Doula Tlazohteotl Birth Services

Yaocihuatzin, PhD

Professionally Trained Birth and Postpartum Doula (DONA)
Educational Consultant, Childbirth Educator





Welcome to Doula Tlazohteotl Birth Services

Tlazohteotl is a Nahuatl word. Tlazoh means love and teotl means spirit.
Tlazohteotl translates to the love spirit. Tlazol means filth, therefore,
Tlazolteotl is the spirit who eats filth, cleanses the soul, and purifies. A
common image of Tlazolteotl is when she is squatting in a birth-giving
posture. Also, Tlazolteotl represents the warrior women who give life, mother
earth, ritual cleansing, childbirth, fertility, sexuality, and is associated with the
moon. Tlazolteotl is the protector of midwives/doctors, doulas, and
Moms-to-be.

What is a Doula?

As a birth doula, I accompany women in labor to help ensure a safe and
satisfying birth experience. I completed my training with DONA International. I
draw on my professional training, knowledge and experience to provide you
with advocacy, emotional, informational, physical, and partner support. I am
independent and self-employed. As your doula, I am working for you, not
your caregiver or hospital. I am a birth and postpartum doula and I provide my
services throughout Queens, Long Island, Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, and
in parts of New Jersey and Connecticut. I look forward to supporting you in
the transition to parenthood.


                   917 284 7791
         
 yao.doula@gmail.com






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