After working with children and families for over 15 years, I can consider myself pro natural parenting, respecting both family beliefs and children’s needs. For the past three years I’ve been focused on my passion as a doula, supporting all kinds of women from preconception onwards. I have just started my journey as a Mizan Therapy Practitioner.
of women, capabilities, weaknesses and healing.
Being a doula involves reconnecting with myself as a woman, with my heritage, traditions and ancestors.
My approach is unique, combining nicely my educational background with my holistic understanding of the world, from traditional women’s health, natural healing, remedies to mindfulness. I nurture and support women in a natural, calm and Meraki way.
Qualifications and training
✿ August 2018. Mizan Practitioner Training. Mizan Therapy.
✿ October 2017. The Women’s Voices Conference. Inspiring Future Maternity Services. Women’s Voices.
✿ September 2017. Wombspace workshop. Mizan Therapy.
✿June 2017 Safeguarding level 1. Royal Free Foundation Trust.
✿ February 2017 Birthrights: Human Rights in Childbirth Day.
✿ September 2016 Paediatric first aid course. Tinies.
✿ March 2016 Paramana Doula course. Michel Odent and Liliana Lammers.
✿ Oct 2015-April 2016 The Breastfeeding London Course (lactation specific education): Breastfeeding Study Days 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. Indira Lopez-Bassols.
✿ March 2015 Doula training. Samantha Sheppard, Mindful Doulas.
✿ January 2015 Qualified Teacher Status QTS.
✿ 2007- 2009 Masters Degree in Early Care and Family. Universitat Ramon Llull.
✿ 2007 Social Educator professional habilitation. CEES Aragón.
✿ 1996-2001 British Bachelor Honours degree standard in Pedagogy. Universitat Ramon Llull.