I help create an empowering birthing experience through unwavering, professional, and heartfelt care.

TRUST me, i get it.

Finding someone who supports your choices and stands by your side through the birth experience can be a challenge.

It's like finding that puzzle piece that fits perfectly into your one-of-a-kind birth story. That's why I'm ALL IN on providing unwavering support — I'm there for you at every turn.

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A birth doula, educator and massage therapist rooted in Southern Alberta.

I wear many hats — from holding my RMT certification to diving headfirst into the world of Doulas back in 2003. Today, I'm not just an accomplished Massage Therapist, but also a Certified Infant Massage Instructor and a Certified Doula of North America (DONA), as well as Certified Lamaze Childbirth Educator.

I'm here to guide you through the incredible journey of childbirth, offering support and empowerment every step of the way. Let's embark on this adventure together!


"Vicki was a great support for the birth of our first child."

Having someone who was familiar with the birth process, processes at the hospital, etc. was so helpful. It was nice not to have to worry about the little things. She had a calm presence and was never intrusive but was also very supportive at the same time. I feel because of her support, we were able to have a natural, drug free birth, which is exactly what we hoped for!

You could do it all alone, but you don't have to.

You need someone to reliably show up, answer your questions, and provide support along the way.

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Land Acknowledgement: In the spirit of respect, reciprocity and truth, we honour and acknowledge Siksikaitsitapi, the Blackfoot Confederacy. We acknowledge the four nations of Siksikaitsitapi: the Kainai, Pikani Nation, the Siksika Nation and the Blackfeet Tribe of Northern Montana. Traditional lands of the Blackfoot cover areas in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Montana. Blackfoot lands run from The Yellowstone River in the state of Montana to the north and south of the North Saskatchewan River in both Alberta and Saskatchewan. This sacred gathering place provides us with an opportunity to engage in and demonstrate leadership on reconciliation.