My name is Yael, I am married with four children and I’m a doula and homeopath since 2009. I became interested in the work of doulas and homeopathy after the birth of my first child, as I found both to be extremely helpful during my own birth and postnatal period.
I find Homeopathy to be an amazing natural and safe way to treat various complication, ease pain and eliminate difficulties before, during and after birth. Homeopathy could help you to avoid medical intervention (over due, position of the fetus, exhaustion etc.) keeping yourself and your baby safe and sound.
I have always worked in a caring environment with adults as well as children and find that I can offer a calm presence, especially for pregnant women. I’m a great believer that women are blessed with the physical and emotional strength to give birth and therefore should be empowered to make their own choices.
I see my role as a birth doula to support both the woman and her partner in their unique and personal wishes. In the postnatal period, I’m there to help and support a new mum find her own ways of being a mother.
Apart from my studies with Dr Michel Odent , I have also completed the Birth Bliss Aspiring Doula course and together with my own physiological birth experiences, I feel honored to be supporting other women and couples during this exciting time in their lives.
I look forward to hearing from you!
I believe that women are blessed with the physical and emotional strength to give birth and therefore should be empowered to make their own choices. My wish is to be beside you on this special journey of self-discovery and help you and your partner to realize your inner strengths. On the practical side, I offer my services for expectant mothers (and their families) and postnatal assistance as and when you need it.I truly believe that every women deserve to have a doula either for the birth, after birth or both.I'm passioned about supporting women in this unique time and would like to support any social and ethnic background including single moms, venerable moms and low social economy moms.