I help address uncertainties, answer questions and help you transition to life with a new baby. My goal is to help you enjoy those first few precious weeks of bonding and focus solely on your little one.
Every postpartum contract is based on individual wants and needs.
A free complimentary consultation
Care for the new mother. (Your emotional and physical recovery is one of our top priorities. I will support your recovery however you prefer)
Nutritious meal planning, preparation and cleanup. Let me work with you to prepare healthy meals and snacks for you and your family so everyone is well nourished during this new transition.
Light housekeeping and laundry. (Let us help keep your house running smoothly so you can focus on relaxing and enjoying your new babe)
Infant feeding support. Whether you are breastfeeding or formula feeding or both, can help you meet your goals.
Unlimited support via calls or text messages with questions and concerns.
BengKung belly binding and is discounted for our doula clients.
Belly binding is an ancient tradition in many cultures. It is the practice of using special knots to tie long strips of cloth around the abdomen and a warming blend of essential oils during the postpartum recovery period to ensure support and increased healing in the womb after childbirth. The BengKung style of binding that we practice is specific to the Malaysian culture.
Some of the benefits:
It pulls the separated muscles in the abdomen back together
Prevents back pain
Helps with posture while breastfeeding
Decreases postpartum bleeding time
Has a slimming effect
Brings warmth and heat back into the body
It feels good.
I use a pure muslim fabric which can be used as early as 3 days after delivery unless you had a c-section and then you would want to wait until 4 weeks postpartum. The Belly Binding is recommended to be worn 4 - 24 hours for 5 - 15 days and can be worn while sleeping and throughout the day for extra support.
Cranial Sacral Therapy is a non-invasive, light touch therapy that is still very effective. It can help infants recover from birth trauma (which happens a lot to moms and babies). Cesarean births are even harder on babies.
Birth trauma can interfere with proper cranial nerve function, leading to colic, latching, breathing, swallowing, digestion, and/or sensory-motor impairments.
Cranial Sacral therapy can help babies that are fussy and that are hard to sooth, babies that seem uncomfortable in their bodies, babies who have digestion or elimination problems, reflux, colic, spitting up, breastfeeding, and latching difficulties
It can also help babies who favor one side, babies who hate tummy time, babies that struggle with sleep, and babies who get a lot of ear infections.