R.D (S.A), CPM, LDEM, CERTIFIED FERTILITY COUNSELOR
Yolandi grew up in South Africa where she studied medical nutrition and graduated with a bachelors in Dietetics.
She lived between South Africa and South Korea since the age of 14 and spent many years traveling between countries and lived in New Zealand and Australia delivering horse babies as an equine nurse for a few years before stepping into (human:) midwifery.
Yolandi has been in functional medicine for a few years while running an online practice for women’s health. She started her practical training as a midwife in Utah in 2019 and became licensed in January 2021. Yolandi has practiced , and is currently licensed in Utah, Idaho and Texas.
As midwives we have a passion for continuity of care and the relationships that are created in midwifery. Being able to share in someone’s birth experience whom you have come to know personally as a friend is a memory that lasts and a job worth doing.
Owner, Assistant midwife
Bonnie is a mother to three red headed boys, wife to a red bearded man, avid recipe maker, yogi, bookworm, and wanna-be world traveler.
She has supported hundreds of birthing people in many birth situations such as home births, special needs, c-section, and unmedicated births. She has been serving the birth community since 2014.
She is committed to creating and maintaining a positive birth experience for a birthing person and their birth team.
When Bonnie is not focusing on her clients or promoting safe and healthy pregnancies for all birthing people in her community, she usually can be found in in her garden, on her yoga mat, running, or day dreaming of traveling the world with her family.
Bonnie wishes she had more time to read and sleep, but such is the life of a midwife/mother and she wouldn't have it any other way!
Kera is a direct-entry midwife (DEM) providing women and families perinatal care in Utah County and surrounding areas. She began her midwifery studies in 2018 and is about ready to sit for her national exam for the Certified Professional Midwife (CPM) accreditation.
She has been involved in birth since 2016 in the capacity of birth doula or photographer, and in 2018 she began studying under various midwives holding titles of DEM, LDEM, CPM, and CNM. She has attended 300+ births to date. She values and upholds relationships with various midwives and OBGYNs in the community, as well as staying up to date on current evidence based practices to ensure that the best care is offered and given to her clients.
She is the proud mother to three wonderful children earthside, and one son lost through stillbirth at 35 weeks.
Her own birth experiences have each been incredibly different, fostering the desire to support women in their pursuit of an informed, self-directed pregnancy and birth experience.
Karina is a mother of three, home DIYer and computer nerd. She is also a trained and skilled midwife.
Karina became passionate about improving birth experiences doing her own research and having a wonderful unmedicated first delivery, despite being categorized as high-risk due to having Type 1 Diabetes.
Karina's goal as a midwife is simply to improve birth experiences – by helping to reduce physical and emotional trauma, by empowering through knowledge, and providing a safer birth experience led by your own body.
Karina also has personal and professional experience with VBACs and diabetes during pregnancy and can skillfully educate on things that others may not have reason to know.
In her spare time she enjoys learning, camping and traveling with her three children and husband of twelve years.
Each midwife holds active NRP and CPR Certifications. We'd love to help you have the birth experience you desire. Feel free to reach out to schedule a free consultation.
photography by: Andrea Alba Photo and Film