About Us

Hello there!
I am Angelyn and this is my family.
Our story started back in 2009…

Left to Right: Jeremiah, Jodie, Angelyn and Josh. The Loh Family 2016.

When I was pregnant for the first time while Josh was posted overseas for work in April 2009, we attended Bradley Method® Classes in Boise, Idaho. After giving birth to our son Jeremiah completely naturally in Mountain Home Air Force Base hospital in the USA, we unexpectedly enjoyed (yes, you read it correctly – ENJOYED!) the whole experience so much that we decided to take up the Bradley Method® training workshop in Anaheim California in November 2010 with full Intention of bringing this wonderful method back to our home country Singapore.

Since then, I have taught Bradley Method® classes while residing in the USA (2010 – 2011) and am currently teaching in Singapore since 2012! Our second child was born in Singapore in 2013 at Mount Alvernia Hospital with Dr. Paul Tseng. I am always excited to teach more couples in the art of enjoying your natural childbirth.

Left: Angelyn Seet-Loh, Right: Dianne Bustamante, at ParentLink in May 2014.

As a birth doula in Singapore, I have attended more than 200 births since 2012. For 4 years from 2014 to 2017, I helmed ParentLink as Director with a team of 18 doulas. During that time, I have been featured in various magazines, in print and online including Mother & Baby, SassyMama, Mummyfique, the Straits Times, the Sunday Times, the Asian Parent and Smart Parents. In 2018, I decided to take a step back to spend more quality time with my family. Tree of Life Birth was founded in 2018 to focus on a few passions of mine- teaching, doulaing and encapsulating placentas.

I am currently registered to attend births in these hospitals:

1) National University Hospital
2) Gleneagles Hospital
3) Thomson Medical Centre
4) Mount Elizabeth Orchard
5) Mount Elizabeth Novena
6) Parkway East Hospital
7) Raffles Hospital
8) KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital

Here is a picture of me from 2014 hosting a gathering for new and expecting mothers as Director of ParentLink.