Tag: Tulsa doula

Yoga and Jesus: Just Breathe

Yoga and Jesus: Just Breathe

A few years ago I had a counselor critique me. He said, “you don’t breathe.” I looked at him with curiosity and then realized I was in fact holding my breath. Maybe you do it too? His recommendation? To breathe, and practice breathing deeply when […]

Compatibility With Your Doula

Compatibility With Your Doula

Having a relationship built with trust and open communication is vital between doula and client. I don’t think I need to say this twice; your doula is going to see you naked!  If that’s not enough motivation for you, I don’t know what is. So […]

Birth Basics Package

Birth Basics Package

Birth Basics Package – $450                       Free consultation to see if we click On the Big Day On-call labor support for the 2 weeks surrounding your due date. Early labor phone or text support. Continuous physical and emotional […]

Learning  Value

Learning Value

The value of doula work is a highly debated topic among expecting mothers and doulas alike. How much should a doula charge? What’s a reasonable rate? Many, many blog articles have been written, eloquently breaking down the expenses that a doula incurs and how much […]

Labor and Delivery [5 min. Friday]

Labor and Delivery [5 min. Friday]

A birth quote for you! When thinking about labor and delivery, think on this… “The family is born in the delivery room.”  -Johnny Lind, M.D. Here I am, days before my daughter was born; days before my family was born. As I look back on my […]

Mile Marker 31

Mile Marker 31

“Jesus take the wheel” by Carrie Underwood may just be the song I woke up to this morning. I never this listen to country ya’ll, and I never say ya’ll but as I lay in bed thinking, it dawned on me that today marks one […]

Stretch n’ Grow

Stretch n’ Grow

There’s a tag line that I use often on my blog posts, stretch and grow it says. It’s been a tag line in my life since high school. You see, I’m a girl who doesn’t like change. It’s not a hatred type feeling towards it, […]

Hot & Uncomfortable

Hot & Uncomfortable

It was May of 2009 and I was feeling hot and uncomfortable. The warm summer air had already started to creep into the days of May just as school had ended for the year and I caved. I couldn’t take the heat anymore so I […]