Why hire a Doula? Why take childbirth classes?

Your birth location and birth team plays a huge part in the outcome of your birth. YOU are in control of your birth.

Hiring a Doula and/or taking a childbirth class that serves you can be an enjoyable part of having an informed birth journey. You are powerful and have the right to choose your birth experience. You deserve to be heard and respected along the way. Taking the classes that support your dreams helps you to build confidence while gathering information and skills for your birth. And hiring a Doula is hiring someone to not only be your friend, but be the knowledgable, reliable, on-call and continuous support you need.

When I am invited into a birth space, I am there to help the birthing person feel heard, supported and more relaxed. Birth is a unique experience for every individual and can have a lasting effect on everyone involved. So I take my role in your birth experience and/or journey into parenthood seriously. My hope is for you to cherish this journey for years to come.

It is never too early in your pregnancy to ask for support and information. And it is (usually) never too late to hire a Doula.


Warm Scarf Doula, LLC is owned and operated solely by 

Katie Tighe, Doula, Childbirth Educator, and Spinning Babies® Certified Parent Educator (SpBCPE) 

in Catonsville, Baltimore County and the surrounding areas.


[Photo courtesy of Morgan J Photography.]

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Spinning Babies® Parent Class

With Certified Parent Educator Katie Tighe

For comfort in pregnancy and ease in childbirth.


During labor, the baby turns through three levels of the pelvis. Together, you and your birth partner can use these techniques before and during labor to help “make room for baby!” Spinning Babies reveals how the baby can find optimal positions for labor and allows birth to be more comfortable.


Baby's job in labor is to rotate!

Upcoming Classes

2019:

Sunday October 6th 2:00 - 5:00PM

Saturday November 16th 2:00 - 5:00PM

2020:

Sunday January 5th 2:00 - 5:00PM

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