Tennessee Valley Doulas
Every birthing person deserves to feel supported, safe and confident during their pregnancy, birth and postpartum period. You are no exception! At Tennessee Valley Doulas, we recognize how precious and personal this time is and we are here to nurture and guide you every step of the way!
Our labor support is personalized to meet your unique birth philosophies and goals. By providing continuous, unbiased emotional, physical and informational support, your doula will help you navigate your options, cope with labor pains, and so much more!
Bringing a new baby home is a huge adjustment for every family. We help ease this transition by assisting with infant care, feedings, sibling care and overnight care so you can rest and recover- guilt free!
Private and group childbirth classes will be coming soon to the Cumberland Plateau!
About your Doula
My name is Michelle Schuler and I began my journey in birth work shortly after the birth of my first child in 2015. I am passionate about helping families find their inner voice and strength so that they can have a confident and active part in their child’s birth and in their life. My philosophy is that birth is a natural and very personal process, one that looks different for every couple and because of this, I support you no matter how or where you choose to birth your baby.
“Michelle has been absolutely amazing to me and my family!! I was worried about some of my wishes being followed during labor/delivery. Michelle went above and beyond to make sure that I was comfortable during my labor/delivery but also that my SO was comfortable. Together, Michelle and my SO were able to support me throughout the process. Michelle helped to make sure that all of my wishes were met the best they could be. Photos during my labor and delivery were very important to me but I didn’t have anyone to take them, Michelle did amazing at getting some photos while still supporting me and being by my side. Postpartum, Michelle has continued to check and see how our new family has been adjusting and she offered support at our home as well.”
– Kayla W.