Wiiji-Nitaawiginaawasojig Indigenous Birth Services
Culturally Appropriate Care that is personalized for each Indigenous individual
Wiiji-Nitaawiginaawasojig Indigenous Birth Services has been founded by Indigenous Birth Worker, Hope Mayotte. We offer a full spectrum of Indigenous Services and teachings from preconception through the first years of life. We provide safe respected space that is needed for Indigenous individuals, families, and community to receive the care that is needed to heal and create new traditions.
Customized to your needs
Extended Postpartum Doula care
Mino bimaadiziwin- The good life. incorporate 7 grandfather teachings into everyday life.
Use of traditional medicines: sage, cedar, sweet grass & tobacco.
Ribbon skirts, moccasins, moss bags, dikinaagan, and swing.
Meeting mother earth
Stories & songs
Indigenous breastfeeding support
Traditional herbal remedies
Importance of Indigenous Birth
“Indigenous birth work incorporates ancestral teachings to bring hope, sense of belonging, & pride in our identity as Indigenous people”
Indigenous Birth Workers have a deep understanding of the needs of the families and community we serve.
Indigenous birth services help reclaim sovereignty through ancestral teachings, practices and ceremonies.
Indigenous Birth Workers offer culturally informed care that reduce barriers, disparities & trauma that indigenous people face due to colonization and discrimination.
Indigenous Birth Workers offer unique holistic care that emphasizes on the importance of relationships, balance and ceremony
Meet The Team
Indigenous Birth Services Birth Workers
Indigenous Birth Worker, Wiiji-Nitaawiginaawasojig Owner, Full Spectrum Doula, Indigenous Breastfeeding Counselor, Childbirth Educator, Cultural Advisor
Monday's & Tuesday's
7:30am - 4:30pm