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Nurturing Your JourneyThrough Birth & Postpartum


Tiny Feet

“A journey of a thousand miles 

begins with a single step”

 - Lao Tzu




Birth doula will meet with you before and after childbirth to help prepare you for birth, breastfeeding and parenting.

During labor and birth, birth doulas can help you stay comfortable by providing comforting touch and guidance on breathing, relaxation, movement and positioning. Immediately after birth, they can show you how to maintain skin-to-skin contact and breastfeed your baby.

Birth doulas can also help you with hospital policies and encourage respectful communication between families and hospital staff.



Postpartum doula will begin their work with families in the first few days after childbirth. They can provide evidence-based information on physical recovery from birth, emotional well-being, infant feeding and parent-infant bonding. This support help you get skills and build confidence towards your new journey as parent.

A postpartum doula can also help you understand what you can expect from your baby and provide infant-soothing and coping skills.




What is a Doula?

Doulas provide non-medical support to pregnant people and their families before, during and after childbirth. This support can help families handle the physical, emotional and practical issues that surround childbirth.

Studies have found doula support leads to better labor and birthing experiences, as well as better birth outcomes. People giving birth with support from a doula are less likely to:

  • Have an instrumental vaginal birth or cesarean section

  • Have their labor induced

  • Receive pain medications

They are also more likely to:

  • Have a shorter labor

  • Initiate breastfeeding earlier and breastfeed for longer

  • Have positive feelings about their birth experience

  • Have better mother-baby bonding

A postpartum doula is a key person to have in your support network — easing some stress and empowering you in other ways. Beyond that, a postpartum doula can also identify early signs of depression and give you resources so you get the help you need as soon as possible.

I started my career 15 years ago when my mother who is pediatrician signed me up for a program at hospitals that brings support to new parents and their babies I as volunteer help the parents holding the baby while they eat or shower I also enjoyed talking with them and all this made me realize how much I love working with families.


About myself.

In 2009 I started working as a professional caregiver. I worked with families around the Bay Area and enjoyed teaching the kids and learning from them. In 2011 I got my certification as a Newborn Care Specialist and I started working with infants as young as 1 day old. Working with babies always brings me special joy.


After helping several families with their children I realized that there was not enough attention for the mother after giving birth so I decided to become a Birth and Postpartum Doula and be able to bring support to the entire family and this has been very rewarding. I am also a certified lactation counselor and have helped moms to establish a good breastfeeding routine and get confidence about doing it. 


I love what I do and always put my heart and all my professional skills on it.




Serving Medi-cal patients in the following areas


-Santa Cruz, Monterey

-San Mateo

-Costra Costa


Tel: 510-4159304


Mon - Fri: 9am - 7pm

Saturday & Sunday: Closed


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