Birth is a beautiful reminder that we are made in the likeness and image of our Creator. The joy and excitement that fills a room when a child takes their first breath is remarkable!
My interest sparked when I attended the birth of my godson and witnessed the lack of support available to his mother during her labor and delivery. As bad as I desired to assist, I was unsure of what to do and how much I was allowed to do.
From that moment I decided to educate myself in the area of childbirth, be used as an instrument of support and serve in the capacity of a labor assistant…here I am today!
My purpose is to aid women through labor using techniques such as massage, positive positioning, encouragement, and a nurturing touch. ~Doula Natasha
I am a DONA International certified labor doula with over 10 years of labor assisting experience, and also a certified traditional postpartum birthworker specializing in holistic healing by way of Morocco. I offer emotional, physical, and spiritual support during labor, birth, and the postpartum trimester. My hope is that you are not left with unanswered questions and regrets about your birth experience or your postpartum period, therefore I present you with information that will guide you to make knowledgeable choices as it concerns your labor, delivery and beyond.
As your Doula I am able to assist you as much as you allow me to. Keep in mind that I am not here to replace your support system, but to compliment them so you may have a more comfortable and even pleasurable birth and postpartum experience.
I look forward to journeying through this season with you!
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We are so thankful for Beloved Bellies! In the course of a high-risk pregnancy, Natasha was there for us every step of the way. Whether it was a nervous breakdown, shopping, or organizing the house, Natasha held my hand. Most people don’t think of Doulas when it comes to a C-Section, but Natasha’s role didn’t waiver. At 4:30 in the morning, she met me at the hospital and was there long after our daughter was born and provided much needed breastfeeding support. Natasha was an Angel sent from God to be there for our family during a very scary, yet special time.