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WHAT IS A DOULA

Doula is a word with Greek origins meaning “a woman who serves.” Today, a doula refers to a labor companion - a trained professional who will provide the emotional, physical and informational support before, during and after childbirth. A doula does not support the medical needs during labor, but research shows that women need fewer medical interventions when they have a doula by their side.

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Full circle doula package:

Recommended for first-time parents and parents who want more educational support. A childbirth education class is required for all first-time parents and parents who have not had an out-of-hospital birth. 

  • One virtual prenatal meeting

  • One in-person Prenatal Meeting

  • One in-person postpartum meeting

  • Continuous labor support

  • Professional Referrals

  • Professional Back-Up Doula

  • Customized Birth Plan

  • Access to our lending library

  • Unlimited Text, Call, and Email support.

  • Discount on placenta encapsulation

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HOW A DOULA HELPS

EMPOWERING THE BIRTHING EXPERIENCE

A doula recognizes that the birthing process and postpartum can be overwhelming, and is committed to making the experience as positive and empowering as possible. By providing support and guidance during pregnancy, birth and the first stages of parenthood, doulas help mothers and families in welcoming their new babies into the world.