A Labor Doula is an experienced professional who is trained and educated in the labor and delivery process. She is not a medical provider, but she is experienced in childbirth and educated with up to date information on evidence-based practices. 


A Labor Doula meets with you during your pregnancy to discuss your health, your hopes and fears. She will advocate for your choices and desires and will be there for you to inspire confidence about your labor and birth. She knows common policies and procedures with local hospitals and home birth providers so she can help you prepare for the kind of birth you want.


She also provides physical and emotional comfort during labor, with techniques such as nurturing touch and relaxation methods to decrease labor pain, relieve anxiety, and increase emotional bonding. She does not replace the role of the father, birth partner or other family, but rather empowers them to be a source of support for the mother. A Labor Doula caters her services to the individual needs of that family.  Once your Labor Doula is called to support you during your birth, she does not leave until after you've had your baby.*


She is also trained to help you with breastfeeding. After your birth, she will typically stay an hour or two to help start breastfeeding and help the new family settle in. Once you are home from the hospital, or a few days following your birth, she'll see you at home to make sure you are doing well. She can offer troubleshooting advice and make referrals if you need extra assistance.


*Exceptions are made during a long induction, or during procedures when the medical staff will not allow the Doula to be present.


A WRM Certified Labor Doula goes through a background check, screening, intensive training and mentoring process to help ensure you receive safe, quality care. To be certified, Doulas must attend a minimum of 12 births. 


Our Doulas are required to be current in Infant/Adult CPR & Neonatal Resuscitation, PMAD Training, Community Health Care Worker Training, Child Growth Assessments and WHO Foundation Midwife Training. They have also attended a reputable Doula training workshop.


With over 10 years of experience, we specialize in women over 40, VBAC, high risk pregnancy, families conceiving with IVF, homebirth, hospital birth, LGBTQ, adoption, multiples, single parents, waterbirth, cesarean birth, plus size women, rainbow babies and postpartum depression.


One of the perks of being in business as long as we have is our extensive referral system. Our Doulas can help you find resources for anything from breastfeeding, to photographers or knowing how to find a good Care Provider.

  • 1 Primary Labor Doula + 1 Backup Doula

  • 2 Prenatal Visits, One visit may last up to 2 hours.

  • Each Doula provides one visit, so you can get to know both Doulas on your team.

  • All Fitness Classes at WRM

  • 24 hr on-call availability during your due date range

  • Guaranteed Backup Doula Service

  • Prenatal and Early Labor Phone Support

  • Physical and Emotional Support during active labor and childbirth, continuing into the immediate postpartum period (usually 2 hours after birth) to assist with breastfeeding.

  • 1 Postpartum Phone Check-in at 24-48 hours

  • 1 Home Postpartum Visit within 3-10 days postpartum

  • Available for phone consultations up to 6 weeks postpartum

  • Extensive Referral Services

  • The ability to extend your Labor Doula relationship into Postpartum Doula Care.

Price: Starts at $900, payment plans and scholarships available


​Includes all of the above mentioned, offered in a virtual (face to face) platform.

Price: $450, payment plans and scholarships available


Set up a 30 min visit to discuss topics with a Doula that are most important to you! It can be birth planning, comfort measures, postpartum recovery, or tips on how to reduce exposure.

Price: $20, 30 min. visit on a virtual platform.


Call today 702-478-5080 for a free consultation with a Doula! Or, click the button below to have one call you.

All of our Doulas are Independent Contractors.

Certified Advanced Labor Doula

Tori Hinkle


IG @torihinklemidwife



"I couldn't have asked for a better doula than Tori Hinkle! Simply put, she is amazing. She has a great knowledge about pregnancy, labor, delivery, and all things baby! She was by my side for many many hours when I delivered my son in the hospital. Her bedside manner was so comforting, which really helped me during the entire birthing process. This was my first child, and I cannot imagine doing it without her. She also did an in home postpartum visit, which was sooo nice! Her passion for her career really shines through in the what she does. Well Rounded Momma is a great place to find a doula. I highly recommend Tori. She's the best of the best!" - Justine Dixon


Certified Labor Doula

Kathleen Ordinario


IG @kathleen.ordinario


"Kathleen was my doula in February for the labor and delivery of my first child. She was awesome! I obviously didn't know what to expect and was ultimately blown away by her support throughout my pregnancy and then of course during my labor as well. She was easy to talk to and I felt comfortable approaching her with questions leading up to the birth at our in-person visits, or via texts and phone calls. When I decided I'd had enough of my doctor, she was instrumental in helping me secure an appointment with a new OB-GYN in my 38th week of pregnancy (and my new doc was wonderful, so I am very grateful)! During my long labor she was essential in helping my labor progress (which required getting my posterior baby into the right position) by guiding me through targeted exercises and suggesting certain positions for laboring through contractions (which she then supported me through both physically and emotionally). Many of my friends and family were unfamiliar with the benefits of having a doula (as was I) before I hired Kathleen but now I definitely share my experience with them because I can't imagine going through pregnancy and labor without an amazing doula like Kathleen! If you are questioning whether the cost of a doula is worth it when you are overwhelmed by paying for other baby-related expenses, the answer is yes, you won't regret investing in the support of a doula and you surely won't regret choosing Kathleen!" - Chelsea

Certified Advanced Labor Doula

Ariel Williams


IG @arielthedoula



"I think some people become doulas because it is what they want to DO, but I honestly feel as though it's who Ariel IS. Although she is extremely knowledgeable (I believe anyone can learn information), it's what is in her heart that sets her apart from anyone else. Someone’s spirit cannot be learned or taught; it has to be given. And the Lord has truly blessed her with an incredible gift. I am forever grateful.” - Bonnie S.

