Katie Dudley

"Her ability to comfort me before, during, and after labor was exactly what I had hoped for and she completely exceeded my expectation." - Casey Taylor


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Specialties: Holistic Health, Prenatal Fitness, Coaching


Age 2, the rare case where she sat still!


Katie is a Holistic Health Coach, Master Trainer, Corrective Exercise Specialist, and Birth Boot Camp Doula. She is a part of Birth Boot Camp's Advisory Board and wrote the nutrition and exercise curriculum for their childbirth education classes.

As a health coach, Katie provides private educational sessions on perinatal nutrition and fitness, and labor support as a doula.


Accepting inquiries for birthdays and fitness sessions in Atlanta and Roswell during 2018.

Her meeting location is Crazy Love Coffee House at 1088 Canton Street, Roswell, GA 30075. Katie supports birthdays at the following hospitals: 

Northside Hospital (Atlanta, Cherokee, and Forsyth)
Gwinnett Medical Center (Duluth and Lawrenceville)
Northeast Georgia Medical Center (Gainesville)
WellStar (Kennestone, North Fulton, and Atlanta)
Emory University Hospital Midtown
Emory Johns Creek
Piedmont Healthcare (Atlanta)


Get To Know Katie

  • She has 3 children under age 7
  • Katie loves spending time outdoors with family doing yard work, hiking, and playing tennis.
  • She adores music and has a very eclectic playlist

What shaped your attitude towards birth? My mother spoke to me about birth from a young age. She had two non medicated births and I believe that planted a seed. Being in the fitness industry, this created a more holistic mindset and awareness of the body. While I was training, one of my clients was a doula and she began asking me powerful questions while I was pregnant with my first. With her encouragement, I transferred to an amazing midwifery practice and took a birth education class from the founder of Birth Boot Camp and the rest is history. My three births, two in a hospital and one at home, have given me a unique perspective on birth as a professional. I have gained so much knowledge. They have taught me how we need to be intentional with our nutrition, exercise, and self-care and how each impacts not only our pregnancy and birth, but also our postpartum healing and recovery. 

We need to be intentional with our nutrition, exercise, and self-care and [recognize] how each impacts not only our pregnancy and birth, but also our postpartum healing and recovery.

Why did you become a trainer and health coach? Studied Psychology in school with a focus on Child and Family Development, Nutrition, and Exercise. Post graduation, I achieved my personal training certification for fun while working at Emory. After Emory, I found a job in corporate America and quickly decided that was not for me and took a job training full time for seven years. After training thousands of sessions and working with hundreds of people I kept coming across individuals with a variety of severe health conditions and I wanted to be able to assist these people in a more in depth manner. So, after my first son was born I went back to school for health coaching and after graduation I opened up my own private health coaching practice.


"I highly recommend her [Alexa] and Happiest Doulas. Professional, classy, and kind." - Kathryn O.
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