Doula School Alumni: Coffee with Karen
Sometimes you meet someone and it just clicks. It has been my experience that the most professional doulas (and the ones with the largest hearts) are those who embrace each other; fostering a sense of camaraderie and forging long-standing friendships along the way. All of the above can be said of my dear doula friend Karen, who sends me wonderful voice notes from Zimbabwe.
10 Tips to LEVEL UP Your Doula Practice
How special that someone would ask to learn from my journey! We had an energizing conversation, and I was reminded that it can be super helpful to have that advice when you’re just starting out, or looking to take your doula business to the next level.
What Changed It All For Me – Sarah’s Doula Path
19 years ago is when it all began- my love for all things perinatal. My big cousin, whom I’ve always been very close with, called me to tell me her big news; she was expecting. We talked for hours, and seeing how I was only 11, I’m sure it felt like that to her!
A Day in the Life of a Doula
The first thing you should know about a normal day in the life of a doula is that there is no such thing as a normal day in the life of a doula. Postpartum soup-making, poring over birth books, and capturing the exact moment someone…
Q & A – Guatemala Retreat in 2022
Our once-in-a-lifetime retreat to Guatemala is fast approaching. We wanted to take some time in the blog to explain more about this trip and what you can expect. We partner with the incredible team at Awakened Spirit Yoga to offer a signature program – Sacred…
The River In Me – Zoe’s Doula Journey
There’s a beautiful river trail that runs through Kungarakan and Marranunggu land, near where my parents live. It begins with a series of rock pools, meandering down through curves and twists in the river bed. You can follow the path alongside it; at times it…