Samantha is a DONA trained birth doula and Hypnobirthing educator from Honolulu, Hawaii living in Austin with her son and hubby.
As a careered digital agency owner, Sam found her passion for natural birth after working on a labor/delivery photography project in 2018, and further solidified her obsession with Hypnobirthing after using HB for the birth of her son in 2019.
She’s now on a mission to empower woman in fearless birthing and entering motherhood with educated confidence.
She currently hosts a FREE virtual introduction to Hypnobirthing classes each month. Book a quick call with her to find out more today!
Laura is an Austin-born mom to 5 with over 15 years of doula experience; specifically working with newborns, serving in pregnancy centers, and volunteering as a support person to single mothers.
As a mother, Laura has experience with NICU extended stay (with one of her newborns requiring surgery) and another, born premature. She has emotionally supported pregnant and new mothers in and out of ministry settings, while helping care for their little ones. She’s also CPR, first aid and lactation support certified.
Laura holds a deep conviction for championing women in her sovereign strength, and the value of third-party support during the delicate first weeks of postpartum transition.
Koya is a DTI trained in birth and postpartum doula from the green NorthWoods of Wisconsin. With a deep passion for nature, Koya connects with the world through supporting women in her most natural, empowering experience; birth.
Her experience ranges across various modalities including massage therapy, esthetician services, prenatal and postnatal yoga, crystal healing, and a yoni steaming. Koya is a warm, open, and positive personality with an unshakable conviction for the divine feminine strength.
Book a call to find out more about how Koya can support you!
Chaney has a Bachelors of Science in Nutrition and received her training from DONA for Birth and CAPPA for postpartum. As a mother of two – daughter and son – she believes that having connection and a safe nonjudgmental space is what mothers need to be themselves and thrive.
After giving birth to her first child, she remembered leaving the hospital and thinking ‘what do I do next?’ Soon realizing there is no blueprint to motherhood. She began to battle with postpartum anxiety and was concerned about the connection to her daughter until she began the practice of spiritual awareness, gratitude and mindfulness.
Chaney recognized through her experiences that mothers still need mothering too. As a Postpartum Doula she wants to pour into moms and help fill their cups when they are pouring out to their families.