Arielle Fears grew up on the Gulf coast of Florida, heavily immersed in music and the performing arts, and predictably sensitive. Her innate tendency toward watchfulness resulted in an acute awareness of the challenges as well as the joys of parenthood from an early age. Thoughtful and articulate, she has spent the entirety of her life in supporting roles, discerning nonjudgmental presence and encouragement from the rest.
In addition to being a Labor Doula, Postpartum Doula and Postpartum Placenta Specialist, Arielle is also a Childbirth Educator and a Prenatal and Postnatal Yoga Instructor. She has extensive experience leading discussion and support groups for new mothers. She believes fiercely in the ability of parents to make the best decisions for themselves, and holds their confidence and comfort through pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum in the highest regard. Her background in music and childcare as well as her individual path through parenthood has blessed her with a sense of confidence in the unknown, a dose of realness, and an appreciating sense of humor.
Clients love Arielle for her unyielding compassion and encouragement. Of her they have said, “I just can’t say enough about how beneficial it was to have Arielle’s presence throughout the whole journey! She was calm, kind, knowledgable, and exactly what I needed to make it through labor.” Her warmth, gentle composure, and intuitive touch make her a priceless addition to any birth or postpartum team.
When she is not supporting clients or the agency, Arielle spends time with her family. They provide her with an unyielding supply of redemptive love, and humbling discoveries. She can be found in her large and unruly garden, hanging laundry on the line, reading a constant stream of non-fiction, and listening to her favorite Motown and R&B records.