Birth is a spiritual, mental and physical act that takes well rounded preparation from everyone involved. As a Traditional Community Birth Attendant, trained in the ancient art of midwifery, I help guide women through nurturing, and arukah as they prepare for birth. Giving birth to a baby is so much more than a physical phenomenon; it engages parents to be in a transformational experience. Labor and Birth are key life events full of emotion and meaning. It is my belief that every pregnant and laboring woman should have all of the care and support she needs during this vulnerable time in her life.
SERVICES INCLUDE but are not limited to:
Home Birth Services
Wholistic Prenatal Care
Nutrition Assessment & Counseling
Birthing Pool and liner (optional)
Childbirth, Breastfeeding & Newborn Care Counsel
Postpartum Well-check visits
*Labor Assistant Service provided in event of hospital transport
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Being a doula/ birth assistant, Midwife, Freebirther/Unassisted educator is a major commitment. Doulas/Birth Assistants arrange our lives to be available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, on call two weeks before and two weeks after your due date. Many birtBlessed Queens does not offer medical advice, services, or treatment to its clients. If you are concerned about a medical issue related to you or your child, we urge you to contact your doctor or pediatrician immediately.hs are 14 hours or longer. Combine that with multiple hours of prenatal work, up to 2 hours of immediate postnatal time and 2-4 hours later of postpartum support and you can see that one birth can easily be 24 hours of work for a doula/Birth Assistant. No matter the cost, data shows that the benefits of having a doula in attendance at your birth are significant and lasting!
Blessed Queens does not offer medical advice, services, or treatment to its clients. If you are concerned about a medical issue related to you or your child, we urge you to contact your doctor or pediatrician immediately.