About Laura Prentice 

As a women's health educator, Laura Prentice provides teen reproductive health classes, in-home postpartum support to women for the first 40 days after birth, and women’s circles focusing on fertility awareness (menstrual cycle charting), pregnancy, motherhood, and girlhood.

With a background in birth work, women's health, and teen education, Laura has a passion for supporting women and girls.

I work to give women the tools to make educated decisions about their bodies.



Prenatal, Birth, and Postpartum Support

Laura has supported women prenatally, during birth, and in the postpartum period since 2015, when she trained as a doula with Earthwise Doula. She has shared information through Childbirth Education, breastfeeding education and support, and postpartum pampering. Laura has founded and facilitated Postpartum Support Circles in Weslaco, TX and Highland Village, TX and is committed to fostering community.

Children's and Teen Education

Laura has extensive experience facilitating educational programs for children, which she led in San Antonio while working on an urban farm (2015-2017). Laura also worked as an educator at Vanguard College Prep, mentoring and supporting middle and high school students to achieve higher test scores and master the English language (2018-2019).

Women's Reproductive Health Education

Laura is a Fertility Awareness Educator and Women's Holistic Reproductive Health Practitioner-in training. Ever committed to learning, Laura has training in women's herbal health through The Human Path school and is a Vaginal Steam Facilitator-in training.  

Laura Prentice of Beldam Womancare serves women and girls as a Menstrual Cycle and Fertility Awareness Educator, sharing knowledge, building community, and supporting women in the DFW area and beyond.

To learn more or find a Beldam Womancare event near you, please contact Laura Prentice @ 469-826-7796 or laura.prentice@beldamwomancare.com

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