For as long as humans have lived so have doulas. A death doula is as old as humanity herself.

In the same way as a birth doula supports a mother birthing new life into the world, so too, a death doula supports you at the end of life.

An end of life Doula supports you emotionally, physically, spiritually and practically – support can take on different forms.

Unlike hospice workers, doulas don’t get involved in medical issues but can coordinate and will liaise with your health care providers.

A death doula supports people at all stages of life and death. 

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Holding space and supporting for what’s emerging within.

As an end-of-life doula, I support people emotionally, physically, spiritually and practically.


Natasha held the space for our family in grief during many months. She has an incredible talent in bringing joy and relief to the most difficult moments whilst maintaining neutrality and discretion. She is a highly skilled and trustworthy professional.

I cannot recommend her enough. Her empathy and compassion together with a wealth of relevant practical knowledge and qualifications allows her a toolbox unmatched by any other in her industry.

N. Boehm

Natasha came into my world right when I needed her. She became a wise voice in my home. She supported us through the last two years of grief and challenge, in lockdown and postpartum.

I count on her wisdom and guidance through the complexities of today’s spiritual and political climate. She has a way of taking me to my inner knowing. A guiding light and friend that needs to be shared with the world


Natasha grounded and strengthened us when we needed it, but was also very intuitive to giving us space.

She never judged, never pushed, just listened and was there for us day and night. She guided us in the final days to accept the inevitable and not be afraid of what was come.

We felt empowered and encouraged by Natasha – we will be forever grateful.


We lucked upon meeting Natasha when searching for carers for our mum’s home care. Natasha is gentle, thoughtful and respectful. She went out of her way to slowly and authentically connect with mum. Enriching, enquiring about and remembering her life. She prepared beautiful food, loved to keep mum engaged with craft activities and outings in the garden.

What really stood out for us was not only Natasha’s care for mum, but her love and support for the whole family throughout mum’s final days. She walked that difficult road beside us and supported us in a way that was so unobtrusive but so crucial to our wellbeing and acceptance.


“Imagine how things would be if we could live our lives infusing them with a sacred meaning; if our end of life care were always lit by a sense of awe in the face of death; and if we looked at life and death themselves as an inseparable whole.”

– Sogyal Rinpoche

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0410 334 534

Located Melbourne, Central Victoria and Northern NSW

Please feel free to give me a call or send me an email for any questions at all.

I’m always happy to have a chat together to see if this work resonates with you. 

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