Hi and welcome! To this online space where I share my offerings as a doula along with the sessions to help you remember and connect with your essence & your gifts. I like to call this place “the cosmic womb”. Also a space for storytelling and bridging of birthing traditions.

My offerings are shared under Kawok and Saq’Be, which are expressions coming from the Mayan language – the Maya – the keepers of time who hold deep ancestral and eternal wisdom as a key to re-membrance.

~ Kawok – the Mayan birthsign of the midwifes, the womb wisdom keepers and dreamers. Kawok represents the clearing of the path for New Life to come through. Like a storm that opens the way. Under Kawok I share my midwifing services as a doula. I am inspired by traditional Maya midwifery practices and hold a holistic and evolutionary approach to birthing. Apart from birthwork, Kawok offers yoni eggs and womb healing services – holding the red thread throughout all of womenhood. Kawok is also dreamweaving, literally and figurally – as we connect with the creative powers of the womb, we may bring our dreams into life. As the traditional Maya midwifes helped me to recognize my path as a midwife, integrating these services under the name Kawok is for me a way of honoring these wise wisdomkeepers and female shamanas. Kawok is in service to the women and the future generations.

~ Saq’Be translates to the Milkyway. It represents the path of the Soul as written in the stars; mapping out one’s destiny and fulfillment of your soul’s “mission”. Not meaning a destiny has one fixed shape – rather – it is a pathway, an open direction that is in line with who you are at soul level, coming close to your true essence. Your route into the stars, by sharing the gifts you are born with. Saq’Be serves as an inspiration to walk our highest and most exciting path, in resonance with who we truly are. I am passionate in guiding other’s to find out what this means for them, and offer my assistance along the way to navigate the bumps and holes we may encounter on the road, with some Lightwork along the way.

As Peia sings beautifully, “May you walk in beauty and remember your song”

I hope to walk with you somewhere along the way.

With so much love,

photo by Julie Sarah Romano