About me

I was raised in a small communities in North Western B.C. My connection to community, land, seasons and cycles of life has always been a part of my reality. My love of life and deep curiosity lead me towards many different paths before I came to birth work, but my interest has always been in health.  I worked as a Home Support Worker and Resident Care attendant for ten years while completing my undergraduate degree in Child and Youth Care. During this time I was exposed to key issues faced my people with disabilities, and this stimulated my passion for social justice work.

While I was at home with my two babies I completed a Masters in Disability Management, which I did part-time, online while I taught yoga and established our new home and garden. During this time I did the DONA birth doula training in 2013, and was certified in 2015. In 2016 I became trained through Douglas College and am now a breastfeeding educator.

In my yoga classes and our doula meetings you will be educated, heard and respected. I strive to help you find adaptive solutions that ensure your body can maximize mobility, safety and comfort on a daily basis. I look froward to hearing from you, please don’t hesitate to send me an email, ask a question or to set up a free meet and greet if you are curious about my services.