I offer the usual range of midwifery services. Most midwives, I think, have one or more specialities in the alternative spectrum of medicine or bodywork. So have I.
All basic midwifery services are usually covered by the public health insurance plan. Private insurances are meant to pay all basic maternity services as well. It might be helpful to ask, what exactly is covered.
Offers which are slightly more on the alternative side of the spectrum might have to be covered privately. Please ask, so we can discuss it.
the cosiest way to give birth. Evidence-based, gentle care in your own environment.
is something that I currently don't offer.
with birth preparation and prenatal check-ups
with breastfeeding support.
In my case, this is usually not a lone-standing service, but part of a package together with pregancy and labour care.
through chinese medicine with acupuncture and similar techniques, phytotherapy, basic homeopathy and aroma therapy.
I'm a certified Sexolocial Bodyworker since 2021 and I think this somatic approach is fantastic to accompany all transformational processes around body identity, birth experiences, trauma and everything related to sexuality in the broadest and narrowest sense. Find out more here! Sorry, so far German-only...
I am currently not planning any classes, such as antenatal birth preparation classes or postnatal exercises. I’m happy to hold a course in Portuguese, Spanish or English again on request, if several women or couples group up to a sufficient number of participants. Get in touch!
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Anna, 2 weeks after her home birth
When Peter doesn't visit us anymore it's like cutting another umbilical cord.
Caro, 10 days after the birth of her son.
It was an incredibly beautiful time which we will probably never forget.
We were completely satisfied with everything and have no criticism at all. Thanks for this little piece of eternity that you gave us. Hopefully our next child can be born with you again.
Martina in her birth afterthoughts
My labour was not what I had hoped for and I was really sad my midwife couldn't be with me when my daughter was born. I was still very happy he had prepared me so well. This gave me a lot of security, despite the unexpected progression.