Providing birthing services for busy modern moms is my passion! Whether you take my evidence-based “Informed and Mindful Birthing Class” online with me or want postpartum care, my job is to put you first.

Providing birthing services for busy modern moms is my passion! This includes my evidence based “Informed and Mindful Birthing Class” that can be taken online with me as your live instructor.

Services for Moms & Moms-To-Be

As a trained postpartum doula and childbirth educator, through the Long Island Doula Association (LIDA), I strive to use my training and my experience as a modern mom to help all in need, whether acting as your postpartum doula, or instructor in childbirth classes and even online birthing classes.

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Informed & Mindful Birthing

Labor is not the right time to learn about the birth process. I had trouble finding a birthing class near me that fit my needs so I took an online class, which inspired me to become a professional educator. My childbirth classes will prepare you with the most up-to-date best-evidence practices for labor, including comfort techniques from the Lamaze and Bradley methods. Birth doesn’t have to be scary and anxiety inducing. Join me to learn how your child’s birth can be more comfortable, joyful and beautiful. We have online birthing classes for your convenience!

Postpartum Doula Services for Modern Moms & Families

Whether you’re delivering or adopting, bringing home a baby can feel overwhelming. Don’t worry. I’m here to help you transition into this new family dynamic and teach you the tools you need to feel confident in your parenting abilities. A postpartum doula can support you emotionally and physically, aid in breastfeeding success, show you how to calm baby, give you an extra pair of hands for household chores and perhaps most importantly – let you get some much needed sleep!

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