• Rosie Gray

    147.92 miles

    Category: Doula

    Birth and Postnatal Doula KG Hypnobirthing teacher About me I have three children and was previously an Ofsted registered childminder. Having the wonderful experience of raising my own children and looking after other people’s, I felt drawn to wanting to help others in their transition to parenthood. I feel passionately that the right support can bring great comfort and strength, and make all the difference in having a positive and empowering birth experience. My philosophy is one of nurture, care and encouragement, so that you feel relaxed and confident through birth and the early weeks with your precious new baby. Read more [...]

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    Charlotte Bailey

    148.55 miles

    Category: Doula

    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 [...]

  • Sophie Bartholomew

    151.67 miles

    I am a mentored post natal doula supporting families in South West London. A doula literally means ‘a woman who serves’. In the past, and still in traditional societies, this job would have been carried out by other mothers in the communities, grandmothers, aunts, sisters and neighbours. Today, particularly in London, new mums step away from what many perceive as the supportive networks of their busy work days and embark on a solitary journey as a mother, literally retreating into their homes and closing the door. The human race has never parented like this – it’s really crazy if you Read more [...]

  • Natalie Meddings

    151.87 miles

    Category: Antenatal Teacher and Doula

    I am a doula and active birth teacher based in Putney About Me I have been a doula and an active birth teacher for 15 years now, and feel as excited and committed to supporting women in pregnancy and birth as I did at my journey’s start. I recently published a book called How to Have a Baby, a full-to-bursting bible of really great mother-gathered guidance. The learning never ends – at every labour I discover something new – a way to soothe, a position I’ve never seen before, a way to navigate a protocol or take charge of a Read more [...]

  • Katie Sandeman

    152.21 miles

    Category: Doula

    Hi, I am a birth doula and live and work in Putney. I thoroughly enjoy every minute of being a doula, find it incredibly rewarding and unbelievably exciting. The journey of birth is the most amazing experience a woman can go through in life and I will be there to give you all the love, support and guidance to help you, your partner and family achieve a happy and fulfilling birth. I will keep you calm and focused during your labour and will point you in the right direction to help guide you through this emotional time. As a birth Read more [...]

  • Sarah Wilkins

    152.5 miles

    Category: Doula

    I am a mentored birth doula but have attended over 10 births and have experience of VBAC, home birth, first and subsequent deliveries. I have a passion for working with those who are experiencing pregnancy after a loss as i have both professional and personal experience. I am also studying homeopathy having seen it’s benefits during recent deliveries. It is so important that you choose the right Doula, please do give me a call and we can have an informal chat and at the very least I can point you in the right direction 🙂 About me I am a Read more [...]

  • Sarah Mosier

    153.32 miles

    I am a British America mother of 3. I came to the doula world from my own experience with a wonderful doula who helped my family and I tremendously for the birth of my last child. Her calm happy energy was so powerful for me that I felt that more people should be able to have the ability for someone to be there as a sounding board, calm reassurance, and positive energy before during and after birth. To pursue this I attended the gurus of all things birth Michel Odent and Lilianna Lammers doula course and gained my accredited status Read more [...]

  • Vera Dubrovina-Thompson

    153.59 miles

    Category: Doula and Yoga Teacher

    Giving birth to my children was life changing experience, and I was inspired to become a doula and help other women to experience the joy of birth and motherhood. I am truly passionate about the idea that this experience should have a positive and transformative impact on your life. I try to provide the environment in which this can be achieved. The approach I adopt when supporting a woman is to focus on understanding the individual client’s needs, and meet them at their level of experience. As your doula, I will help you prepare for birth, discuss your choices and Read more [...]

  • Scarlett Wallingford

    153.68 miles

    Hello, What a pleasure to be doing this amazing work. I am passionate about empowering women and men to feel confident in their decision making for themselves and their children. The act of physical birth is deeply entwined with the mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of the woman and the environment. When we acknowledge this, the woman and her family are empowered to direct the course of events to their own satisfaction. I am a New Zealand educated midwife, now practicing as a doula here in the UK. I have been involved in women’s physical, mental and emotional health for Read more [...]