• Knowledge Empowers

    Books are interesting but videos are better. You can learn everything you need to know to prepare to birth your baby at your own pace, in the comfort of your home.

  • Learn From a Pro

    Your teacher has attended hundreds of births as a doula and a midwife assistant. She has attended a wide variety of births from medicated births to unmedicated, water births to cesarean birth. She know birth!

  • Proven Methods for Success

    These classes have helped hundreds of families plan and have a beautiful birth experience. These classes along with good communication and practice will help you to achieve your birth goal

Get to know Bea on her Podcast


  • Videos

    Each class includes small bite size videos that are fun and interesting to watch. They include lectures, stories, and examples. You can practice right along at home.

  • Bookmarks

    We are all busy and sitting through a 2.5hr course can be a challenge. These courses allow you to watch the entire course in one sitting or watch a little, take time to process and return later exactly where you left off.

  • Beyond a Lecture

    You are unique. One size fits all, doesn't always work out. These classes include interactive exercises, practices and handouts that help you to begin to explore what you and your family need for this journey.


Professional Labor Doula & Midwife Assistant Bea Wilds

Bea received her initial doula training &  certification through CAPPA in 2012. She continued her education with  some of our nation’s most noteworthy birth workers.  She trained in Rebozo skills with Gina Kirby, she expanded her birth skills with  Birthing From Within’s Virginia Bobro, and became a midwife assistant  with The Farm midwives. Bea has attended hundreds births as a doula and midwife assistant.  She has attended unmedicated, medicated and cesarean  births in the hospital and regularly attends homebirths.As a prenatal yoga teacher and doula, Bea is highly skilled in helping achieve optimal fetal positioning prior to and during labor. Bea’s birth philosophy is that there is not one “perfect” way to birth, rather each woman must meet birth in her own way at that moment.