Supporting and empowering positive birth and postpartum experiences in the greater Phoenix area.

WELCOME, We are Cherry blossom doula services

This work is sacred. It’s powerful. It’s emotional. This work is intimate. It’s raw. It’s beautiful. It’s spiritual. This work is everything. Thank you mama for letting me hold you as you so strongly labored your baby down and gently delivered her in the water, on your terms. We laughed, we cried and we celebrated. Thank you for putting your trust in me as your doula. I’m so proud of you.

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Beyond the statistics though are real life testimonials of families who have seen what skin-to-skin contact can do for their transition into postpartum, new and new-again motherhood.

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Education and information makes for a more empowered approach to bleeding during birth and after birth. Did you know every woman bleeds after vaginal birth? Let’s normalize what to expect and how to prepare.

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May these photos shed light on the power and strength of birthing humans for birthing humans everywhere. Birth is beautiful. And homebirth, something uniquely-so as babes are compassionately ushered in earth side in their own time… completely unrushed.

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As an Ayurvedic Postpartum Doula, I find that compassion and routine with our children (and ourselves) is absolutely critical to thrive. Here are five of my favorite sibling care tips as a moms of two who has worked with hundreds of other incredible mothers over the last decade!

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My hope for every birthing person – especially birthing after loss – is that they are supported and educated in the decisions made best for their family. That they are held through tears of heartache and true joy. That they have hope when the burdens feel too heavy to carry.

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Birth is beautiful. Birth transforms lives. Birth creates mothers. Birth brings forth magic. Birth is birth.

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Let’s talk about compassionate touch as a pain reducing strategy in labor. Here are some great options to try for your birth, Mom.

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They wheeled up my bed and that was the first time I saw the NICU, the place I would spend a good part of my days for the next two months. The nurses were sweet but I was scared. You looked tiny and had a million wires all around you. I didn’t know if you were going to be ok and I felt numb. I felt mad and angry too. It wasn’t fair.

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Nothing worthwhile is without a bit of effort; yet meeting babe for the first time is one experience we can say is most worthy of everything you’ve got.⁠ Supported birth is your right and our honor, Mom.

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