How do we work
The essence of our work is to think globally and act locally on building a postnatal community. We are a platform of connecting the family’s search for helpers and a helper looking for a place to serve. Therefore we encourage to set up local networks in towns and villages which possess the knowledge of how to mother the mother. Please let us or your national co-ordinator know if you are interested in setting up a local network.
There are currently national co-ordinators active in some countries in Europe and South America.
Coordinator for Europe, Denmark and Poland
Ingrid Bal / Charankamal Kaur
Coordinator for Netherlands
firstname.lastname@example.org www.ingridbal.com Kundalini yoga teacher, postnatal doula and PSN coordinator in the
Netherlands. She gives training in postpartum care and teaches yoga in Eindhoven, south of the Netherlands. Her experience and skills have been formed by being a mother of two boys, as a yoga teacher and her previous
jobs as director of the PSN charity, in corporate business and hospitality. She is married, has two sons and is a passionate
Coordinator for Spain
Mother, Doula, Lactation
Consultant, Body and Systemic Therapist, Red Tents, Women’s Circles facilitator, Obsidian Yoni Egg Guide. Gratitude was the energy that I felt after had been supported in my
second motherhood. I want to be involved and do my best to make other womens have
the experience of what it is like to be supported and nourished after
Coordinator for Spain
She is a mother of a boy, has been working as a doula since 2016. She trained with the Yoga Doula School, Paranamadoula with
Michel Odent as well as PSN. She is committed to contribute, facilitate, inform and support
newborn family in the first weeks, by giving you practical support to build step
by step this new chapter of your life. She is looking forward to support you on your journey.
The Postnatal Support Network (PSN) addresses the importance of a well-prepared and relaxing 40 day postnatal period. It is an international organisation with a non-medical and social network, informing families-to-be about this special and delicate time after birth.