Angie Danek, founder of Empowered Holistic Birth LLC


Angie has been attending births in the Pittsburgh area since 2011. Through her years of having and raising her 4 children, she experienced 7 miscarriages and secondary infertility, those experiences led her to a deeper understanding of autoimmune disease and the importance of healing the body on a deeper level. After several years working toward healing her microbiome, she delivered her 4th child at home. She is a birth, bereavement, lactation, postpartum and childbirth education specialist.

Angie is accepting new clients. Contact for availability.


Every woman deserves an Empowering Birth experience and to discover her inner strength.

Basic Information

Type of Maternal Specialist:

  • Doula
  • Lactation Consultant
  • Midwife


  • Just use my name


  • White (Having origins of the original people of Europe / Middle East / North Africa)


  • English

Year Training Completed: 2006

Years of Experience: 10+

State License Received: PA

Practice: Group

Maternal Specialist Details

Type of Doula:

  • Bereavement
  • Childbirth
  • Fertility
  • Full Spectrum
  • Postpartum

Doula Certifications:

  • Childbirth International|H.E.R.B.A.L.

Doula Specialties:

  • Bereavement Certification
  • Certified Childbirth Educator
  • Certified Lactation Counselor
  • Certified Parent Educator
  • Certified Placenta Encapsulation Specialist
  • Herbal Educator
  • Midwifery Apprentice/Student
  • Midwifery Assistant
  • Peer Lactation Consultant

Type of Doula Practice:

    Private, Community Based / Co-op

Births Attended: 350

Type of Birth Sites Serviced:

    Home, Hospital, Freestanding Birth Center

Type of Lactation Consultant:

  • Certified Lactation Consultant (CLC)

Other certifications or licenses: Licensed Massage Therapist, specializing in Prenatal


Serving Pittsburgh, PA PA and areas within 50 miles

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