, North Hollywood, California, 91606
United States of America
6729 Laurel Canyon Blvd, Apt 8 North Hollywood, CA 91606
Pregnancy is a ceremony. Birth is a ceremony. To honor the blessing of pregnancy and birth, I encourage my clients to inquire about their ancestral traditions regarding birth and how they would like to experience this time. The Indigenous traditions that I uphold in my doula practices fall under many Indigenous traditions Ancestrally practiced across the Americas. Many of these include: Placenta & Umbilical Cord Burials Newborn Blessings or Limpias with medicinal herbs and flower essentials. Using Ceremonial Tobacco to advance birth by purifying stagnant energy that inhibits the process of birth. Using Ceremonial feathers and other herbs to cleanse the birthing person during labor. This provides emotional and spiritual comfort. Using Ceremonial Cacao to nourish and replenish the birthing person during labor. Water Births or Births that include Sound Healing, Medicine Songs and Prayers. Which can positively uplift the labor experience. Giving birth in a sacred place that is symbolic for you and your loved ones. Offering your newborn to the Sun the morning after labor. This sacred practice honors the presence of your child and the forces of the Universe that contributed towards their existence here on Earth. This is also a way of asking those divine forces to guide your child throughout their life.
Birth Doula, Postpartum Doula, Full Spectrum Doula Services, Sibling Doula, Placenta Services, Massage Therapy, Photography, Reiki, Yoga, Aromatherapy, Hypnosis, Lactation Education/Support, Trained in Trauma Informed Care, Midwife, Student Midwife, Monitrice, Newborn Care Specialist
Multiples, High Risk, Cesarean/Surgical Birth, Single Parents, LGBTQIA+, Adoption, Surrogacy, NICU, Premies, Teen Parents
Antelope Valley, Conejo Valley, San Fernando Valley, Ventura County, Los Angeles County, Orange County, Santa Clarita Valley, Simi Valley, San Bernardino County
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