yoga for NCT and privately. I have also worked in the NHS maternity service at my local midwife-led unit in Stroud. I have helped women having home and hospital births, and have experienced both myself. I believe that given supportive care a woman can be empowered to birth her baby in the way that is right for her on the day and that every birth should be a joyous and wonderful experience. I have three children, a husband and Read more [...]

  • Julia Flynn

    I have supported many families with a variety of births in Herts and North London. I love to share my passion and experience about birth. I also teach Hypnobirthing and run the local Positive Birth Movement group. I aim to support women with the decisions they make and help to arm them with the knowledge and confidence to believe in themselves. I will work with your midwife and birth partner to ensure you feel safe, secure and empowered during the birthing process. I also love to support families post natally, ensuring they slowly take in their new role while take Read more [...]

  • Eva Levinson

    Ever since I can remember I have always been a huge nurturer. My husband always tells people what an advocate I am for babies. I find them fascinating, little explorers that learn more in 1 year, than we as adults would struggle to do. Their brains are not hard wired and absorb so much information like sponges. Clients call me the ‘baby whisperer’, due to my soothing touch with babies. After a long and successful career in the NHS as a trainer. I decided to set up my own training company specialising in training parents to massage their babies and Read more [...]