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We all need some TLC and Mothering the new mother

We have become a society who values productivity more than caring for ourselves. Nature and community are a part of ourselves that we need to bring into our space. Our heart space. Massage and bodywork should be something we use to keep our bodies feeling good.


It's only recently that communities don't come together after the birth of a baby to rally around the mother and treat her as queen, celebrating the arrival of a child, and allowing her to rest, recuperate, and prepare her for motherhood. Too often new mothers are encouraged to "bounce back" when in reality, it's better for the long-term health and wellbeing for the mother and family for her to spend time during the 4th trimester to feel blissful and cared for.

All About HeartSpace Life 111

Right before the birth of my first baby over 16 years ago, I graduated from massage school and I haven't stopped learning about health and healthy living.

As a mother of four wonderful kids, I have learned through my postpartum periods that it's vital to take the time to rest and recover from the demands of childbirth. Support after having a baby is important but it's much better to have someone there who allows you space to breathe, BUT MORE IMPORTANTLY, it sets up the family for success and the physical, mental, and emotional health of the mother for decades. 


Many parents spend months on preparing for birth but what about afterwards? You have this tiny baby you worked so hard to get here so now what?

Hi, I'm Stacy; your postpartum doula and guru for natural things. Let me help. I'll take care of the dishes and laundry. I'll listen as you process your birth experience. I'll take the kids while you get in a shower and nap. Let me prepare a nourishing meal for the family before I go. I will do my best to help you feel seen, supported, and valued.

To learn more about me and the services that I offer, please get in touch.

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