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Registration for The Ancient Indigenous Birthworkers Doula Training Course is NOW OPEN!

Class Start Date: September 23, 2023  

Virtual course $111 (Original Price $699)

Extended course with virtual and hands on training $333 (Original Price $999)

This will be my very last doula training group course ever!

Get the training you need to become a doula/birthworker.

Make sure that your email address and all other information is right and exact.

I look forward to connecting with you! 

FAQ: What exactly is a doula?

Answer: A doula is typically a person trained to advise, inform, and offer emotional support, spiritual support and physical comfort to a mother before, during, and after the birth of her child. 

FAQ: Once this course is complete will I be "certified"?

Answer : No. This is a training course created to educate you as a birthworker. Becoming a doula DOES NOT require any type of certification. A doula is not a medical professional. A doula simply supports the mother throughout the pregnancy, during the birth and after the birth. You will receive a certificate of attendance and completion upon finishing the course. 

FAQ: Is this course a DONA approved training workshop?

Answer: No. This course is for those who know and understand that birthing and birthwork requires no approval, no certification and feel power in excercising their private, indigenous, aboriginal and soverigned birthright. This course is for those who simply seek the knowledge and are willing to learn and do the work because there is a greater mission at hand. This is for those who seek no validation from programs that create the idea of standards and requirements to solely make money off of you. 

FAQ: Does this course cover all of the requirements that are listed by DONA?

Answer: I have ensured that this course covers everything that you would typically learn in a DONA doula training workshop. However, DONA has a long list of what I would call unnecessary fees and requirements. With DONA you are required to pay for a training workshop $300-$750, purchase a DONA International Birth Doula Certification Packet (which is only valid for 2 years and does not include the postpartum doula certification packet $110 ), complete a birth doula required reading list, attend a breastfeeding class or workshop, receive training in childbirth education or midwifery, attend 3 births (for free), write a 500-1000 word essay, pay another certification application fee totaling anywhere from anywhere from $700-$1,500 (not including yearly membership and recertification fees) which in actuality , none of it is required to start working as an actual doula. 

FAQ: How soon can I begin working as a doula?

Answer: You may begin working as a doula as soon as you would like. I recommend that you get the training, knowledge and tools needed to be able to provide clients with the ultimate experience. Once the course is completed, I encourage you to dive right in and help a mama in need.

FAQ: Can I take this course even if I don't live in your city/ state?

Answer:  Yes! This is an online and self-paced course. You will get the hands on training once the course is completed. This program allows you to work with me for up to 3 births as a doula in training (back up doula) once the course is complete. It doesn't matter the city or state that you are in. I have clients in almost all 50 states and internationally. You will get the chance to work directly with me before you step out on your own as a birthworker. 

FAQ: Will I get to assist you with a birth before taking clients on my own?

Answer: The extend apprenticeship program allows you to work with me for up to 3 births as a doula in training (back up doula)  It doesn't matter the city or state that you are in. I have clients in almost all 50 states and internationally. You will get the chance to work directly with me before you step out on your own as a birthworker. 

FAQ: What are the benefits of this course as opposed to other courses I've found online like DONA?

Answer: This course covers ancient holistic and traditional indigenous rites of birthing and healing. This course prepares you to assist home births, births at birthing centers and also hospital births while exercising indigenous birth rights.

FAQ: Are males allowed to take this course?

Answer: Absolutely! This is why in the course you will learn why I eventually abandon the term doula/doulo and adopt a more appropriate term, birthworker. Some women prefer a more intimate birth setting with just her and her partner. Having your husband/partner as your doula/birthworker is a sure way to keep things private all while withholding the knowledge that it takes to create the safe experience that mama desires. 

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