Luznatal, Madrid

July 5, 2018 | Madrid, Maternity Services, Spain

Yolanda Caballero trained and worked as a midwife and nurse in the UK for 10 years. She then went on to train as a Doula in Madrid specializing in antenatal yoga and breastfeeding techniques. Luznatal offer Doula Services for Pregnancy, Childbirth and Postpartum as well as Prenatal Yoga, Postnatal Yoga, Therapeutic Yoga and Yoga Fertility. As a home birth doula Yolanda also works alongside Rocío E Torres Ruz, a home birth midwife, at Home Birth – Luznatal.



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Catherine Evans

2 responses to “Luznatal, Madrid”

  1. MumAbroad says:

    I had two children in Madrid and two very different experiences. My first was at a small private maternity hospital, which was everything I didn’t want it to be…about as unnatural as it can get! Therefore, for my second child I was determined to at least set the stage for a very different experience. My Spanish was far from even intermediate so I employed an English speaking doula, Yolanda from Luznatal, who not only helped me with the paperwork required to get me registered on the public system but was an additional support during my pregnancy, my translator at the arrival to the hospital and an incredible strength during the birth. Yolanda spoke very good English having worked as a midwife in the UK for some years. (Catherine Evans)

  2. MumAbroad says:

    Thanks to my Doula I had the birth that I wanted. It was natural and very special. The thought of giving birth for the first time (just turned 40), in a country (Spain) that I did not grow up in made me feel very nervous. I was also set on wanting it natural (if possible). From the first day of our meeting it was the start of a lovely relationship. We met on several occasions to cover all aspects of pregnancy, giving birth and breastfeeding. I anticipated our meeting with great excitement. At the hospital I felt truly reassured and supported by my Doula. Whilst there I used the gym ball, walked around the hospital and tried various yoga positions, just to name a few. She was also my voice when I was not in a position to do so. The result was a very special birth. But our relationship did not end there. My doula visited me at home to assist me with breastfeeding and any concerns that I might have at the time. I welcomed her arrival with open arms. (Sylvia Lopez)

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