About Us

Pregnancy is an emotional and deep process in the couple´s life. Involving physical, biological and emotional changes it forms the foundations of the new family that is about to be born.

Our aim is to pass on confidence and support you in this natural process starting from pregnancy and moving on to labor, puerperium and breastfeeding in an involved way by trusting your intuition and letting empathy and inspiration, the human values lacking in many clinics and hospitals, guide you. We offer an alternative to the families living in Riviera Maya – to give birth in a gentle way feeling confident and surrounded by love. It is a pleasure for us to create a wonderful event as birth will always be unforgettable.

Salud Primal is a humanized birth center where we respect women´s right to have their babies while freely moving around. Supported by an appropriate preparation and becoming aware of one´s own body birth can be and is a beautiful and intrinsic part of life for which we are designed by nature.

We give importance both to the tenderness and the technique, whichever be the position the woman and the baby will decide to give birth in.

 Congratulations on your pregnancy - you are very much welcome to prepare for and live your birth!

Nayeli Jiménez Flores  

The co-founder of humanized birth center  Salud Primal,  Born in Chetumal, Quinatan Roo. Graduated in  Nutriology  from the Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León in Monterrey, México and got her Master´s degree in  Health Psychology  at the Universidad Modelo in Mérida, Yucatán. Nayeli   is   a Dona International certified birth doula . She received   Maternal Health Educator´s  certificate by the international organization RELACAHUPAN (Red Latinoamericana y del Caribe por la Humanización del Parto y Nacimiento) and is a Lamaze perinatal educator. She   is the national coordinator of Red de Doulas de Latinoamerica y del Caribe, a certified  Doula teacher  of RELACAHUPAN, Escuela Dar a Luz y Red de Doulas de Latinoamerica y del Caribe   and maternal lactation consultant of CAAALMA (Curso de Avanzado de Apoyo a la Lactancia Materna). Through Doula Caribe was accredited in placentology course.

Misael Ramos Aguirre

The co-founder of humanized birth center Salud Primal.Born in Mexicali, Baja California. Got a degree as a Physician and Surgeon from the Universidad Xochicalco in Tijuana, Baja California, Prof. Cert. No. 4717328. Graduated from Hospital-Escuela Agustín O’Horán of the Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán (UADY ) specializing in Gynecolog y and Obstetrics, Prof. Cert. No. 7361312. Holds a diploma in ultrasound from the Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro and Ministry of Health of Quintana Roo. Works as a gynecologist with a humanized approach to birth putting the woman and her needs in the center of care, respecting the rhythm and time established by the woman as well as respecting the needs of the new family born in every birth. Among his main interests are witnessing the beginning of life, healthy and natural food and disease prevention by education. In his work he aims to provide women with necessary tools that let them experience birth as an empowering event and to lovingly welcome human beings that come to guide us in this world.

Sabrina Speich

The midwife at Salud Primal. Born in Zurich, Switzerland. Studied Social Behavior at the University of Kent, the United Kingdom, and Naturopathy at the Deutsche Paracelsus Schulen, Switzerland. Arrived in México in 1997 and has been living here ever since. Sabrina apprenticed 5 years with midwives and is a registered midwife by the Ministry of Health. Since 2005 she has been attending births at home. She specializes in humanized, traditional and water births. She is the co-founder and executive director of the NGO Parteras Tradicionales Unidas Tumben Cuxtal and the founder of Escuela de partería en la tradición Osa Mayor. Sabrina has organized international congresses and workshops, worked as a professor in Community Health at Universidad Intercultural Maya de Quintana Roo (UIMQROO). She is determinedly working in order that every woman could have access and be treated with respect during the care the woman receives during her reproductive processes. Midwifery is her gift and her commitment to the society.