Certified Labor Doula

Jillian Young


IG @battleborndoula



"I had the most amazing birth experience. Jillian made sure my birth plan was followed and helped to get my little girl out safely. If it wasn't for her I would have gotten a c-section. I had given up around the 8cm mark but she helped me to stay focused on my goals. She was a total blessing." - Chanell Seltz

Certified Labor Doula

Annie King



IG @annieartsydoula



“I am a VBAC and being so I felt experienced and didn't think I needed a doula. My midwife convinced me so I thought I'd give it a shot. I didn't meet Annie until I was in labor and let me just say she was wonderful. She is so gentle and compassionate. She helped me focus, she helped me breathe through contractions and she gave me the confidence I didn’t have. She helped me get through transitioning by massaging, rubbing essential oils on me, and reassuring me that it will be okay. Thank you, Annie, for helping me understand why women need doulas. After having Annie present, I don’t think I could have done it without her. I couldn’t say enough about her. She made us feel comfortable and because of her, I will recommend every woman get a doula. My family and I are forever grateful.” -Saba Hendaia

Certified Labor Doula

Rory Solomon


IG @borntoroar.care




“I felt so lucky to have Rory as a part of our birth experience. Right when its time to deliver, it can be overwhelming with all the commotion. She was there to explain and put us at ease. I felt so taken care of before and most importantly after! Rory made sure all my breastfeeding questions were answered and that I was adjusting to mom life. I felt that she really cared about our family. Her lactation background knowledge makes her an exceptional resource.” -Jen B

Certified Labor Doula

Emily Encinosa



IG @expectingwithemily



“My amazing doula Emily Encinosa, my godsend and guardian angel. I had heard of a doula before but really had no idea the extent of work they did until I hired one for my birth. I had just expected an extra person in the birth room to offer some support and suggestions and stay with me if my family or Richie had to step out to eat or use the restroom. What I got instead was a person who helped me examine my goals for birth, discuss all of my options, help me address any issues and fears that arose prenatally. During the birth I had a savior who offered massage, encouragement, helpful suggestions and reminders to breath and be calm when naturally you want to tense and avoid. She got into uncomfortable positions with me, offered physical and emotional support through the entire process (hip squeezes for over 20 hours of the labor). Something I hadn't expected was how she would empower my loved ones giving them ways to really help me in the times I needed. She and my family encouraged me to keep pushing through when I was exhausted and feeling defeated for not making enough progress. She gave me in site of the options presented and made me feel confident and comfortable with every birthing decision we made for me and our child. I'm not sure if I or my family vwould have been able to make it through my birth and labor without that extra support and help. It takes a very special person to do what she does. Thank you for all that you've done for me and all of your other mommas and babies!!! If your pregnant I highly recommend hiring one of these angels!!” Rose Elliott

Certified Full Spectrum Doula

Jazmine Danielle




I'm Jazmine and my pronouns are She/Her.

It is an honor and a calling to witness and support my clients as the journey of pregnancy ends and the new journey of motherhood begins. My call to birth work came after shortly after I began my work as a crystal healer. My journey through this healing work provided me the opportunity to meet so many expecting families and mothers looking to become pregnant. I received my official doula training in Oakland, California, under the guidance of Full Spectrum Birth Worker, Educator, Midwife, and co-founder of Partera Midwifery.


As a doula I provide physical, spiritual, and emotional support that is specific to the needs of the birthing person. This includes crystal healing, energy balancing, comfort techniques, and other ancestral modalities for healing and thriving.

Postpartum Doulas are amazing helpers during your transition into parenthood. They can provide your family with practical, informational and emotional support.

The practical work includes things like helping the family meal prep and get one-handed snacks ready for nighttime feedings. It can entail light house cleaning and spending time with a sibling so the baby and parents can nap. Another important piece of this is also discussing with the family what things will look like once the postpartum doula is no longer there (who will cook, grocery shop, etc). The idea is for the family to feel empowered once that postpartum doula leaves.

In regards to information, postpartum doulas are knowledgeable about newborn and infant care. We provide information on diaper changes, feeding including light breastfeeding support, bathing, and other needs your baby may have. We also provide resources as needed. For instance, if a mother is experiencing mental health concerns, a postpartum doula will provide them with a list of local referrals who work counsel on postpartum mood and anxiety disorders.

The emotional support of a doula includes allowing the person who gave birth time to tell their birth story, sitting with them when they feel overwhelmed and need to talk to someone, and knowing when to provide additional resources for support as needed.

PRICING $30 per hour with a minimum of 3 contracted hours.
Betsy Baquerizo

Certified Postpartum Doula




"Betsy was our postpartum doula. She helped us care for our baby girl. We moved out of state having no help from family. She has a very gentle and nurturing approach. Betsy made everything much more easier because I also have 2 other boys. I could tell Serenity liked her. I felt like I had someone I could trust and felt comfortable around. Betsy is the best postpartum doula anyone could ask for she was a true life saver. My husband and I think she really made all the difference. I also struggled with breastfeeding and she was able to give me good advice as well as support. I can not say good enough things about betsy! I warmly recommend to anyone in need of a postpartum doula." By Miriam Angeles


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