Hayley Oliveira

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07803522446
Thai
London - North, London - South, London - West
Mentored Birth Doula

Hello and congratulations on your pregnancy and thanks for taking the time to read my profile. I was born and bred in West London until I moved to Asia where I lived for 5 years. Before becoming a doula I was a professional dancer which lead me to study anatomy and physiology at university and later went on to work with dancers and athletes as a sports therapist. After the birth of my daughter, Gigi I had a strong desire to work with women during and after their pregnancies and give them the encouragement and endless support I received. I now specialise in pre and post natal fitness so I also offer this service in one of my packages. I feel passionate about helping women get their active back!

I have always been a doula at heart. It’s in my blood to support others. To help them see their light, their strengths, their brightness.  To remind them that everything will be okay and to just simply be there.  I am passionate about birth.  It inspires me.  It intrigues me.  I can’t get enough. It is in my deep passion to work with birth professionals (midwives, OB/GYN’s, family practice M.D.s) in a collaborative way.  I completed my doula training at BirthBliss this past June and fell even more in love with birth.

Women deserve the birth that is right for them and women deserve to be in control of and feel supported during their birh experience whatever that may be. As a doula I am honoured to support women through their journey into motherhood. I firmly believe women are innately strong and their bodies know exactly what is best for them. I strive to empower clients to let their birthing experiences unfold exactly as mum and baby need it to unfold. As your doula, I am committed to you and your family from prenatal education and birth planning, to the physical emotional process of labour and the early days of parenthood

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