My Fees

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Birth work is my Resistance

If we are to stand for the support of birthing families, we must stand for the support of ALL birthing families especially those that are marginalized. Sliding scale prices are always available and pro bono services are reserved for BIPOC & LGBTQ+ families that need them. While I wish I were the perfect doulas for everyone, I know that I am not and while I can personally offer pro bono services, I know that is not enough. Directly below is a donate button to Frontline Doulas – A perinatal health program providing Black families with Black doulas at no cost. Even if you do end up booking with me, if you have any funds to donate, I encourage you to do so.

The best thing I can do as part of your support network is to offer you the kind of care that you actually need. Hopefully the package below is perfect for what you are looking for but if not, just ask! I’m always happy to come up with something just right for you and your family.

 « Who run the world? » , 3750$

Two pre natal visits (around 2 hours each) together where we will go over the list of « hospital » interventions to be able to know all your options and build your birth plan , breathing and positions for your birth and also what to expect during the postpartum stage.

My presence at the birth from the moment you need me until the baby is born plus one immediate hour postpartum.

Two postpartum visits (one hour to two hours each)at your place.

Placenta encapsulation for those who are interested

Also include backup support and unlimited support by text/mail for any questions during the first year of your baby

 « Cuff it » , 3000$

Two pre natal visits (around 2 hours each) together where we will go over the list of « hospital » interventions to be able to know all your options and build your birth plan , breathing and positions for your birth and also what to expect during the postpartum stage.

My presence at the birth from the moment you need me until the baby is born plus one immediate hour postpartum.

One postpartum visit at your place.

Also include backup support and unlimited support by text/mail for any questions during the first year of your baby.

Add on: Placenta Encapsulation 250$

 « Break my soul  » , 2500$

One pre natal visit (around 2 hours each) together where we will go over the list of « hospital » interventions to be able to know all your options and build your birth plan , breathing and positions for your birth and also what to expect during the postpartum stage.

My presence at the birth from the moment you need me until the baby is born plus one immediate hour postpartum.

One postpartum visit (one hour ish)at your place.

Also include backup support and unlimited support by text/mail for any questions during the first year of your baby

Add on: Placenta Encapsulation 250$

« Best thing I never had » , 2000$

One pre natal visits (around 2 hours each) together where we will go over the list of « hospital » interventions to be able to know all your options and build your birth plan , breathing and positions for your birth and also what to expect during the postpartum stage.

My presence at the birth from the moment you need me until the baby is born plus one immediate hour postpartum.

Also include backup support and unlimited support by text/mail for any questions during the first year of your baby

Add on: Placenta Encapsulation 250$

All the payments are usually 50% when signing the contract together and 50% when you are turning 36 weeks, but I am always happy to be able to offer payments plans, monthly payments or to find something that will work for you. Please always reach out to me to find a solution or a budget that will fit you better.

Currently approved to work with Carrot insurance for birth doula services in Redondo Beach, Venice Beach, Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach, El Segundo, Torrance, San Pedro, Palos Verdes, San Pedro, Long Beach, Lomita, Santa Monica, Marina del Rey, Culver City.

« Anyone who become pregnant deserves bodily autonomy, meaningful support, and full access to quality health services »