Kimberley Roberts (they/them) – London, England
The Queer Doula
Kimberley Roberts is a queer, trans doula offering full spectrum doula services and complementary therapies.
king yaa (they/them) – Cape Town, South Africa
king yaa is a black, genderqueer, queer, masculine of centre being who has birthed three humans. They were raised in Toronto, Canada and currently occupy space in Cape Town, South Africa. Their work is grounded in and informed by intersectional feminism, anti-oppressive, trauma-informed care, body liberation and sex positive frameworks. king yaa centres their work on the intersections of queer wellness and dignity.
Their offerings include gender affirming bodywork, somatic coaching, movement for resiliency, full spectrum birth support, transitioning companion and as well as training intentional health and wellness providers with LGBTQ+ competencies, specializing on queer, trans and non-binary individuals, to create safe and inclusive practices.
Justine (she/her) – Edmonton, Alberta
Empowered Beginnings Birth & Postpartum Doula
Justine is a queer birth and postpartum doula serving diverse families and birthing people in Edmonton.
She believes that a person’s birth experience will stay with them forever, and she is devoted to helping my clients feel empowered during pregnancy, birth and early parenthood. She also offers services on a sliding scale if income is a significant barrier.
Tessa Morgan (they/them) – Edmonton, Alberta
Tessa Morgan is a non-binary, autistic, full-spectrum birth worker in Edmonton, AB, Canada. Fat parent to their three-year old kiddo. Pro-choice. They provide birth work services on a sliding scale in an effort to make doula support more accessible to all individuals and families.
They provide support through birth, abortion, and postpartum with a special interest in the postpartum period and parenting. Passionate about social justice, reading nonfiction, and beautiful photos of everyday things. They speak English and French, and graduated high school with a diploma in both!
Sam (she/her) – Burlington, Ontario
Sam has been a doula for 21 years – since just after becoming a parent for the first time – and while she has dramatically slowed down the labour support she provides, she loves teaching childbirth classes and being an informational support for those who seek her out.
Kira Liss (she/her) – Toronto, Ontario
Kira Liss, Birth & Movement
Kira Liss offers movement classes, childbirth education and doula support. She’s currently training as a social worker with an emphasis on perinatal mental health.
As a queer provider, she feels particularly drawn to supporting queer and trans families and addressing the gap in services for 2SLGBTQIA families.
Lara Esrey (she/her/they/them) – Montreal, Quebec
Your Doula Lara
Lara Esrey offers full spectrum doula support (abortion & loss, birth, postpartum). As a queer person themself, they are especially excited about supporting queer families and non-traditional families.