Annie Archambault - South Shore
Annie is a registered massage therapist since 2010 and doula since 2017. She is a member of the Quebecois Federation of Massage therapists (FQM) and of the Quebecois Association of for Doulas (QAD). She’s also a perinatal naturopath since 2019.
She easily and gently adapts her approach to every family’s needs and is skilled at explaining concepts in a simple way. It is no surprise that she started her career in communication!
She is a down to earth woman, but is learning to follow her intuition. People close to her say she has an old soul. This may explain her passion for antiques!
Annie dislikes crowds and feels best in nature and in places that have a story. She likes silences, her cup of coffee in the morning and the smell of lilacs in May. But she has a phobia of bees.
She has two young boys, born in hospital and at the birthing centre. She knows how to support you bringing confidence and empathy to your unique situation.
Annie lives in Chambly, near the Richelieu River. Her work territory spans from Boucherville to Bromont, passing by Châteauguay and Longueuil. She also will venture into Montreal on occasion.
- Bonapace for professionals, 2019
- De Gasquet fundamentals, Perinatal Academy, Bernadette De Gasquet
- Advanced Postnatal Doula Certificate - Maternité Sacré, 2018
- First Aide in the Workplace, Ambulance Saint-Jean, 2018
- Workshop on VBAC and Pain, Centre Pleine Lune, 2018
- Perinatal Aromatherapy, Académie Jardin de Vie, 2018
- Prenatal Massage, Centre de formation en médecines alternatives de Granby, 2017
- Prenatal Massage, Alliance des massothérapeutes du Québec, 2017
- Perinatal use of Rebozo, Esther Tétreault, 2017
- Breastfeeding support, Alternative Naissance, 2017
- Doula training, Alternative Naissance, 2017
- Introduction to Fasciatherapy, Alliance des massothérapeutes du Québec, 2017
- Peri-auricular work, level 1, Institut Kiné-Concept, 2016
- Level 1 Massage Therapy (Swedish), Centre de formation en médecines alternatives de Granby, 2010
- Phase 1 of the Sylva Bergeron Course, Institut de Culture Personnelle du Québec, 2007
- BA in Communication, University of Montreal, 2005