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Tea Infusion


  • Pre-natal postpartum planning session to optimize our time together once baby arrives

  • ​​Nourishing postpartum food and meal preparation 

  • Optional recipe planning from Nourishing Traditions, The First Forty Days, The Fourth Trimester 

  • Postpartum recovery and healing after childbirth through preparing herbal sitz baths, herbal teas, traditional belly binding, castor oil packs, moxibustion treatments

  • Resources and information that empower you to make informed choices as a new parent on topics such as infant care and sleep, breastfeeding, formula feeding, pumping

  • Breastfeeding and bottle feeding support

  • Caring for your baby (and other children) so you can rest

  • Guidance with newborn care (diapering, bathing, cord care, calming techniques, baby wearing,)

  • Light housekeeping, laundry, errands

  • Sibling care and support

  • Organizing for the baby


Working with parents, a postpartum doula can assist in making the transition to parenthood easier. A postpartum doula does not take over infant care, but supports and assists the family in learning about newborn, self, postpartum healing practices and family care. A postpartum doula will not make or give medical advice, or perform any medical procedures. They do offer education and support, and assists the family in finding answers and resources. 


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