DOULA SERVICES

We provide Full Spectrum Birth Doula Services, Full Support Postpartum Doula Services, a variety of Childbirth Education Courses, Workshops and speciality services related to birth like placenta encapsulation, prenatal fitness and prenatal fitness. Based in Jacksonville, all services can be provided virtually.

Meet the MUMDA team

OUR MISSION

Mumda’s mission and passion, is to provide support and education to families, so they feel empowered and knowledgeable to make choices with their pregnancy, birth, post partum, and family’s needs and desires.

SEE WHAT CLIENTS HAVE TO SAY ABOUT MUMDA

Mumda is a great organization. They provide wonderful services to expecting mommies and new mommies! I took the hypnobirthing class they offer and had a great experience! My birthing experience was everything I wished it would be, and I can proudly say my lil guy was born quickly, smoothly, healthy, alert, and happy using absolutely no medication or medical intervention! I had no difficulties or complications during labor, delivery, or postnatal….

Sandra Anthony

I am so thankful that I was told about this organization!! The staff truly helped me to have a great pregnancy and I couldn’t imagine giving birth to my baby girl without the doulas support. Mumda introduced me to my doctor because they knew I was not completely satisfied with the care from the doctor I was seeing at that time. The classes that i took were very informative and helpful….

Cristen Dumas

What a blessing Mumda has been to our family! I highly recommend this organization for whatever your birthing plans are. Our doulas Brittany & Caroline were a tremendous support. I received lots of great information to help me make informed decisions and received support before, during, and after delivery. I was able to achieve a successful VBAC and we are forever grateful for such a beautiful experience!! Thank you!!

Myriam Lynn

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#repost Doula @thatbirthdoulaa ❤️✨
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Pandemic Pregnancy // Doula Tips ↓ ↓ ↓
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Birthing during a pandemic, just thought I’d share some helpful tips to consider during this time.
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✨ PROVIDER + PLACE OF BIRTH! This is equally important even if there wasn’t a pandemic of course but even more now more than ever. Finding a provider who supports a natural birth ( not unmedicated, I mean someone who honors the flow of letting birth happen ) doing so decreases the chances of interventions when not medically necessary. I always suggest choosing a midwife if possible, ( I’ll be listing some midwife benefits in my stories today ) Find a hospital that is allowing partner + doula! Unfortunately during this time doulas have been limited when supporting there clients in a hospital setting. Again, this would be a benefit of a midwife. Birth centers and homebirths dont have restrictions like hospital settings do at the moment.
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✨ HIRE A DOULA! Doulas support you doing your pregnancy by providing resources, tips, education, birth plans, preparing partner, addressing fears and concerns. When birth happens, we utilize our knowledge by providing you with evidence based information when a provider or nurse suggests something in regards to your care, positioning ( even with an epidural, we pull out all the tricks to make sure baby is able to rotate through the pelvis ) as well as providing comfort, a women in labor should look like a goddess. . we are massaging, nourishing, holding, encouraging you along the way. Continuous support from a doula decreases the chance of pain medications, interventions and cesareans. Which leads to overall better birth satisfaction!
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✨ LABOR AT HOME! ( better yet, birth at home ) no but seriously laboring at home until active labor is a great way to labor. Why? well for one your in the comfort of your home and neighborhood. Instead of walking halls, walk your neighborhood! Instead of leaning on a hospital bed, lean on that comfy couch of yours, or your bed etc. . but overall laboring at home can help avoid a lot of exposure in the hospital setting. Getting to the hospital just prior to birthing your baby me
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#repost Doula @thatbirthdoulaa ❤️✨ ・・・ Pandemic Pregnancy // Doula Tips ↓ ↓ ↓ - Birthing during a pandemic, just thought I’d share some helpful tips to consider during this time. - ✨ PROVIDER + PLACE OF BIRTH! This is equally important even if there wasn’t a pandemic of course but even more now more than ever. Finding a provider who supports a natural birth ( not unmedicated, I mean someone who honors the flow of letting birth happen ) doing so decreases the chances of interventions when not medically necessary. I always suggest choosing a midwife if possible, ( I’ll be listing some midwife benefits in my stories today ) Find a hospital that is allowing partner + doula! Unfortunately during this time doulas have been limited when supporting there clients in a hospital setting. Again, this would be a benefit of a midwife. Birth centers and homebirths dont have restrictions like hospital settings do at the moment. - ✨ HIRE A DOULA! Doulas support you doing your pregnancy by providing resources, tips, education, birth plans, preparing partner, addressing fears and concerns. When birth happens, we utilize our knowledge by providing you with evidence based information when a provider or nurse suggests something in regards to your care, positioning ( even with an epidural, we pull out all the tricks to make sure baby is able to rotate through the pelvis ) as well as providing comfort, a women in labor should look like a goddess. . we are massaging, nourishing, holding, encouraging you along the way. Continuous support from a doula decreases the chance of pain medications, interventions and cesareans. Which leads to overall better birth satisfaction! - ✨ LABOR AT HOME! ( better yet, birth at home ) no but seriously laboring at home until active labor is a great way to labor. Why? well for one your in the comfort of your home and neighborhood. Instead of walking halls, walk your neighborhood! Instead of leaning on a hospital bed, lean on that comfy couch of yours, or your bed etc. . but overall laboring at home can help avoid a lot of exposure in the hospital setting. Getting to the hospital just prior to birthing your baby me . #pregnancy #doulas #doula ##jaxdoula