When women put their minds together, powerful results come into being. Founded in 2010 by an inspiring group of women. Mumda has purposefully evolved into a place where women can come and find solitude and support from us. Mumda is a tribe of women that educate, advocate, protect and hold space for one another and our clients. Honoring and keeping birth as a sacred passage for each woman. 

At Mumda we pride ourselves in selecting the best doulas for our team. There is truly a doula for every woman. We reflect that in our doulas. Our doulas are diverse and passionate , having obtained cross trainings and certifications related to our field. Our doulas are prepared, educated and experienced  in every area in our scope of practice. 

It is our saying that In hiring one of our doulas you are hiring the whole mumda team, in that we support and back each other , while preserving the intimate  client/ doula relationship. This is how we are able truly provide a full spectrum of doula services and support. That include but are not limited to hospital births, home births, birth center births, postpartum women, high risk pregnancies, conscious C-sections, births with multiples, still birth, miscarriage, adoptions, IVF, VBAC’s, HBAC’s, sterilization and any way a women may need support in her reproductive years. We have a doula for you on our team.

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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