"The Mary Poppins of postpartum doulas!"- MS, new mama
Sanctuary Postpartum Doulas
Through Sanctuary Postpartum Doulas I offer traditional and ayurvedic postpartum doula support to families in their homes after the arrival of a new baby. To inquire about rates and available please contact Sanctuary Doulas at sanctuarydoula.com.
As a postpartum doula I provide practical and emotional support for families through the early weeks and months of parenthood. My goal is to assist YOUR growing family and YOUR unique needs.
Some services include:
- emotional support for parents, baby, and family
- infant care and soothing instruction
- infant massage instruction
- practical household help (light cleaning, laundry, meal and schedule planning, etc.)
- meal preparation
- warm oil massage for mama and traditional massage for partner and visiting family
- breast and bottle-feeding positioning and comfort support
- attentive activities for older children
- referrals to continuing lactation, birth, and postpartum professionals
Are you looking for the perfect postpartum gift? Are you a new parent in need of a break? Let me nourish you as a Doula for the Day!
Imagine delighting in a warm oil massage, followed by soaking in a warm tub, and then stretching out for a nap while dinner is being prepared. Does this sound too good to be true? It's not! Welcome to the doula for the day concept.
New parents need a day off whether you are flying solo or surrounded by loving hands. Give yourself (or the new parent) in your life a break with this one time gift of "doula for the day".
3.5-4 hour session includes: new mamas warm oil massage - bath - nap - meal- hot milk tonic - optional infant massage instruction - questions and support - nourishment
Appropriate for parents from 24 hours to 6 months postpartum.
Please schedule with Faith ahead of time as availability is limited.
"We loved having Faith as our doula! She really helped us get through those first few weeks with two kiddos." - E.M.
"I can't emphasis enough how important it is to have a third person, ideally, an ayurdoula who can take care of the mom's needs (her mental and physical health) immediately after giving birth. Little babies are so overwhelming and when I speak to my friends, they talked about how it was a difficult transition for them. Having had an ayurdoula here, while there were a few moments of being overwhelmed (and my husband got the brunt of it) I didn't feel that way anywhere near as much as my friends. And you can afford it, too. We registered for doula care instead of stuff (most of which you won't ever use.) And if you're going to use an ayurdoula, I recommend Faith. She's skilled in not just aryuvedic methods, but also in babies and massage. She also has a wonderful pleasant personality and was a joy to have in our home."- E.M.