Birth Doulas

dou·la

Dictionary result for doula

/ˈdo͞olə/

noun

  1. a woman, typically without formal obstetric training, who is employed to provide guidance and support to a pregnant woman during labor.

    "from admission through delivery, a doula stayed at her assigned patient's side"

    • a woman employed to provide guidance and support to the mother of a newborn baby.

      "my mother-in-law hired a postpartum doula to help me for a couple of weeks"


Rebecca Benenati heads the team of Wellborn Lifestyle Doulas. She has been a birth doula since 2008, assisting over 120 births to date. The doula services you receive from Wellborn Lifestyle is like no other, we have not only experience and passion but dedication to the wellbeing of our expectant couples. On our team we have Dev Larks, RN, and Bahia Shortlidge, LMT, and others who add to the quality of care our clients receive.


Postpartum Doulas

We mostly refer out for the service of Postpartum Care.


Childbirth Education and Comfort Measures Classes