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Doula Trainer- Mavis Gewant

Mavis GewantMavis is a BAI doula trainer and she is a gift to BAI.

She is a Labor & Postpartum Doula and Certified Lactation Counselor also offering Childbirth Education, Breastfeeding Support and Birth Counseling in Ulster, Dutchess and Orange Counties and is a Doula Trainer for Birth Arts International. Mavis a Sacred Artist and her Birth Mandala is featured in Pam England’s book, The Labyrinth of Birth. Learn more about Mavis and what she can offer at Sacred Mother Arts and Gentle Care Doula Services.

You can find Mavis training BAI doulas all over the world. If you want her to schedule a workshop please contact her about what it takes to host a regional workshop.

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Doula Trainer- Helena Wu 0

Helena Wu

Helena Wu

Helena Wu is a fabulous BAI trainer. She is a gentle and thoughtful teacher. We are so blessed to have her on our team.

Helena of Moon Mountain Midwifery and Herbal Medicine  is a Licensed Midwife who has   been attending homebirths in the southern Vermont area since 1990. She trained   by apprenticing with different midwives and is a Certified Professional Midwife.   She has been a La Leche League Leader, Childbirth Educator (trained through   ALACE and Cooperative Childbirth Association), Doula and Postpartum Doula. Helena has been a BAI trainer since 2003.

She loves teaching about natural birth. “I am committed to keeping alive the   old ways of being with women, developing our tools (herbs and other natural   therapies, simple ritual, love) and passing along the wisdom.” She is the   owner of Good Medicine Tree, an herbal apothecary, where she   offers products, herbal education courses (Happy Heart Sacred Plant Medicine and others) and health consultations. Fostering humankind’s awareness of their   connection with Nature and Spirit is her passion. She is a member of the Vermont Midwives Alliance, the Midwives Alliance of North America, National   Association of Certified Professional Midwives, United Plant Savers and is on   the Council of the Northeast Herbal Association.