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We serve all clients virtually; and serve in-person in the Greater Boston area including:
Boston, Brookline, Cambridge, Malden, Medford, Somerville, Quincy, Milton, Braintree, and Brockton.

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PRENATAL & FERTILITY

 

Womb Wellness Support

This offering is best for those trying to conceive (TTC), face-to-face with womb challenges (examples: thyroid imbalance, endometriosis, fibroids, PCOS, sexual trauma), those looking for a more holistic approach to fertility and/or womb wellness,  and/or those need assistance researching your fertility options.

Included:

  • Intake to discuss health history, fertility/womb journey and fertility/womb goals

  • An in-depth written wellness report on the patterns and cycles occurring in your body with recommended treatment and care

  • Follow up sessions to develop self-care practices and rituals to promote womb wellness and/or fertility and explore root-causes of challenges

  • Nutritional support, plant medicine, and herbal counseling

  • Evidence-based support about fertility and womb wellness

  • Support via email and Telegram

Exchange: $800 (USD)

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BIRTHKEEPING & MEMORY GARDENS

 

Womb Wellness Garden

Postpartum Herb Garden

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PAIL Memory Garden

(inspired by Nneka Hall)

Our womb wellness herb gardens, postpartum healing herb garden, and PAIL (Pregnancy and Infant Loss) memory gardens are planned for each individual or family with the availability and amount of growing space; specific but accessible curated herbs and plants; and the local climate and ecosystem all in mind.

Our PAIL (Pregnancy and Infant Loss) Memory Gardens can help with...

Healing and Coping: Gardening provides a therapeutic outlet for processing grief and emotions. The act of nurturing plants can symbolize the process of healing and growth.

Connection to Child: A garden can serve as a meaningful creation for a child loss, providing a practice for remembrance, nurturing, and reflection.

Bonding Time: Gardening provides an opportunity for families to work together, bonding as they plant, nurture, and harvest together.

Garden Education: Gardening offers a hands-on educational experience, teaching us about nature and our local ecosystems. It also provides essential lessons on our collective responsibility to care for living things.

Included:

  • Sight visit to access best growing space(s) for garden set-up and design

  • Individualized garden design and plan (visual print)

  • Guidance choosing and procuring growing materials

  • Resources on recommended practices for maintenance (additional maintenance visits can be included if in budget)

  • Support via email and Telegram

Exchange:

Varies dependent on project, submit your budget on your consultation form.

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POSTPARTUM CARE

 

Daytime

Postpartum Support

Every day during your postpartum looks a little different, as your needs will be changing daily and healing is a nonlinear journey. A postpartum doula's responsibilities shift each day based on your and your family's needs.

 

Daytime hours are typically booked in 4-hour shifts.

 

Exchange: $45-50/hour

(from the hours of 7am to 7pm)

Included (but not limited to):

  • Evidence-based support about postpartum recovery - including physical and emotional changes - and referrals to community resources

  • Breastfeeding/bodyfeeding support and guidance, including assistance with latching and positioning

  • Meal prepping for baby and family and/or organize meal trains

  • Organizing laundry service

  • Assisting with postpartum parent care (hair care, reflexology, etc.)

  • Offering non-judgmental listening and encouragement

  • Support via email and Telegram

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Placenta Tree Planting

The ceremony of placenta burial has historically been a part of cultures across almost every continent, including Africa and Turtle Island. Tribes and peoples across these lands have buried placentas at the base of trees that grow up with these newborns. These trees carry diverse meanings for families, including a connection to the newborn’s land and home. This offering will provide personal help choosing and procuring tree and growing materials; planting the tree and placenta; and guidance through resources on aftercare for the newly planted tree.
 

Exchange: $350 (USD)

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Placenta Encapsulation/Tincture

Placenta encapsulation is the process of preparing the birther’s placenta after the birth of the baby by dehydrating, powdering and placing it into capsules for the birther to use as seen fit. Some benefits may include: increased milk production, regulating hormones by providing flow of oxytocin (the bonding and love hormone), helping with mood and prevention of postpartum depression replenishing iron levels, warming the body, preventing a stagnation of energy. This offering will include an umbilical cord keepsake and a postpartum tea.

Exchange: $350 (USD)

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