About Me

Cheyenne Townley

My interest in birthwork began after I had my daughter. I realized from my own experience there is a need for family support beyond what families are commonly offered during their childrearing years. I am passionate about helping mothers, birthing parents, and non-birthing parents welcome their babies into their lives in the way they choose. I will walk beside those who choose a hospital birth, homebirth, freebirth, physiological birth, medicated birth, surrogacy, or adoption, and stay with families for any changes along the way. 

My personal philosophy regarding birth is believing that birth is a natural process and that our bodies were built to do this. However, I understand the benefits and sometimes necessities to using technology and modern tools to help the process and will not discourage use but encourage families to follow their intuition to guide them in the right direction. 

I received my doula training through a DONA approved workshop in 2021. 

I received my placenta encapsulation certification through H.E.R.B.A.L. in  2021. 

I received my childbirth educator training in 2022 through Birthing Advocacy Doula Trainings. 

I was formerly part of the Kansas Breastfeeding Coalition and also La Leche League while in Kansas. 

Aside from birth work I stay at home with my two young kiddos. I spend most of my time reading, baking and gardening. We love taking spontaneous trips here and there to take the kids exploring, hiking, camping, visiting museums and parks and recently learned about geocaching along the way! We are new to Oklahoma, from Kansas, and excited to learn more about the area and get to know community here. 

"I had a wonderful experience with Cheyenne! She was wonderful!"