Narinder Bazen khalsa


Narinder serves as Death Midwife and Home Funeral Guide. She is the founder of Atlanta Death Midwifery and the creator of the Death Midwifery Journey Course.
Narinder upholds that Death Midwifery is a calling.
She has spent over 15 years serving others as a spiritual guide. As well as Death Midwifery, she teaches Kundalini Yoga and Meditation, leads sacred circles, brings harmony into ungraceful spaces and gives one-on-one guidance.
She has been midwifing in many ways for many years.
She has been bedside to those who would have been alone when they died. She has sat with those who are bereaved and feel left behind.
She creates sacred spaces when Death’s time does come.  
She stays true to this work through a close relationship with the Divine.

Laura Barton


Laura was called to learn about death midwifery after bearing close witness to her grandmother’s passing. She believes that by following intuition and engaging in deep listening, we are all capable of supporting the comings and goings of souls. She holds deep gratitude and respect for the lineage of women who have served the dying since the dawn of time. Laura draws inspiration from yoga philosophy, daily meditation practice, volunteering with seniors at AG Rhodes Health and Rehabilitation, and years of activism in the fields of domestic violence and LGBTQ rights.



Maurice LeCroy received his Death Doula training from first hand experiences.
With a BA in cultural anthropology, a Master’s in psychology, and a passion for comparative religion, he asks extraordinary questions to the Death Midwives of Atlanta Death Midwifery that keep them moving forward into answers that generate holism. Maurice has a unique ability to sit in any ‘what is so.’ He has supported the work of Atlanta Death Midwifery since its inception. He serves as our Home Funeral and Death Midwife assistant, and as a beacon of light.