About Julia Jones
Julia Jones is a postnatal doula leading a worldwide renaissance in the way we care for Newborn Mothers. She has created a new paradigm for postpartum care by merging traditional medicine and culture with cutting-edge research on hormones and neurology.
Julia is the author of both Nourishing Newborn Mothers - Ayurvedic Recipes to Heal your Mind, Body and Soul after Childbirth and Newborn Mothers - When a Baby is Born So is a Mother (www.newbornmothers.com/books/). Julia is also the creator of the worldwide leading education resource for postpartum professionals: Newborn Mothers Collective (www.newbornmothers.com/training) and Newborn Mothers Breastfeeding an evidence-based training course for professionals who work with mothers.
Julia is a doula, author, entrepreneur and philanthropist. She lives between the river and the ocean in her home town of North Fremantle, with her husband, three children and pet rabbit. She loves gardening and drinking copious cups of tea.
About Antonia Anderson
Antonia Anderson is a postnatal doula and mentor for creative, courageous mothers who want gentle guidance and non-judgmental support. She was drawn to work with mothers because of her own intensely challenging, heart-opening experience of being a mother. Her previous background is in teaching, writing and visual arts.
Antonia co-created Newborn Mothers Breastfeeding, an evidence-based training course for professionals who work with mothers. She has also facilitated professional development workshops for doulas, social workers and mental healthcare providers. She has a Certificate IV in Breastfeeding Education and completed a post-graduate degree at the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics.
After many years travelling all over the world, Antonia now lives in Canberra with her partner and two sons. She loves bushwalking and reading genre fiction, and hopes to travel again one day.