Postpartum Healing is Vital

The postpartum time is also known as the "fourth trimester" because of how essential it is to support your body in its return from pregnancy, to a non-pregnant state. Many cultures observe the time after birth as sacred. In other parts of the world, it is common for an entire community to gather to support each mother during the first 6 weeks after birth by protecting the space around her from distraction, need and stress. It is all about the mom and baby bonding and recovering from an incredible journey.

We offer three types of Postpartum Care:


The focus of our postpartum care is to:

  • nurture mothers with nutrition

  • protect the family's time & space for sleep, rest or work (whatever is most needed)

  • provide help with:

    • organic herbal sitz baths

    • belly binding

    • mental/emotional processing of your birth

    • breastfeeding support

    • baby-wearing

    • infant support & development

    • sibling integration

    • light housework.

Learn More about Postpartum Care on our YouTube Page

Postpartum Doula, Emma, explains how Ayurvedic Care hones in on the ancient principles of Ayurveda to offer food as medicine, a prescription-like application of food for postpartum mothers and newborns to facilitate a rich recovery experience that lends itself to optimal health. 40 days for 40 years!

What is belly binding and why do we do it? There are many benefits to binding the belly after birth. Postpartum doulas, Carrie & Sarah, explain the benefits of belly binding in this short introductory video.

The Sanskrit word sneha means both "oil" and "love". Doing self-massage with oil is similar to being saturated in love. Practicing warm oil massage during postpartum promotes deep healing and restoration to the tissues. It is a great way to relieve stress and tension at the end of a day.